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Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Climatic changes -- Environmental aspects,
  • Global warming -- Environmental aspects,
  • Hydrology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by J.A.A. Jones ... [et al.].
    SeriesGeoJournal library ;, v. 38
    ContributionsJones, J. A. A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC981.8.C5 R42 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 429 p. :
    Number of Pages429
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1009448M
    ISBN 100792343298
    LC Control Number96049481

    The VIC model is used to examine impacts of vegetation change on the hydrologic response of the study region using 50 years (–) of meteorological data for both pre-settlement and modern land-use maps. The entire study region was gridded to a spatial resolution of 1/8° (∼10–15 km).Cited by: Future changes in precipitation amount and variability are among the most important and serious projected consequences of climate change. Central America (CAM) shows most of its climate variability in precipitation. Thus, the large hydrological response to global warming can have negative consequences on agricultural activities and the ecosystem dynamics in the : A. V. Karmalkar, R. S. Bradley, H. F. Diaz.

      The downscaling of historical climate data for application to the BCM to calculate hydrologic response to ongoing changes in climate has provided a dataset rich in regional representation of climatic and hydrologic trends, but spatially detailed enough to provide fine-scale examples of local impacts of climate on the by: Abstract [1] We describe and evaluate a model chain for studying streamflow responses to climate variations and anthropogenic climate change. The model chain was developed for the Rhine basin upstream of Cologne, a , km 2 river basin in Central Europe north of the Alps. It encompasses a regional climate model (RCM) at grid spacings of 56 and 14 km, and a distributed hydrological .

    In this study hydrologic responses of streamflow in the Pyanj and Vaksh River basins to climate change are analysed with a watershed hydrology model, based on the downscaled atmospheric data as input, in order to assess the regional climate change impact for the snowfed and glacierfed river basins in the Republic of by: Recent hydrological research strongly suggests that this so‐called “greenhouse effect” will alter the timing and magnitude of runoff and soil moisture, change lake levels, and affect water by:


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This volume arises from the work of the International Geographical Union Working Group on Regional Hydrological Response to Climate Change and Global Warming under the chairmanship of Professor Changming Liu ().

The book consists mostly of peer-reviewed papers delivered at the Working. This volume arises from the work of the International Geographical Union Working Group on Regional Hydrological Response to Climate Change and Global Warming under the chairmanship of Professor Changming Liu ().

BOOK REVIEW: RegionalHydrologicalResponse to Climate Change This book addresses the effects of global climate change, particularly global warming induced by greenhouse gas emissions, on hydrological budgets at the regional scale.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm. Contents: 1. Predicting the Hydrological Effects of Climate Change / J. Jones --Sect. Sensitivity of the Global Hydrosphere: Section Summary An Introduction to Global Water Dynamics / I.

Kayane Modelling the Biospheric Aspects of the Hydrological Cycle:. This volume arises from the work of the International Geographical Union Working Group on Regional Hydrological Response to Climate Change and Global Warming under the chairmanship of Professor Changming Liu ().

The book consists mostly of peer-reviewed papers delivered at the Working Group's first three scientific meetings held in Washington, D.C. (), Lhasa, Tibet () and. The book being reviewed, Regional Hydrological Response to Climate Change, addresses the effects of global climate change, particularly global warming induced by greenhouse gas emissions, on hydrological budgets at the regional : Randal Koster.

This book encompasses sound methodological approaches from climate change science to hydrological modeling, and can serve as an essential guide for practitioners and graduate students who are working on water resources and related disciplines.

Yet, I remind the reader that the future is full of uncertainties, and so does climate change by: 1. Changes in atmospheric circulation patterns will lead to geographic adjustments in climate and thereby affect regional and local hydrologic cycles, but in ways that are currently difficult to predict.

For example, precipitation in climatically distinct regions may change by ± 20% and runoff may change by ± 50% (Schneider et al., ).Cited by: Few studies have reported if climate change can alter the risk of hydrological extremes at regional scales (Lehner et al., ) even though developed basins with a dense population are highly vulnerable to hydrological by: Modeling the hydrological response to climate change in a glacierized high mountain region, northwest China Meiping SUN,1,2 Zhongqin LI,2,1 Xiaojun YAO,1,2 Mingjun ZHANG,1 Shuang JIN2 1College of Geography and Environmental Science, Northwest Normal University, Lanzhou, China 2State Key Laboratory of Cryospheric Sciences/Tianshan Glaciological Station, Cold and Arid Regions.

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Regional Hydrological Response to Climate Change in Mexico and Central America Article (PDF Available) December with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Hydrologic Impact of Regional Climate Change for the Snowfed and Glacierfed River Basins in the Republic of Tajikistan: Hydrological Response of flow to Climate Change.

The potential impact of global warming on water resources is of major national and international concern. This book draws together for the first time research work aimed at providing global and regional syntheses of the likely hydrological effects of climate change over the coming century.

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Regional hydrologic response to climate change in the conterminous United States using high-resolution hydroclimate simulations Author: Naz, Bibi S., Kao, Shih-Chieh, Ashfaq, Moetasim, Rastogi, Deeksha, Mei, Rui, Bowling, Laura C.

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Section II, ‘Regional Implication of Global Warming’, By J. Jones, C. Lui, M.-K. Woo & H.-T includes three papers entitled: ‘ Hydrology of Northern Kung (eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht. North America Under Global Warming’, in which pp.

Climate change will have important impacts to streamflow, soil moisture, and groundwater levels. These changes will directly mediate the response and impacts of climate change on agriculture, ecology, and water resources, and indirectly on patterns of land use change.

Yet until recently hydrologic models were not capable of simulating local responses to projected changes in climate across Author: A. Kendall, D. Hyndman. Regional Hydrological Response to Climate Change. por. GeoJournal Library (Book 38) ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña.

Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : Springer Netherlands. Collectively, the studies reveal: physical mechanisms that control cold region hydrological responses to climate change, and consider the sources and magnitude of uncertainties to improve projections of these responses under different geographical conditions and at various time scales.

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Friesen et al. also quantify climatic variability and attempt to distinguish an anthropogenic signal for changing hydrological function. Similarly, Liénou et al. show large interannual.Hydrological Response to Climate Change: Hydrological Modeling to Assess Climate Change Impact in the Upper Blue Nile Basin of Ethiopia, A Case study at the Gilgel Abay River Basin This book focuses on the impact of climate change on the Lake Tana Basin – a source of the Blue Nile river.