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Publications listed below were provided to GRDC by the authors after completing their studies, or have been identified by the GRDC through searching the Internet. References are sorted alphabetically by first authors last name. As far as available, the original source is documented, or an URL is provided that will guide you to the source from where the GRDC retrieved an abstract or the relevant document. These hyperlinks are provided as a convenience only. They imply neither responsibility for, nor approval of the information contained.

  • Alcamo, J. , Dronin, N. , Endejan, M. , Golubev, G. & Kirilenko, A. (2003). Will climate change affect food and water security in Russia? Summary Report of the International Project on Global Environmental Change and its Threat to Food and Water Security in Russia. Center for Environmental Systems Research (CESR), University of Kassel, Germany, Kassel. Retrieved June 12, 2019, from

  • Bareiss, J. (2003). Suesswassereintrag und Festeis in der ostsibirischen Arktis : Ergebnisse aus Boden- und Satellitenbeobachtungen sowie Sensitivitaetsstudie mit einem thermodynamischen Festeismodell. Universität Trier.

  • Dai, A. & Trenberth, K. E. (2003). New Estimates of Continental Discharge and Oceanic Freshwater Transport. In: AMS Symposium on Observing and Understanding the Variability of Water in Weather and Climate (Long Beach, CA, February 9-13, 2003). Retrieved September 26, 2011, from

  • Döll, P., Kaspar, F. & Lehner, B. (2003). A global hydrological model for deriving water availability indicators: model tuning and validation. J. Hydrol. 270 (1-2), 105-134. doi: 10.1016/S0022-1694(02)00283-4

  • Füssel, H.-M., Toth, F. L., Minnen, J. G. van & Kaspar, F. (2003). Climate impact response functions as impact tools in the tolerable windows approach. Clim. Chang. 56 (1-2), 91–117. doi: 10.1023/A:1021340513936

  • Hollingsworth, A., Viterbo, P. & Simmons, A. J. (2003). The Relevance of Numerical Weather Prediction for Forecasting Natural Hazards and for Monitoring the Global Environment. Meteorological Monographs 31 (53), 109-129. doi: 10.1175/0065-9401-31.53.109

  • Mudelsee, M., Börngen, M., Tetzlaff, G. & Grünewald, U. (2003). No upward trends in the occurence of extreme floods in central Europe. Nature 425, 166-169. doi: 10.1038/nature01928

  • Pekárová, P., Miklánek, P. & Pekár, J. (2003). Spatial and temporal runoff ocillation analysis of the main rivers of the world during the 19th-20th centuries. J. Hydrol. 274 (1-4), 62-79. doi: 10.1016/S0022-1694(02)00397-9

  • Sankarasubramanian, A., Sharma, A. & Lall, U. (2003). Water allocation for multiple uses based on probabilistic reservoir inflow forecasts. IAHS-AISH publication. 281. 184-191.

  • Stahl, K. & Wolf, A.T. (2003). Does hydro-climatic variability influence water-related political conflict and cooperation in international river basins? Poster Paper. Proceedings CD of Int. Conference on Hydrology of the Mediterranean and Semi-Arid Regions.

  • Vogel, R. & Sankarasubramanian, A. (2003). Validation of a watershed model without calibration. Water Resour. Res. 39(10), 1292. doi: 10.1029/2002WR001940.

  • Wolf, A., Stahl, K. & Macomber, M. (2003). Conflict and Cooperation Within International River Basins: The Importance of Institutional Capacity. Water Resources Update. 125. Universities Council on Water Resources.

  • Yang, D., Kane, D.L. & Ye, B. (2003). Streamflow Changes over the Large Siberian Watersheds: Natural Variation vs. Human Impact. SEARCH Open Science Meeting, October 27, 2003, Seattle, Washington, USA.

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