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Model and parameter uncertainty in IDF relationships under climate change
Quantifying distributional behavior of extreme events is crucial in hydrologic designs. Intensity Duration Frequency (IDF) relationships are used extensively in engineering especially in urbanExpand
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Reservoir performance under uncertainty in hydrologic impacts of climate change
Relatively few studies have addressed water management and adaptation measures in the face of changing water balances due to climate change. The current work studies climate change impact on aExpand
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Isolating the impacts of land use and climate change on streamflow
Quantifying the isolated and integrated impacts of land use (LU) and climate change on streamflow is challenging as well as crucial to optimally manage water resources in river basins. This paperExpand
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River water quality response under hypothetical climate change scenarios in Tunga‐Bhadra river, India
Analysis of climate change impacts on streamflow by perturbing the climate inputs has been a concern for many authors in the past few years, but there are few analyses for the impacts on waterExpand
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Assessment of the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model for simulation of extreme rainfall events in the upper Ganga Basin
Abstract. Reliable estimates of extreme rainfall events are necessary for an accurate prediction of floods. Most of the global rainfall products are available at a coarse resolution, rendering themExpand
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Regional impacts of climate change on irrigation water demands
This paper presents an approach to model the expected impacts of climate change on irrigation water demand in a reservoir command area. A statistical downscaling model and an evapotranspiration modelExpand
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A conditional random field–based downscaling method for assessment of climate change impact on multisite daily precipitation in the Mahanadi basin
Downscaling to station-scale hydrologic variables from large-scale atmospheric variables simulated by general circulation models (GCMs) is usually necessary to assess the hydrologic impact of climateExpand
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A comparison of three methods for downscaling daily precipitation in the Punjab region
Many downscaling techniques have been developed in the past few years for projection of station-scale hydrological variables from large-scale atmospheric variables simulated by general circulationExpand
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Modeling non-stationarity in intensity, duration and frequency of extreme rainfall over India
Significant changes are reported in extreme rainfall characteristics over India in recent studies though there are disagreements on the spatial uniformity and causes of trends. Based on recentExpand
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Climate change induced risk in water quality control problems
Summary A modeling framework is presented in this paper, integrating hydrologic scenarios projected from a General Circulation Model (GCM) with a water quality simulation model to quantify the futureExpand
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