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Hydrological modelling of a small lake – implications for palaeohydrology

Palaeohydrological studies on closed-lakes (lakes without an outflowing river) make a lot of sense. I did my PhD on this type of system in Ethiopia. When the precipitation/evaporation ratio is high, lake level is high and salinity is low, and … Continue reading

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