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Conceptual analysis of urban water management considering climate change scenarios

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Since the trends of adverse climate change and integrated urban water management have continued in the twenty-first century, governments and other institutions seek reliable predictions as water resource requirements arise. Although uncertainty is never cut off from the need for a probabilistic movement, through current developments in science and the technology of hydrological modeling on urban water management analysis, researchers can improve the ability to create realistic scenarios that will benefit the water sector it adapts to these changes. Model studies on the combined effects of climate change and the water sector have found that the change can be significant, depending on scenarios and the assumptions of climate change, as well as the degree of urban development. In this work, conceptual analysis of urban water management has been applied to several scenarios of climate change in order to obtain new insights and uncertainties.
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  • Department of Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering, Faculty of Technology, Debre Tabor University, Ethiopia
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  • Department of Water Resources Development and Management, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
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  • Department of Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering, Faculty of Technology, Debre Tabor University, Ethiopia
  • Department of Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering, Faculty of Technology, Debre Tabor University, Ethiopia
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  • Department of Water Resources Development and Management, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
  • Department of Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering, University of Gondar, Gondar, Ethiopia
  • Department of Water Supply and Environmental Engineering, Institute of Technology, Hawassa University, Hawassa, Ethiopia
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