Human alterations of the terrestrial water cycle through land management

@inproceedings{Rost2008HumanAO,
  title={Human alterations of the terrestrial water cycle through land management},
  author={S. Rost and D. Gerten and Ursula Heyder},
  year={2008}
}
This study quantifies current and potential future changes in transpiration, evaporation, interception loss and river discharge in response to land use change, irrigation and climate change, by performing several distinct simulations within the consistent hydrology and biosphere modeling framework LPJmL (Lund-Potsdam-Jena managed Land). We distinguished two irrigation simulations: a water limited one in which irrigation was restricted by local renewable water resources (ILIM), and a potential… CONTINUE READING

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