Ponds and climate, the geographical ascendancy relationship (“La Brenne” case study, France)

Abstract : The climate influences markedly the volume of water ponds and lakes. However, the role and the influence of "small" water areas, and areas of ponds on the local climate remain poorly understood. Scientific studies for the Great Lakes have been made. Moreover, scientific studies on «small» water areas and areas of ponds do not exist until today. A first approach to study the area of ponds of “La Brenne” (Central Region, France) was performed. The monthly climate data from some meteorological stations, with the reference station of “Issoudun”, located away from areas of ponds, were the basis of our analysis. The study focuses on the most representative climatic parameters. These are the temperature, precipitation and relative humidity. This first approach is used to distinguish and clarify the most important cases and relevant parameters in order to achieve a typology of criteria. Our results will be used for further study and quantify the real influence of "small" water areas and areas of ponds on the elements of the local climate.
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Abdelhamid Azaroual, Pascal Bartout, Laurent Touchart. Ponds and climate, the geographical ascendancy relationship (“La Brenne” case study, France). The International Conference Air and Water - Components of the environment, Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai și Administrația Bazinală de Apă Someș-Tisa, Mar 2012, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. pp.227-235. ⟨hal-02096833⟩

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