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CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
5th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2017 , 2017.y., pp. 705-714


WATER MANAGEMENT ON TOPLICA RIVER IN CHANGING CLIMATE
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS2017.075
UDC: 556:551.583
CC-BY-SA 4.0 license
Author : Ivković, Marija; Kržič, Aleksandra
 
 Summary:
 It is expected that the future climate changes will affect the water balance components in the river catchments, verily causing changes in water regime. This will also have implications on water supply, irrigation systems, renewable energy sources, industrial production as well as whole ecosystems, therefore it is crucial to quantify those changes. IPCC CO2 emission scenarios and used climate models forms different possible future meteorological conditions on Toplica river catchment. Hydrological projections are obtained by forcing the HBV model with the precipitation and temperature data of an atmosphere-ocean coupled regional climate model RCM-SEEVCCC, run with two global climate models, ECHAM5 and its previous version SINTEX-G, under the A1B IPCC/SRES scenario. In addition to these simulations, hydrological simulations run by bias corrected results of the ECHAM5/RCM-SEEVCCC for A2 scenario and CMCC-CM/NMMB model for the new IPCC scenario RCP8.5 are done as well. The impact of different scenarios and their implications on Toplica river water management are presented in this paper.
 
 Keywords:
 climate change, water management, Toplica