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Volume 364, 2023The 3ʳᵈ Edition of Oriental Days for the Environment “Green Lab. Solution for Sustainable Development” (JOE3)
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|23 January 2023
Climate Uncertainty Modelling in Integrated Water Resources Management: Review
1 LMAID, National High School of Mines of Rabat, 10100, Rabat, Morocco.
2 Canada Research Chair in Statistical Hydro-Climatology, National Institute of Scientific Research (INRS), G1K 9A9, Québec, Canada.
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Integrated water resources management is exposed to the effects of several risks (climatic, socio-economic, and political). Currently, climate change represents one of the greatest risks for many countries around the world and the agricultural sector in particular. In the literature, climate change is sufficiently researched but there are scarce studies that deal with the theme of risk in agricultural water management and in particular the management under climate change. In the paper, we first define out the characteristics and particularity of climate change risk and then we point the different approaches and methods for taking into consideration for climate change risk in the integrated water resources management models for the agriculture sector. In this work, we aim to appraise the quantification of uncertainties in systems modelling in watersheds and discuss various water resource management and operation models.
Key words: Integrated water resources management / climate change / risk / Uncertainty / modelling review
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