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Uncertainty in climate change projections of discharge for the Mekong River Basin
Abstract. The Mekong River Basin is a key regional resource in Southeast Asia for sectors that include agriculture, fisheries and electricity production. Here we explore the potential impacts ofExpand
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Application of the coupled MIKE SHE/MIKE 11 modelling system to a lowland wet grassland in southeast England
Hydrological modifications frequently result in wetland loss and degradation while wetland management, restoration and creation schemes rely upon further hydrological manipulations. These schemes canExpand
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Uncertainty in the estimation of potential evapotranspiration under climate change
21st century climate change is projected to result in an intensification of the global hydrological cycle, but there is substantial uncertainty in how this will impact freshwater availability. AExpand
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Hydrological and ecological impacts of dams on the Kafue Flats floodplain system, southern Zambia
Developmental changes in river basins in Africa have become a reality. Many wetland ecosystems have been impacted by dams and other hydrological interventions resulting in both foreseen andExpand
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Modelling the impacts of climate change on upland catchments in southwest Scotland using MIKE SHE and the UKCP09 probabilistic projections
Hydrological models of three upland sub-catchments of Loch Dee, southwest Scotland, are calibrated and validated against observed discharge. Perturbed precipitation and potential evapotranspirationExpand
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Hydrological modeling of River Xiangxi using SWAT2005: A comparison of model parameterizations using station and gridded meteorological observations
Gridded climate data sets are widely used in the analysis, modeling and forecasting of the consequences of climate change. The objective of this study is to compare the impact of different climateExpand
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Carbon emissions from land-use change and management in China between 1990 and 2010
Overall land-use change and management have contributed about 1.45 Pg of carbon to the total carbon released in China from 1990 to 2010. China has experienced enormous changes in land use in recentExpand
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Assessment of uncertainty in river flow projections for the Mekong River using multiple GCMs and hydrological models
Summary Hydrological model-related uncertainty is often ignored within climate change hydrological impact assessments. A MIKE SHE model is developed for the Mekong using the same data as an earlierExpand
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Hydrology and land use in a sahelian floodplain wetland
Africa’s numerous floodplain wetlands provide a host of hydrologic, ecological, economic, and social benefits. They play a fundamental role in supporting significant human populations. In common withExpand
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Potential evapotranspiration-related uncertainty in climate change impacts on river flow: An assessment for the Mekong River basin
Summary Six MIKE SHE models of the Mekong are developed, each employing potential evapotranspiration (PET) derived using alternative methods: Blaney–Criddle (BC), Hamon (HM), Hargreaves–Samani (HS),Expand
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