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Table 3 Data for groundwater recharge rate study

From: Groundwater recharge rates and surface runoff response to land use and land cover changes in semi-arid environments

Author Soil texture Aridity index Location of study area Period of study (years) Latitude Longitude Method used Precipitation (mm/year) Potential evaporation (mm/year)a Type of natural vegetation Type of vegetation after change
Huang et al. (2013)   0.497 Hequan, Guyan, China 130 35.9 106.25 Muttiple tracers (chloride mass balance, stable isotopes, tritium and water chemistry) 450 906 Grassland Winter wheat
Huang and Pang (2010)   0.481 Guyuan, China 100 30.1 104 Chloride-mass balance 500 1040 Grassland Winter wheat
Huang and Pang (2010)   0.501 Xifeng Loess Plain, China 7 30.1 104.5 Chloride-mass balance 523 1044 Winter wheat Apple
Allison et al. (1990) Sand 0.213 Western Murray Basin, Australia   −34.3 139.6 Groundwater model 300 1245 Mallee Cropland
Allison et al. (1990) Sandy loam 0.262 Western Murray Basin, Australia   −35.1 140.3 Groundwater model 370 1346 Mallee Cropland
Allison and Hughes (1972)   0.631 Western Murray Basin, Australia   −37.8 140.8 Tritium method 686 1132 Mallee Grassland
Allison and Hughes (1983)   0.236 South Australia   −35.1 142.1 Chloride method 335 1379 Mallee Wheat cropland
Scanlon et al. (2005)   0.331 High plains (HP1) in South High Plains, the USA   32.9 −102.1 Matric potential, environmental tracers and water table fluctuations and trends in groundwater solutes 500 1670 Creosote bush and saltbush Alfalfa
Scanlon et al. (2005)   0.291 High plains (HP 2) in South High Plains, the USA   32.9 −102.1 Matric potential, environmental tracers and water table fluctuations and trends in groundwater solutes 440 1670 Creosote bush and saltbush Alfalfa
Scanlon et al. (2005)   0.302 High plains (HP 3) in South High Plains, the USA   32.9 −102.1 Matric potential, environmental tracers and water table fluctuations and trends in groundwater solutes 457 1670 Creosote bush and saltbush Alfalfa
Santoni et al. 2010 Sandy loam 0.350 Central Argentina > 30 years −33.6 −65.8 Residual moisture flux (RMF) and chloride front displacement (CFD) 518 1371 Dry forest Crops (dryland agriculture)
Santoni et al. (2010) Sandy loam 0.368 Central Argentina > 30 years −33.5 −65.8 Residual moisture flux (RMF) and chloride front displacement (CFD) 542 1371 Dry forest Crops (dryland agriculture)
Santoni et al. (2010) Sandy loam 0.370 Central Argentina > 30 years −33.4 −65.9 Residual moisture flux (RMF) and chloride front displacement (CFD) 538 1383 Dry forest Crops (dryland agriculture)
Santoni et al. (2010) Sandy loam 0.295 Central Argentina > 30 years −33.4 −66.5 Residual moisture flux (RMF) and chloride front displacement (CFD) 447 1383 Dry forest Crops (dryland agriculture)
Leduc et al. (2001)   0.266 Southwest Niger   13.6 2.6   557   Natural bush Crops
Lebel et al. (2009)    Niamey (Southwest Niger) 1990–2009 2.5 14.7   520   Grassland Millet
Allison et al. (1983) Sand 0.263    −35.11 140 Cores of material in the saturated zone were taken from depths of from 9 to 15 m beneath native and cropped land. Analyses made of water content and chloride, stable isotopes, and tritium. 335 1379 Eucalyptus scrub (mallee) Cropped wheat-fallow
Allison et al. (1985)   0.217 Murray Basin, South Australia     Chloride mass balance and tritium dating 300 1374 Native mallee vegetation Poorly developed pasture cleared in the 1930s
Holmes and Colville (1970a, 1970b)   0.288 Karstic region of southern Australia      632   Plantation forest of Monterey pine Grassland
Gee et al. (1992) Sand 0.153 200 East 1971–1985 change 1988–1989 46.6 −119.4 Lysimeter 168 1083 Tumbleweed Bare
Cook et al. (1994) Sand 0.187 Borrika (BUF 18) 60 −35.1 140.1 Chloride method 340 1800 Eucalyptus Grassland
Cook et al. (1994) Sand 0.245 Borrika (BUF 15)   −35.1 140.1 Chloride method 340 1800 Eucalyptus Grassland
Cook et al. (1994) Sand 0.245 Borrika (BEM 35)   −34.3 139.6 Chloride method 340 1800 Eucalyptus Grassland
Cook et al. (1994) Sand 0.245 Borrika (BEM 28)   −35.1 140.1 Chloride method 340 1800 Eucalyptus Grassland
Cook et al. (1994) Sand 0.245 Borrika (BRC 02)   −35.1 140.1 Chloride method 340 1800 Eucalyptus Grassland
Cook et al. (1994) Sand 0.245 Borrika (TATIARA)   −35.1 140.1 Chloride method 340 1800 Eucalyptus Grassland
Cook et al. (1994) Sand 0.245 Borrika (BINNUM)   −35.1 140.1 Chloride method 340 1800 Eucalyptus Grassland
Cook et al. (1994) Sand 0.245 Borrika (JOANNA)   −35.1 140.1 Chloride method 340 1800 Eucalyptus Grassland
Cook et al. (1989) Loam 0.216    −34.6 142.8 Chloride method and electromagnetic techniques 312 1800 Eucalyptus Cropland
Cook et al. (1989) Loam 0.223    −34.6 143.6 Chloride method and electromagnetic techniques 322 1800 Eucalyptus Cropland
