UK Hydrological Summary March 2015

The March 2015 Hydrological Summary for the United Kingdom (jointly prepared by the CEH and BGS) has been published. Southern and eastern England were notably dry, particularly in parts of Sussex and Hampshire, and soil moisture deficits began to develop across the Chalk outcrop. Significant aquifer recharge is unlikely (unless exceptional rainfall is received) as groundwater levels are likely to continue their normal seasonal recessions from now until the autumn. The summary can be downloaded from the following website.



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