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Final Report- Impacts of Climate Change on Flows in the Red River Basin


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In 2015, the Red River Basin experienced the tail end of a severe drought followed by exceptional flooding, both of which cause impacts to industry, agriculture, tourism and the environment. Scientists, water managers and other stakeholders are interested in knowing what is in store for the future of the Red River Basin. Researchers at the University of Oklahoma and the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations developed projections of future hydrology for the Red River Basin under possible future climate conditions. A methodology was developed for using current state of the art Global Climate Models (GCM) and applying them on a scale suitable for hydrologic models, ultimately making the information useful to water managers and interested stakeholders. [...]


Principal Investigator :
Wayne Kellogg
Funding Agency :
South Central CSC

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“Final Report- Impacts of climate change on flows in the Red River Basin”
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  • National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers
  • South Central CASC

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