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Sustainable Water Management, Mitigation and Adaptation

Cover of the book "Climate Change in Sustainable Water Resources Management"
Cover: Springer

CMES Deputy Director Ronny Berndtsson has co-authored the chapter "Mitigation and Adaptation Measures" together with Sahar Baghban (University of Tehran), Omid Bozorg-Haddad (University of Tehran), Mike Hobbins (University of Colorado-Boulder) and Nadhir Al-Ansari (Luleå University of Technology) in a new edited volume published by Springer.

The chapter, which addresses how climate change has directly and indirectly impacted natural and human systems across the globe in recent decades, is published in the book Climate Change in Sustainable Water Resources Management (Springer, 2022, ed. Omid Bozorg-Haddad).

The book provides a comprehensive approach to all aspects of water-related subjects affected by climate change that expand readers' attitudes toward future of the management strategies and improve management plans. It summarizes climate change scenarios, models, downscaling methods, and how to select the appropriate method. It also introduces practical steps in assessing climate change impacts on water issues through introducing hydrological models and climate change data applications in hydrologic analysis. The book caters to specialist readers who are interested in analyzing climate change effects on water resources, and related issues can gain a profound understanding of the practical concepts and step-by-step analysis, which is enriched with real case studies all around the world. Moreover, readers will be familiar with potential mitigation and adaptation measures in sustainable water engineering, considering the results of hydrologic modeling.

Read more about the chapter here

Ronny Berndtsson's research profile