Cook et al. (1989) Sand 0.244    −35.1 140.1 Chloride method and electromagnetic techniques 340 1800 Eucalyptus Grassland
Cook et al. (1989) Sand 0.245    −35.1 140.1 Chloride method and electromagnetic techniques 340 1800 Eucalyptus Grassland
Radford et al. (2009) Clay 0.363 Central Queensland, northern Australia (Baralaba)   −24.3 149.8 Chloride method 632 1548 Woodland Cropland
Radford et al. (2009) Clay 0.345 Central Queensland, northern Australia (Capella)   −23.1 148.1 Chloride method 597 1638 Woodland Cropland
Radford et al. (2009) Clay 0.345 Central Queensland, northern Australia (Dysart)   −22.9 148.9 Chloride method 580 1621 Woodland Cropland
Radford et al. (2009) Clay 0.342 Central Queensland, northern Australia (Gindie)   −23.9 148.4 Chloride method 600 1596 Woodland Cropland
Radford et al. (2009) Clay 0.379 Central Queensland, northern Australia (Jambin)   −24.3 150.4 Chloride method 639 1548 Woodland Cropland
Radford et al. (2009) Clay 0.408 Central Queensland, northern Australia (Theodore)   −24.8 150.1 Chloride method 700 1502 Woodland Cropland
Radford et al. (2009) Clay 0.400 Central Queensland, northern Australia (Wowan)   −23.9 150.3 Chloride method 659 1600 Woodland Cropland
Huang and Gallichand (2006) Loam 0.273    35.3 107.8 Simulation model Simultaneous heat and water transfer (SHAW) 545 810 Winter wheat Orchard
Kesse et al. (2005) Sand 0.162 El Paso 30 32.5 −105.3 Simulation 224 2087 Bare Shrubs/brush
Keese et al. (2005) Sand 0.276 CPA 30 −32.4 −104.9 Simulation 380 2169 Bare Shrubs/brush
Kesse et al. (2005) Sand 0.247 Midland 30 −32.5 −102.5 1-D simulation using UNSAT-H 380 2169 Bare Shrubs/brush
Kesse et al. (2005) Sand 0.329 Lubbock 30 34 −102.5 1-D simulation using UNSAT-H 474 2034 Bare Crops
Kesse et al. (2005) Sand 0.363 Carson 30 35 −102.5 1-D simulation using UNSAT-H 497 2096 Bare Crops
Kesse et al. (2005) Sand 0.411 Fisher/Jones 30 33 −100 1-D simulation using UNSAT-H 620 2132 Bare Trees
Kesse et al. (2005) Sand 0.491 Starr 30 26 −97 1-D simulation using UNSAT-H 671 1788 Bare Trees
Kesse et al. (2005) Sand 0.540 Bastrop 30 30 −97.5 1-D simulation using UNSAT-H 810 1732 Bare Grasses
Kesse et al. (2005) Sand 0.590 Parker 30 33.5 −98 1-D simulation using UNSAT-H 855 1819 Bare Trees and grasses
Kesse et al. (2005) Sand 0.625 Hopkins/Rains 30 33.8 −96 1-D simulation using UNSAT-H 855 1819 Bare trees and grasses
Kesse et al. (2005) Sand 0.623 Upshur/Gregg 30 33.5 −94 1-D simulation using UNSAT-H 855 1819 Bare Trees and grasses
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 T1 5 28.45 −99.18 Chloride method 604 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 T2 5 28.45 −99.18 Chloride method 604 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 T3 5 28.45 −99.18 Chloride method 604 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 T1 15 28.45 −99.18 Chloride method 604 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 T2 15 28.45 −99.18 Chloride method 604 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 T3 15 28.45 −99.18 Chloride method 604 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 Z1 30 28.43 −99.23 Chloride method 526 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 Z2 30 28.43 −99.23 Chloride method 526 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 Z3 30 28.43 −99.23 Chloride method 526 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 Z4 20 28.43 −99.23 Chloride method 526 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 Z5 20 28.43 −99.23 Chloride method 526 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 Z6 25 28.43 −99.23 Chloride method 526 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 Z7 30 28.43 −99.23 Chloride method 526 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 Z8 30 28.43 −99.23 Chloride method 526 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Moore et al. (2012) Sand 0.365 Z9 25 28.43 −99.23 Chloride method 526 1664 Woodland Rangeland
Leaney et al. (2003)   0.380 U1   28.43 −99.23 Chloride method 500 1664 Malle eucalyptus Crop
Leaney et al. (2003)   0.340 U2   −36.5 141.3 Chloride method 450 1664 Malle eucalyptus Rangeland
Leaney et al. (2003)   0.307 U3   −36.4 141.4 Chloride method 415 1664 Malle eucalyptus Rangeland
Leaney et al. (2003)   0.320 U4   −36.2 141.8 Chloride method 430 1664 Malle eucalyptus Crop
Leaney et al. (2003)   0.332 U5   −36.1 141.1 Chloride method 450 1664 Malle eucalyptus Crop
Leaney et al. (2003)   0.310 U6   −36 140.9 Chloride method 430 1664 Malle eucalyptus Crop
Leaney et al. (2003)   0.300 U7   −35.5 140.8 Chloride method 120 1664 Malle eucalyptus Crop
Leaney et al. (2003)   0.268 U8   −35.4 140.8 Chloride method 380 1664 Malle eucalyptus Crop
Leaney et al. (2003)   0.240 U9   −35 140.2 Chloride method 340 1664 Malle eucalyptus Crop
      −34.9 140.1 Chloride method     
  1. aObtained from global-PET database (Trabucco and Zomer 2009)