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North-West Russia surface waters under climate change

PI: Svetlana Kuzmina
Institution: Nansen International Environmental and Remote Sensors
The project is dedicated to the assessment of North-West Russia (NWR) surface waters and prediction of their evolution in the 21st century due to man- made and global climate change, and formulation of measures for water preservation.

Water resources are highly sensitive to climate variability and change. In quantifying the climate water resources relationship, the results of General Circulation models (GCM) should be used.

The present project has among its objectives (1) a synthesis of the most recent simulations of the climate both for the 20th and 21st centuries, and (2) a determination of the changes in temperature, precipitation and evaporation over NWR projected by a set of global climate models of the new generation.

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