Tunde Olarinoye

Tunde Olarinoye
University of Freiburg | Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg · Hydrological modeling and water resources

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Analysis of karst spring recession hydrographs is essential for determining hydraulic parameters, geometric characteristics and transfer mechanisms that describe the dynamic nature of karst aquifer systems. The extraction and separation of different fast and slow flow components constituting karst spring recession hydrograph typically involve manua...
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Comprehensive management of karst water resources requires sufficient understanding of their dynamics and karst-specific modeling tools. However, the limited availability of observations of karstic groundwater dynamics has been prohibiting the assessment of karst water resources at regional to global scales. This paper presents the first global eff...
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We combine satellite imagery, urban growth modelling, groundwater modelling and hydrogeological field expeditions to estimate the potential impacts in 2050 of rapid urbanization and climate change on groundwater in Arusha, Tanzania, and by extension similar areas in Sub-Saharan Africa. Our analysis suggests that a reduction of groundwater recharge...
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Substantial changes of climate and land use are projected in many karst regions in the world for the next decades. Despite these projections, only few studies have been performed to quantify the impact of climate change and land use change on karst water resources. This is mainly due to a lack of observations of the karstic recharge and groundwater...
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Karst aquifers provide drinking water for 10% of the world’s population, support agriculture, groundwater-dependent activities, and ecosystems. These aquifers are characterised by complex groundwater-flow systems, hence, they are extremely vulnerable and protecting them requires an in-depth understanding of the systems. Poor data accessibility has...
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The hydrodynamics of karst aquifer depend largely on its strong heterogeneity which controls the flow signal of karstic springs. While there is much research in karst hydrology that focusses on local and catchment scales, comparative knowledge about the hydrodynamic behaviour of karst systems in different regions of the world and the understanding...
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Maputo and its surrounding area experienced a significant increase in population since the 1990’s which has intensified groundwater exploitation of the coastal aquifer system. Groundwater presents locally high salinity and seawater intrusion is recognized as one of the contributing factors. Regional groundwater samples were collected, analysed and...

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