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Journal of Water and Climate Change (2020) 11 (1): 303–326.
Date Online: 05 July 2018
...N. S. Abeysingha; Adlul Islam; Man Singh Abstract Climate change impact on flow regimes in the Gomti River basin, India was studied using the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) driven by climate change scenarios generated from multiple general circulation model (GCM) projections. The SWAT-CUP...
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Published: 28 May 2020
Figure 7 Rate of change in drought risk under climate change determined using reference and future hydrological drought return periods. Future return periods determined from nine climate models for 2058-2100: 1- RCA4- CanESM2; 2- RCA4- CNRM-CM5; 3- RCA4- CSIRO-MK3; 4- RCA4- IPSL-CM5A; 5- RCA4 More
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Published: 28 May 2020
Figure 7 Rate of change in drought risk under climate change determined using reference and future hydrological drought return periods. Future return periods determined from nine climate models for 2058-2100: 1- RCA4- CanESM2; 2- RCA4- CNRM-CM5; 3- RCA4- CSIRO-MK3; 4- RCA4- IPSL-CM5A; 5- RCA4 More
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Published: 28 May 2020
Figure 7 Rate of change in drought risk under climate change determined using reference and future hydrological drought return periods. Future return periods determined from nine climate models for 2058-2100: 1- RCA4- CanESM2; 2- RCA4- CNRM-CM5; 3- RCA4- CSIRO-MK3; 4- RCA4- IPSL-CM5A; 5- RCA4 More
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Journal of Water and Climate Change (2020) 11 (S1): 289–309.
Date Online: 13 October 2020
...Hrachuhi Galstyan; Shamshad Khan; Hovik Sayadyan; Artur Sargsyan; Tatevik Safaryan Abstract The primary goal of the study is to analyze the spatial-temporal trends and distribution of flood events in the context of climate change in Armenia. For that purpose, some meteorological parameters...
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Journal of Water and Climate Change (2020) 11 (4): 1370–1382.
Date Online: 24 July 2019
...Asma Hanif; Ashwin Dhanasekar; Anthony Keene; Huishu Li; Kenneth Carlson Abstract Projected climate change impacts on the hydrological regime and corresponding flood risks were examined for the years 2030 (near-term) and 2050 (long-term), under representative concentration pathways (RCP) 4.5...
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Journal: Water Supply
Water Supply (2020) 20 (7): 2530–2546.
Date Online: 10 July 2020
...Mohammad Reza Goodarzi; Hamed Vagheei; Rabi H. Mohtar Abstract The interdependent fundamental systems, water and energy, face abundant challenges, one of which is climate change, which is expected to aggravate water and energy securities. The hydropower industry's benefits have led to its...
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Journal: Water Policy
Water Policy (2020) 22 (5): 717–732.
Date Online: 09 July 2020
...Maryam Jafroudi Abstract Climate change disrupts the water cycle, jeopardises the security of water, food, and energy systems, and forces states to rethink water management practices to adapt to the new hydrological realities. When states share a water resource, adaptation to climate change proves...
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Journal of Water and Climate Change (2020) 11 (S1): 251–269.
Date Online: 08 July 2020
...Evan Hajani Abstract Quantification of rainfall is needed for planning, designing and operation of water engineering projects. Although there is lot of research on design rainfall in the literature, there is a lack of research considering the impact of climate change on design rainfall. This study...
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Figure 6 The IFD curves created under the effect of climate change (year 2030) using Models 2–4. More
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Published: 08 July 2020
Figure 7 IFD curves created under the effect of climate change (years 2030, 2060 and 2100) using Models 2, 3 and 4 for 5-year return periods. More
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Published: 08 July 2020
Figure 8 IFD curves created under the effect of climate change (years 2030, 2060 and 2100) using Models 2, 3 and 4 for 100-year return periods. More
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Journal of Hydroinformatics (2020) 22 (4): 916–936.
Date Online: 05 June 2020
...Ahmad Ferdowsi; Sayed-Farhad Mousavi; Saeed Farzin; Hojat Karami Abstract The present research introduces a model to find the best shape of a dam's spillway under climate change impacts, considering a benchmark problem (i.e., Ute Dam's labyrinth spillway in the Canadian River watershed, New Mexico...
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Journal of Water and Climate Change (2020) 11 (S1): 164–188.
Date Online: 28 May 2020
...Figure 7 Rate of change in drought risk under climate change determined using reference and future hydrological drought return periods. Future return periods determined from nine climate models for 2058-2100: 1- RCA4- CanESM2; 2- RCA4- CNRM-CM5; 3- RCA4- CSIRO-MK3; 4- RCA4- IPSL-CM5A; 5- RCA4...
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Journal: Water Supply
Water Supply (2020) 20 (5): 1823–1833.
Date Online: 20 May 2020
...-mail: manis_shrestha@live.com 5 2 2020 30 4 2020 © IWA Publishing 2020 2020 HIGHLIGHTS First paper to develop ANN to forecast water demand of Kathmandu Valley. Water demand is predicted using socio-economic and climate change factors. The results suggested a 15% decrease in annual...
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Journal of Water and Climate Change (2020) 11 (S1): 270–288.
Date Online: 23 January 2020
...Jennifer Isabel Munro Kirkpatrick; Agnieszka Indiana Olbert Abstract In coastal floodplains, high river flows and high coastal water levels can result in extensive flooding. Twenty-first century climate change is expected to alter these flood mechanisms. In this study, a coastal city of Cork...
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Journal: Water Supply
Water Supply (2020) 20 (2): 679–687.
Date Online: 30 December 2019
... model. The forecast was examined under several situations, based on climate change and socio-economic observations of the city, using meteorological, water pricing, users' income, level of education, family members, floor and residence size variables. The most interesting outputs are: (a) the impact...
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Journal: Water Supply
Water Supply (2020) 20 (2): 594–608.
Date Online: 27 December 2019
... of water fluxes for water balances, storage of groundwater and development of mathematical models can be used for sustainable water resources development and to revive the mountain springs which helped the adverse impacts of climate change. E-mail: rohituhf@rediffmail.com 27 6 2019 1 12...
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Journal of Water and Climate Change (2020) 11 (4): 1084–1094.
Date Online: 23 December 2019
...Siti Hafsah Zulkarnain; Maki Tsujimura; Muhamad Ali Yuzir; Muhammad Najib Razali; Zakri Tarmidi Abstract The art and science of determining residential property value has evolved due to the changing external factors, such as the economy, environmental (climate change) and social aspects...
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Journal of Water and Climate Change (2020) 11 (4): 1784–1797.
Date Online: 08 November 2019
... with the cumulative pressure of climate change. Climate change is a major driver of the abiotic stress in modern-day vegetable production. Vegetable cropping systems must be resilient to climate change, so that production practices can achieve economic profitability and environmental sustainability. Environmental...
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