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|Title||Climate Induced Changes on the Hydrology of Mediterranean Basin - CLIMB CASE STUDY GAZA SITE – PALESTINE|
|Title in Arabic||التغيرات المناخية الناتجة عن هيدرولوجيا حوض البحر المتوسط - كلیمب - دراسة حالة غزة - فلسطين|
the european union has funded the climate induced changes on the hydrology of mediterranean basins project (CLIMB; http://www.climb-fp7.eu), with the aim of producing a future-scenario assessment of climate change for significant hydrological basins of the mediterranean. the mediterranean countries constitute an espacially intreresting area for hydrological investigation by climate scientists, given the high risk predicted by climate scenarios, and the pronounced susceptibility to droughts, extreme flooding, salinization of coastal quifers and desertification, predicate as a consequence of expected reduction of yearly precipitation and increase of the mean annual tempreture. the strategy of CLIMB is aiming to employ and inegrated advanced field monitoring techniques, remote sensing analyses and retrievaled, integrated hydrologic (and biological) modeling and socioeconomic factor assessment in a new conceptual framework to significantly reduce existing uncertainties in clamate change impact analysis and to create an integrated risk assessment tool for adaptive water resources management and best agricultural practice under climate change conditions.
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