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Title: Climate Change Impact in a Shallow Coastal Mediterranean Aquifer, at Saïdia, Morocco
Authors: Carneiro, Júlio
Boughriba, Mimoun
Correia, Antonio
Zarhloule, Yassine
Rimi, Abdelkrim
El Houadi, Boubker
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Organizing Committee of the 20th SWIM
Abstract: A density dependent numerical flow model was applied to study the climate change impact in an unconfined shallow aquifer in the Mediterranean coast of Morocco. The stresses imposed to the model were derived from the IPCC emission scenarios and included recharge variations, rising sea level and advancing seashore. The simulations show that there will be a significant decline in the renewable freshwater resources and that salinity increases can be quite large but are limited to a restricted area.
Type: article
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