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Ensembles of 1000 change factors for the 2050s under the medium (A1B) greenhouse gas emissions scenario

Groundwater level change factors (m) (Zipped Archive 2.51 MB)

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      Acknowledgement: Data owned by NERC — Centre for Ecology & Hydrology for i, ii iii and iv and British Geological Survey for iii and iv

      © Database Right/Copyright NERC — Centre for Ecology & Hydrology for i, ii iii and iv and British Geological Survey for iii and iv. All rights reserved.

      MORECS Monthly rainfall data © Crown Copyright 2005 Published by the Met Office.

      UKCP09 and HadRM3-PPE data © Crown Copyright 2009. The UK Climate Projections (UKCP09) have been made available by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and the Department of Climate Change (DECC) under licence from the Met Office, UK Climate Impacts Programme, British Atmospheric Data Centre, Newcastle University, University of East Anglia, Environment Agency, Tyndall Centre and Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory. These organisations give no warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy of the UKCP09 and do not accept any liability for loss or damage, which may arise from reliance upon the UKCP09 and any use of the UKCP09 is undertaken entirely at the users risk.

      Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown Copyright and Database Right.

    3. For use of the Data in scientific &/or academic publications, accepted scientific referencing conventions will apply as stated in Clause 6.4 and You will act reasonably in carrying out such referencing.
    4. The Licensee will ensure that citation of the following publication for this dataset is included in full:

      For Future Flows Climate: Prudhomme, C, Dadson, S, Morris, D, Williamson, J, Goodsell, G, Crooks, S, Boelee, L, Davies, H, Buys, G, Lafon, T. 2012. 'Future Flows Climate', http://dx.doi.org/10.5285/bad1514f-119e-44a4-8e1e-442735bb9797

      For Future Flows Hydrology: Haxton, T, Crooks, S, Jackson, C R, Barkwith, A K A P, Kelvin, J, Williamson, J, Mackay, J D, Davies, H, Young, A, Prudhomme, C. 2012. 'Future Flows Hydrology', http://dx.doi.org/10.5285/f3723162-4fed-4d9d-92c6-dd17412fa37b

    5. The development of the Data was an integral part of the project 'Future Flows and Groundwater Levels' (SC090016) which was funded and steered by a partnership of government bodies and Industry led by the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology representing the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and the Environment Agency for England and Wales. The other funding partners were: the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), the UK Water Research Industry (UKWIR), the British Geology Survey (BGS) and Wallingford HydroSolutions (WHS).
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