12 May Surface-groundwater interaction in the Kabul region basin
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|Authors||PhD candidate Najibullah Sadid|
|Theme||Natural Resource Management|
|Date of Publication||May 12, 2020|
Groundwater—the main water supply source for Kabul residents has been extensively exploited in the past 2 decades, causing large drawdowns. On average, groundwater level decrease is observed to be about 1m per year, with maximum drawdowns near central Kabul sub-basin boundaries of about 30 m in just 14 years. Large imbalance between groundwater extraction and groundwater recharge is the main reason for these unprecedented groundwater drawdowns in the central Kabul sub-basin.