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Impact assessment of climate change considering reservoir operation and water resources circumstances in the yodo river
Author : Eisuke Mori, Toshiharu Kojiri, Kenji Tanaka, and Toshio Hamaguchi
Obviously, global warming is getting serious issues against sustainable water resource management. In order to manage water resources appropriately in the future, the effectiveness of existing reservoirs and the flood risk is evaluated quantitavely through the distributed runoff model simulation with GCM output. The simulation results clearly show that hydrological circumstances will greatly change in the future. The flood risk in Katsura River Basin is predicted to increase. On the other hand, the flood risk in Kizu River Basin will decrease.
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Chapter : IAHR World Congress Proceedings
Category : 33rd Congress - Vancouver (2009)
Article : Topic C: Water Engineering for the Protection and Enhancement of Natural Watershed/Aquifer Environments
Date Published : 09/08/2009
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