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Hydrolink 2022-3 Climate Change

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  • ISBN: 1388-3445
  • Publisher: IAHR
  • Editor: Angelos N. Findikakis; Roberto Ranzi
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Every day there are stories in the news directly or indirectly related to climate change. Even though it is not possible to attribute specific extreme events just to climate change, their increasing frequency and intensity suggest a trend in several meteorological and hydrological variables which is becoming evident even to the most ardent climate change skeptics. Recent examples are the devasting flooding in Pakistan and the catastrophic impact of hurricane Ian in Florida.

Water is at the center of many of the consequences of climate change. The current issue of Hydrolink includes several articles on different aspects of the work of the hydro-environment community on climate change issues.

ID Title Authors Year
21860 Famous women in hydraulics: Margaret Sara Petersen
Willi H. Hager
2022

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