Recent hydrological variability and flood events in Moroccan Middle-Atlas mountains : micro-scale investigation of lacustrine sediments

Abstract : Since the 1990s, the Mediterranean basin undergoes an increase in extreme precipitation events and droughts likely to intensify in the XXI century (IPCC, 2013). Regional climate models indicate a strengthening of flood episodes at the end of the XXI century in Morocco (Tramblay et al, 2012). To understand the recent hydrological variability in North Africa, our study focuses on geochemical and microsedimentological analysis of a short sedimentary sequence from Azigza lake (Fig. 1; 2). This endoreic lake is located in the Middle Atlas karst system.
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Guillaume Jouve, L. Vidal, Rachid Adallal, E. Bard, Abdel Benkaddour, et al.. Recent hydrological variability and flood events in Moroccan Middle-Atlas mountains : micro-scale investigation of lacustrine sediments. European Geosciences Union, Apr 2016, Vienne, Hungary. ⟨hal-01875548⟩

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