UK Hydrological Bulletin: February - April 2013

Marsh, Terry. 2013 UK Hydrological Bulletin: February - April 2013. Circulation - the Newsletter of the British Hydrological Society, 117. 12-14.

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The February–April period was dominated for long periods by winds from the northeast quadrant, resulting in very cold conditions with snow forming a significant component of precipitation totals across much of the country. The three months saw exceptionally wide variations in river flows, with widespread flood warnings at the beginning of February but depressed runoff rates in responsive rivers during March and substantial rainfall deficiencies in parts of Scotland. Nonetheless, the general water resources outlook was healthy entering April — in southern Britain a dramatic contrast with 12 months ago.

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UKCEH and CEH Sections/Science Areas: Boorman (to September 2014)
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