Simulated long-term changes in river discharge and soil moisture due to global warming

@inproceedings{Manabe2004SimulatedLC,
  title={Simulated long-term changes in river discharge and soil moisture due to global warming},
  author={Syukuro Manabe and P. C. D. Milly and Richard T. Wetherald},
  year={2004}
}
By use of a coupled ocean–atmosphere–land model, this study explores the changes of water availability, as measured by river discharge and soil moisture, that could occur by the middle of the 21st century in response to combined increases of greenhouse gases and sulphate aerosols based upon the “IS92a” scenario. In addition, it presents the simulated change in water availability that might be realized in a few centuries in response to a quadrupling of CO2 concentration in the atmosphere… CONTINUE READING
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