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Climate, Volume 7, Issue 11 (November 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) In order to investigate the effects of anthropogenic land cover changes to the hydrological cycle [...] Read more. In order to investigate the effects of anthropogenic land cover changes to the hydrological cycle components of a regional watershed in Central Greece, the physically based hydrological model MIKE SHE and Copernicus Climate Change Service E-OBS gridded meteorological dataset were employed. Analysis of the simulation results showed that the transition from forest to pastures or agricultural land reduced the annual actual evapotranspiration and increased the average annual river discharge, while intensifying the vulnerability to hydrometeorological-related hazards, such as droughts or floods. Hence, the quantitative assessment of land cover effects presented in this study can contribute to the design and implementation of successful land cover and climate change mitigation and adaptation policies. View this paper