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Modelling the Effects of Climate Change on Water Quality in Rivers and Reservoirs

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Price: £350  

Models of 5 rivers and 1 reservoir were used to determine whether they are capable of assessing changes in water quality under likely climate change scenarios. All of the models used suggest that no significant effects on water quality would result. However, it is not valid to conclude that significant effects will not occur. The reasons are found in the nature of the models used, in the way changes were assumed to happen and in the nature of the climate change scenarios themselves.

 

 

UKWIR Reference :- 01/CL/06/2Published Date :- 17/04/2002
Retail Price (£) :- 350ISBN :- 1 84057 247 7

 

Supporting Material and Reports

 01/CL/06/2 CD Software
MODELLING THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON WATER QUALITY IN RIVERS AND RESERVOIRS (PHASE 2): ISIS MODELLING OF THE RIVER THAMES AND SULIS MODELLING OF WRAYSBURY RESERVOIR
MODELLING THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON WATER QUALITY IN RIVERS AND RESERVOIRS (PHASE 2): PROTECH-C MODELLING OF WRAYSBURY RESERVOIR
MODELLING THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON WATER QUALITY IN RIVERS AND RESERVOIRS (PHASE 2): QUESTOR MODELLING OF THE RIVER ALMOND
MODELLING THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON WATER QUALITY IN RIVERS AND RESERVOIRS (PHASE 2): TOMCAT MODELLING OF THE RIVER AIRE AND SIMCAT MODELLING OF THE RIVERS IDLE AND WYE