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Modelling the Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources

by Fai Fung, Ana Lopez (Editor), Mark New (Editor)

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The quantitative assessment of the impact of climate change on water availability and water resources management requires knowledge of climate, hydro(geo)logical and water resources models, and particularly the relationships between each of them. This book brings together world experts on each of these aspects, distilling each complex topic into concise and easy to understand chapters, in which both the uses and limitations of modelling are explored.℗¡ The book concludes with a set of case studies using real-life examples to illustrate the steps required and the problems that can be faced in as.… (more)

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