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All Topics | Topic "Groundwater Inflows and Outflows"
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Ms. naouel dali

Subject: Groundwater Inflows and Outflows   
Posted: 3/31/2018 Viewed: 3606 times
Please, I have a question:
For what on the graph "Groundwater Inflows and Outflows" outflows are more important for dry water year type than wet water year type, despite that I do not change anything in the application sites?
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: Groundwater Inflows and Outflows   
Posted: 4/16/2018 Viewed: 3590 times
Hi Naouel,

If you have other supplies in the systems that are affected by dry water year types, then the groundwater flows will be larger to compensate for the diminished supply elsewhere, assuming that demand is still the same.
Topic "Groundwater Inflows and Outflows"