Impact of climate change on the Hii River basin and salinity in Lake Shinji: a case study using the SWAT model and a regression curve

@article{Somura2009ImpactOC,
  title={Impact of climate change on the Hii River basin and salinity in Lake Shinji: a case study using the SWAT model and a regression curve},
  author={Hiroaki Somura and Jeff Arnold and Dennis W. Hoffman and I. Takeda and Y. Mori and M. Di Luzio},
  journal={Hydrological Processes},
  year={2009},
  volume={23}
}
The impacts of climate change on water resources were analysed for the Hii River basin and downstream Lake Shinji. The variation between saline and fresh water within these systems means that they encompass diverse ecosystems. Changes in evapotranspiration (ET), snow water equivalent, discharge into the basin, and lake salinity were determined for different climate scenarios. The impact of climate change on a brackish water clam found in the lake was then examined using simulated monthly… 

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