Climate, Water, and Anthropogenic Nexus

Climate, Water, and Anthropogenic Nexus

Processes on Earth are always interconnected which necessitates the need to integrate the different systems and processes together.  Our research focuses on analyzing and evaluating the impacts of anthropogenic and climatic perturbations on the water cycle.

Projects & Research

 

Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Modern Recharge in the Eastern Desert and Sinai Peninsula of Egypt: http://wrrs.uga.edu/egypt-climate-change/

Understanding the Relative Impacts of Natural Processes and Human Activities on the Hydrology of the Central Rift Valley Lakes, East Africa: http://wrrs.uga.edu/crv/

Paleoclimate Record in the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt: http://wrrs.uga.edu/paleo-record-egypt/

Assessment of the Vulnerabilities of the Nubian Sandstone Fossil Aquifer, North Africa: http://wrrs.uga.edu/nubian-aquifer-vulnerabilities/

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