reference : The potential for snow to supply human water demand in the present and future

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Abstract Runoff from snowmelt is regarded as a vital water source for people and ecosystems throughout the Northern Hemisphere (NH). Numerous studies point to the threat global warming poses to the timing and magnitude of snow accumulation and melt. But analyses focused on snow supply do not show where changes to snowmelt runoff are likely to present the most pressing adaptation challenges, given sub-annual patterns of human water consumption and water availability from rainfall. We identify the
Author Mankin, Justin S.; Daniel Viviroli; Deepti Singh; Arjen Y. Hoekstra; Noah S. Diffenbaugh
DOI 10.1088/1748-9326/10/11/114016
ISSN 1748-9326
Issue 11
Journal Environmental Research Letters
Pages 114016
Title The potential for snow to supply human water demand in the present and future
Volume 10
Year 2015
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