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Potential climate change impacts on summer precipitation and subsequent hydrologic responses in the southwestern U.S. are poorly constrained at present due to a lack of studies accounting for high resolution

Potential climate change impacts on summer precipitation and subsequent hydrologic responses in the southwestern U.S. are poorly constrained at present due to a lack of studies accounting for high resolution processes. In this investigation, we apply a distributed hydrologic model to the Beaver Creek watershed of central Arizona to explore its utility for climate change assessments.

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    Hawkins, Gretchen A., Vivoni, Enrique R., Robles-Morua, Agustin, Mascaro, Giuseppe, Rivera, Erick, & Dominguez, Francina (2015). A climate change projection for summer hydrologic conditions in a semiarid watershed of central Arizona. JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS, 118, 9-20. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jaridenv.2015.02.022

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