Influences of precipitation changes and direct CO2 effects on streamflow

@article{Wigley1985InfluencesOP,
  title={Influences of precipitation changes and direct CO2 effects on streamflow},
  author={T. Wigley and P. Jones},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1985},
  volume={314},
  pages={149-152}
}
Increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations are expected1 to cause major changes in the world's climate over the next 50–100 yr. The impact of such changes on water resources, through changing precipitation and evaporation, will, however, be complicated by the direct effects of increasing CO2 on vegetation. In controlled environment experiments, higher CO2 levels cause the stomata of plants to close down, decreasing their rate of transpiration and increasing their water use efficiency2… Expand
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