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Emily Groundwater
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June 2015 overview
Groundwater levels, June 2015 Overall, June was dry, especially in parts of south-east England, and sunnier than average. With dry conditions over the main outcrop areas, particularly in the far south-east, and some notably warm spells later in the month, b...
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May 2015 overview
Recessions in groundwater levels continued during
May, despite the wet conditions over much of the UK. Soil moisture deficits (SMDs) have become established in south-eastern areas,
meaning rainfall is taken up by the soil rather than
recharging aquifers.  G...
Recessions in groundwater levels continued during May, despite the wet conditions over much of the UK. Soil moisture deficits (SMDs) have become established in south-eastern areas, meaning rainfall is taken up by the soil rat...
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April 2015 overview
Groundwater levels, April 2015 With little rainfall and some very warm weather, soil moisture deficits (SMDs) climbed steeply through April and, by month end, were
substantially above average across the main aquifer areas
(SMDs were double the typical end-o...
Groundwater levels, April 2015 With little rainfall and some very warm weather, soil moisture deficits (SMDs) climbed steeply through April and, by month end, were substantially above average across the main aquifer areas (SM...
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March 2015 overview
Groundwater levels, March 2015 With dry conditions prevailing across southern and eastern England during March, soil moisture deficits (SMDs) began to develop across the Chalk outcrop. Groundwater levels in index boreholes generally fell in March and, with ...
Groundwater levels, March 2015 With dry conditions prevailing across southern and eastern England during March, soil moisture deficits (SMDs) began to develop across the Chalk outcrop. Groundwater levels in index boreholes ge...
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Hydrological Outlook from August 2014
The latest Hydrological Outlook  states that the groundwater levels in August will generally be unaffected by the amount of rainfall we have.  This is because large soil moisture deficits have built up over the summer and rainfall will not reach the water t...
The latest Hydrological Outlook states that the groundwater levels in August will generally be unaffected by the amount of rainfall we have.  This is because large soil moisture deficits have built up over the summer and rain...
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Groundwater outlook - from July 2014
Hydrological Outlook from July 2014 At this time of year, significant groundwater recharge is unlikely and groundwater levels are not strongly influenced by variations in rainfall.  Levels are expected to fall during the next three months along a similar tr...
Hydrological Outlook from July 2014 At this time of year, significant groundwater recharge is unlikely and groundwater levels are not strongly influenced by variations in rainfall.  Levels are expected to fall during the next...
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Hydrological Outlook from July 2015
The latest  Hydrological Outlook  is available. Hydrological Outlook for July 2015 The latest predictions for UK precipitation favour near- or below-average rainfall during
July and for July-August-September as a whole. Groundwater levels in June exhibited ...
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Hydrological Outlook from June 2015
The latest  Hydrological Outlook  is available. In the Chalk, May groundwater levels were mainly normal in the south-east, but levels were below normal (and notably low in some boreholes) in parts of southern England and Yorkshire.  Levels were mixed in oth...
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Hydrological Outlook from May 2015
The latest  Hydrological Outlook  is available! Normal groundwater levels were widespread across the Chalk in April, but with below-normal levels in north-east England and Wessex contrasting with above-normal levels at a few boreholes in the south-east. Gro...
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Hydrological Outlook from April 2015
The latest  Hydrological Outlook  is available! In March, normal groundwater levels were widespread across the Chalk, but with below-normal levels in north-east England and above-normal levels in the far south-east. Levels were variable in other aquifers, w...
The latest Hydrological Outlook is available! In March, normal groundwater levels were widespread across the Chalk, but with below-normal levels in north-east England and above-normal levels in the far south-east. Levels wer...
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July 2014 overview
Groundwater levels, July 2014 July was a pleasant summer month over most of the UK.  The rainfall total was slightly below average, but the distribution varied significantly.  Thunderstorms brought downpours to areas of the Midlands, the south-east and East...
Groundwater levels, July 2014 July was a pleasant summer month over most of the UK.  The rainfall total was slightly below average, but the distribution varied significantly.  Thunderstorms brought downpours to areas of the M...
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June 2014 overview
Groundwater levels, June 2014 Groundwater levels normally fall in the summer months.  Recharge is limited as most of the rain that falls is captured by dry soils and used by growing plants. Groundwater drains naturally from aquifers towards rivers and the s...
Groundwater levels, June 2014 Groundwater levels normally fall in the summer months.  Recharge is limited as most of the rain that falls is captured by dry soils and used by growing plants. Groundwater drains naturally from a...
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