The impact of water infrastructure and climate change on the hydrology of the Upper Ganges River Basin
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Length: 28 Pages
Date of creation: 2011
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Water resources / River basins / Climate change / Hydrology / Simulation models / Precipitation / Evapotranspiration / Statistical methods / Water balance / Water yield / Irrigation water / India / Upper Ganges River;
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- Robyn Johnston & Vladimir Smakhtin, 2014. "Hydrological Modeling of Large river Basins: How Much is Enough?," Water Resources Management, Springer, vol. 28(10), pages 2695-2730, August.
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