Climate change impact on water availability of main river basins in Ukraine

  title={Climate change impact on water availability of main river basins in Ukraine},
  author={Iulii Didovets and Valentina Krysanova and Fred Fokko Hattermann and Mar{\'i}a del Roc{\'i}o Rivas L{\'o}pez and Sergiy Snizhko and Hannes M{\"u}ller Schmied},
  journal={Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies},

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