Can Global Climate Models be Used for Water Resource Planning?

David Ahlfeld & David Ahlfeld
Water resources planning is needed to adapt to a changing climate. As precipitation, wind and temperature patterns shift, water availability and demand by humans and other ecosystems will change. These shifts have the potential to impact water supply, agriculture, forestry and all non-human natural systems. Many large scale water resource projects, such as reservoirs, distribution systems, groundwater recharge facilities and desalinization systems can take many years to plan and construct. Shifting the location of agricultural...
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