Global change and terrestrial hydrology — a review

DICKINSON, ROBERT E. (2011)
Co-Action Publishing
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This paper reviews the role of terrestrial hydrology in determining the coupling between the surface and atmosphere. Present experience with interactive numerical simulation is discussed and approaches to the inclusion of land hydrology in global climate models are considered. At present, a wide range of answers as to expected changes in surface hydrology is given by nominally similar models. Studies of the effects of tropical deforestation and global warming illustrate this point.DOI: 10.1034/j.1600-0889.1991.t01-1-00015.x

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