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Proceedings 2018, 2(11), 596; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2110596

Alluvial Water Source Capacity under the Climate Change and Other Impacts—Case Study of the Pek River in Serbia

Jaroslav Černi Institute for the Development of Water Resources, 11226 Belgrade, Serbia
Presented at the 3rd EWaS International Conference on “Insights on the Water-Energy-Food Nexus”, Lefkada Island, Greece, 27–30 June 2018.
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Published: 14 September 2018
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Abstract

River discharge changes, in addition to natural variability, depend on several factors. Three factors are the most important: climate change (CC), changes in human use of water (HU), and land use changes (LU). River discharge has hydraulic connection with its alluvial sources and both are sensitive to climate and other changes. Alluvial water sources (ALWSs) are often used for water supplying purposes. The question is what could we expect in the future? Are they more or less sensible on climate change and other two factors, compare to river discharge changes, or it differ from case to case?
Keywords: CC Waters; Pek river; climate change; water demand; river discharge; temperature; precipitation CC Waters; Pek river; climate change; water demand; river discharge; temperature; precipitation
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Dimkić, D.; Prohaska, S.; Stanković, B.; Pajić, P. Alluvial Water Source Capacity under the Climate Change and Other Impacts—Case Study of the Pek River in Serbia. Proceedings 2018, 2, 596.

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