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Sensitivity of Water Resources in the Delaware River Basin to Climate Variability and Change

U.S. Geological Survey, Water Supply Paper 2422

by Mark A. Ayers, David M. Wolock, Gregory J. McCabe, Lauren E. Hay, and Gary D . Tasker


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Section 1 -- 2.37 MB

Abstract

Introduction

The Greenhouse Effect and Climate Change

Historical Evidence of Climate Change

Simulation of the Earth's Climate System

Hydrologic Implications of Climate Change

The Thornthwaite Moisture Index

Delaware River Basin Characteristics

Section 2 -- 2.36 MB

Sensitivity of Water Resources to Climate Variability and Change

Summary and Conclusions

Selected References

 


 

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