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Record number 358739
Title Simulating Rhine river discharges using a land surface model
Author(s) Hurkmans, R.T.W.L.; Troch, P.A.; Uijlenhoet, R.; Moors, E.J.
Source In: Conference proceedings CAIWA 2007, International Conference on Adaptive & Integrated Water Management, November 12-15, 2007, Basel, Switzerland. - [S.l] : S.n. - p. np - np.
Event [S.l] : S.n. The "1st International Conference on Adaptive & Integrated Water Management", 2007-11-12/2007-11-15
Department(s) Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management
Alterra - Centre for Water and Climate
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) hydrologie van stroomgebieden - afvoer - klimaatverandering - rijn - catchment hydrology - discharge - climatic change - river rhine
Categories Climatic Change
Abstract The Rhine basin will shift from a combined rainfall and snow melt regime to a more rainfall dominated regime, resulting in increased flood risk in winter and a higher probability of extensive droughts in summer. To be prepared for these projected changes, a thorough understanding of the impacts of climate change to the hydrological regime is necessary. A model has been presented at CAIWA conference at Basel, 12-15 November 2007.
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