When climate change is a fact! Adaptive strategies for drinking water production in a changing natural environment.

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Climate change increases water system dynamics through temperature changes, changes in precipitation patterns, evaporation, and water quality and water storage in ice packs. Water system dependent economical stakeholders, such as drinking water companies in the Netherlands, have to cope with consequences of climate change, e.g. floods and water shortages in… (More)

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@article{Meuleman2007WhenCC, title={When climate change is a fact! Adaptive strategies for drinking water production in a changing natural environment.}, author={A. F. M. Meuleman and Geert A. Cirkel and Gertjan J J G Zwolsman}, journal={Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research}, year={2007}, volume={56 4}, pages={137-44} }