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Year: 2017
In many countries, drought is the natural hazard that causes the greatest agronomic impacts
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Year: 2017
The capacity of a nation to address the hydrological impacts of climate change depends on the institutions through which water is governed
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Year: 2017
Research on adaptation barriers is increasing as the need for climate change adaptation becomes evident
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Year: 2017
Research on adaptation barriers is increasing as the need for climate change adaptation becomes evident
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Year: 2017
Research on adaptation barriers is increasing as the need for climate change adaptation becomes evident
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Year: 2017
Research on adaptation barriers is increasing as the need for climate change adaptation becomes evident
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Year: 2015
Summary This study evaluates how differences in hydrological model parameterisation resulting from the choice of gridded global precipitation data sets and reference evapotranspiration (ETo) equations affects simulated climate change impacts, using the north western Himalayan Beas river catchment as a case study
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