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Impact of future climate scenarios on hydrological conditions in the Mekong and Yellow River basins

PI: Anthony Kiem
Institution: University of Yamanashi
Additional Investigators: Kuniyoshi Takeuchi, Hapuarachchige Hapuarachchi
Abstract:
Our research group plans to investigate the impact of future climate scenarios on hydrological conditions in the Mekong and Yellow River basins (and perhaps some other catchments within the Asian monsoon region). The Yamanashi Hydrological Model has already been successfully applied to these basins to simulate past hydrological conditions and the next step is to investigate how hydrological conditions will be affected under future climate variability and change.

Data from the 20th and 21st (and 22nd, 23rd if available) is required as
follows:
* precipitation
* temperature (monthly average max and min)
* monthly vapour pressure
* cloud cover data
* wind speed data
* and any data to do with snow cover or snow thickness
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