Uncertainty assessments and hydrological implications of climate change in two adjacent agricultural catchments of a rapidly urbanizing watershed.

@article{Oni2014UncertaintyAA,
  title={Uncertainty assessments and hydrological implications of climate change in two adjacent agricultural catchments of a rapidly urbanizing watershed.},
  author={Stephen K. Oni and Martyn N. Futter and Lewis A. Molot and Peter Dillon and Jill Crossman},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2014},
  volume={473-474},
  pages={326-37}
}
Lake Simcoe is the most important inland lake in Southern Ontario. The watershed is predominantly agricultural and under increasing pressure from urbanization, leading to changing runoff patterns in rivers draining to the lake. Uncertainties in rainfall-runoff modeling in tributary catchments of the Lake Simcoe Watershed (LSW) can be an order of magnitude larger than pristine watersheds, hampering water quality predictions and export calculations. Here we conduct a robust assessment to… CONTINUE READING