This figure shows the relative change in water availability for irrigation as projected under the A1B emission scenario by the HIRHAM (DMI) regional climate model for 2071-2100 relative to 1961-1990. Light yellow areas indicate no change in water availability.
Albania,Bosnia and Herzegovina,Bulgaria,Croatia,France,Greece,Italy,Liechtenstein,Luxembourg,Macedonia (FYR),Monaco,Montenegro,Portugal,San Marino,Slovenia,Spain,Turkey
model simulated data with the WAPAA model for water availability under policy and climate change scenarios
Iglesias, A., Garrote, L., Diz, A., Schlickenrieder, J., Moneo, Marta and Quiroga, S, 2012,'Water and people: Assessing policy priorities for climate change adaptation in the Mediterranean', in: Regional Assessment of Climate Change in the Mediterranean. Part IV People, Springer
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