Aquifer Models

These models and simulations have been tagged “Aquifer”.

•Dry
Period Case

 –
25 years of historical dry period on record (1947-1973)-including drought of
record (1947-1956) 

 –Represents
the dry period case 

 –Future
dry cycle includes dry cycle of AMO and overlay of IPCC climate change
predictions 
•Dry Period Case
– 25 years of historical dry period on record (1947-1973)-including drought of record (1947-1956)
–Represents the dry period case
–Future dry cycle includes dry cycle of AMO and overlay of IPCC climate change predictions 
•Average
(Status Quo) Case

 –Last
30 years of historical EAA data  

 –Used
the past to predict the future 

 –Represents
the status quo case 

 –Includes
the dry portion  and wet portion of AMO
cycle
•Average (Status Quo) Case
–Last 30 years of historical EAA data
–Used the past to predict the future
–Represents the status quo case
–Includes the dry portion  and wet portion of AMO cycle
•Dry
Period Case

 –
25 years of historical dry period on record (1947-1973)-including drought of
record (1947-1956) 

 –Represents
the dry period case 

 –Future
dry cycle includes dry cycle of AMO and overlay of IPCC climate change
predictions 
•Dry Period Case
– 25 years of historical dry period on record (1947-1973)-including drought of record (1947-1956)
–Represents the dry period case
–Future dry cycle includes dry cycle of AMO and overlay of IPCC climate change predictions 
•Average
(Status Quo) Case

 –Last
30 years of historical EAA data  

 –Used
the past to predict the future 

 –Represents
the status quo case 

 –Includes
the dry portion  and wet portion of AMO
cycle
•Average (Status Quo) Case
–Last 30 years of historical EAA data
–Used the past to predict the future
–Represents the status quo case
–Includes the dry portion  and wet portion of AMO cycle
•Wet
Period Case

 –30
years of historical wet period on record (1974-2004)-including wettest years on
record 1974-1983. 

 –Represents
the wet period case 

 –Corresponds
to wet cycle of AMO
•Wet Period Case
–30 years of historical wet period on record (1974-2004)-including wettest years on record 1974-1983.
–Represents the wet period case
–Corresponds to wet cycle of AMO