|Title:||Impact of climate change on hydrology components using CORDEX South Asia climate model in Wunna, Bharathpuzha, and Mahanadi, India |
|Authors:||Singh, L. and S. Saravanan |
|Journal:||Environmental Monitoring and Assessment |
|Volume (Issue):||192 |
|Article ID:||678 |
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|Broad Application Category:||hydrologic only |
|Primary Application Category:||climate change |
|Secondary Application Category:||hydrologic assessment |
|Watershed Description:||a) 4512 km^2 Wunna River (also known as Vena River), a tributary of the Wardha River (and larger Godavari River System) that flows through the Wardha District via Nagpur in the State of Maharashtra (20°28′–21°15′N and 78°19′–79°06′E).
b) 5789.49 km^2 Bharathpuzha River, which flows from the Anaimalai Hills in the Western Ghats Region until reaching the sea in the State of Kerala ((10°25′–11°15′N and 75°50′–76°55′E; it is the longest river in Kerala and is also known as “Nila” and “Peraar” in ancient scripts).
c) 4533 km^2 Mahanadi River, which originates from the Sihawa Mountains in the State of Chhattisgarh and is the third largest river system in the Indian Peninsula (20°0′–21°05′N and 81°10′–83°01′E).
All three rivers are located in India. |
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|General Comments:||Our research focuses on the use of future project climate variables to assess the hydrological component responses of the Wunna, Bharathpuzha, and Mahanadi watersheds under the RCP4.5 and RCP8.5 scenarios in the SWAT model from 2021 to 2050. |
|Keywords:||SWAT, GCM, India, Blue water, Green Water |