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Use of GIS and remote sensing in identifying recharge zones in an arid
Journal of Nepal Geological Society
A water balance model for the Roxo catchment in Portugal was developed based on ground data and satellite imageries. The model used the Thornthwaite-Mather method of analysing the recent (2001)(2002)(2003) climatological records. The amount of annual runoff from the catchment predicted by the model is 29 million m 3 , which is accumulated in the Roxo reservoir. Almost all the discharge is contributed by the direct runoff and the groundwater contribution is insignificant. However, there are somedoi:10.3126/jngs.v31i0.255 fatcat:eekfhs6xi5eu5p3g7645qjlrbq