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Keywords: IAHR; Hydrolink; climate change; land ocean and ecosystem transition; adaptation measures; energy system transition; urban, rural and infrastructure transition; climate resilience; climate change projections; downscaling approaches; urban infrastructure design; extreme precipitations; extreme temperatures, climate change impact and adaptation; river ice; lake ice; sea ice; climate change; infrastructure; ; greenhouse gas emissions; hydropower; wind power; solar power; carbon reduction; wastewater treatment plant; turbulent jet mixing; chlorine disinfection; chlorine demand; energy conservation; artificial intelligence, virtual reality, web systems, real-time computing, uncertainty analysis; human-water relationships; snow, river and sediment management; environmental hydraulics and urban water cycle; hydraulic structures; water resources management, valuing, and resilience; computational and experimental methods; shelves, and seas; extreme events: from droughts to floods

Abstract: 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 hydro-logical variables which is becoming evident even to the most ardent climate change skeptics.


Year: 2022

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