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Water, Volume 11, Issue 3 (March 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The environment is subject to natural and anthropogenic changes leading to an increase of imbalance [...] Read more. The environment is subject to natural and anthropogenic changes leading to an increase of imbalance between freshwater supply and needs for a growing population. So, providing efficient models to predict evolutions of water resources constitutes a major challenge for hydrological sciences. Here, we propose the use of a conceptual reservoir model dedicated to karstic groundwater flow simulation (KarstMod) coupled with a moving average over shifting horizon (MASH) analysis to assess the long-term trends in water storage. The proposed modelling approach could then be extended to assess the effect of climate change. View this paper.