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Wada 2016

Wada, Y., 2016: Impacts of groundwater pumping on regional and global water resources. In Terrestrial Water Cycle and Climate Change: Natural and Human-Induced Impacts. Q. Tang and T. Oki, Eds., AGU Geophysical Monograph 221. American Geophysical Union/John Wiley & Sons, pp. 71-101, doi:10.1002/9781118971772.ch5.

Except frozen water in ice and glaciers (68%), groundwater is the world's largest distributed store of freshwater (30%), and has strategic importance to global food and water security. In this chapter, the most recent advances assessing human impact on regional and global groundwater resources are reviewed. This chapter critically evaluates the recently advanced modeling approaches quantifying the effect of groundwater pumping in regional and global groundwater resources and the evidence of feedback to the Earth system including sea-level rise associated with groundwater use. At last, critical challenges and opportunities are identified in the use of groundwater to adapt to growing food demand and uncertain climate.

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BibTeX Citation

@inbook{wa07600p,
  author={Wada, Y.},
  editor={Tang, Q. and Oki, T.},
  title={Impacts of groundwater pumping on regional and global water resources},
  booktitle={Terrestrial Water Cycle and Climate Change: Natural and Human-Induced Impacts},
  year={2016},
  pages={71--101},
  publisher={American Geophysical Union/John Wiley & Sons},
  address={Hoboken, N.J.},
  series={AGU Geophysical Monograph 221},
  doi={10.1002/9781118971772.ch5},
}

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RIS Citation

TY  - CHAP
ID  - wa07600p
AU  - Wada, Y.
ED  - Tang, Q.
ED  - Oki, T.
PY  - 2016
TI  - Impacts of groundwater pumping on regional and global water resources
BT  - Terrestrial Water Cycle and Climate Change: Natural and Human-Induced Impacts
T3  - AGU Geophysical Monograph 221
SP  - 71
EP  - 101
DO  - 10.1002/9781118971772.ch5
PB  - American Geophysical Union/John Wiley & Sons
CY  - Hoboken, N.J.
ER  -

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