Effects of sea level rise and climate change on groundwater salinity and agrohydrology in a low coastal region of the Netherlands

J. Postma, L.C.P.M. Stuyt, P. Kabat

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    Abstract

    The effect of a sea level rise of 1.2 m in one hundred years on the intensity and salinity of seepage was simulated with the MOC model for a vertical, two-dimensional cross section (25 km x 200 m) of Voorne-Putten perpendicular to the North Sea coast.No significant effect was found on this time-scale. The effect of increased atmospheric CO2 levels, a rise in temperature by 1 °C, and a corresponding increase in precipitation on crop production and water use was simulated using the saturated/unsaturated groundwater, solute transport and crop growth model SWAP. An increase in production and water use was found.
    Original languageUndefined/Unknown
    Place of PublicationWageningen
    PublisherSC-DLO
    Number of pages101
    Publication statusPublished - 1996

    Publication series

    NameReport
    No.89

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