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  • Schneiderman, E., M. Järvinen, E. Jennings, L. May, K. Moore, P. S. Naden, D. Pierson, and G. George, 2010: Modeling the Effects of Climate Change on Catchment Hydrology with the GWLF Model . The Impact of Climate Change on European Lakes, 33-50, 10.1007/978-90-481-2945-4_3.

The influence of catchment hydrology on the volume and timing of water inputs to waterbodies, and on the material loads of nutrients, sediment, and pollutants is central to any assessment of the impact of climate change on lakes. Changes in the timing and amount of precipitation, particularly when coupled with a change in air temperature, influence all the major components of the hydrological cycle, including evapotranspiration, snow dynamics, soil moisture, groundwater storage, baseflow, surface runoff, and streamflow.


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