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Characterization of present and possible future (wetter) climatic regimes utilizing the historical climatic record and an analogue technique in the southern Great Basin
AuthorLeffler, Peter M.
AdvisorCochran, Gilbert F.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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The historical climatic record and an analogue technique were used to characterize present and possible future (wetter) climatic regimes in the southern Great Basin. Results of this study provide useful climatic input data for a water balance model to determine effects of climatic variability upon recharge.
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