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Fluctuation of Groundwater Levels and Recharge Patterns in Northern Ghana
Evaluating groundwater levels and recharge patterns is part of sustainably managing the water supply and predicting the possibility of water shortages, especially in light of climate change, extreme events (floods/droughts), increasing population and development. In the northern region of Ghana, groundwater is increasingly relied upon as a source of potable water for rural populations, but seasonal and inter-annual fluctuations of groundwater levels and recharge patterns are not always known.doi:10.3390/cli3010001 fatcat:vnelhlvsunbjnaaopmux3redtu