Articles | Volume 374
Proc. IAHS, 374, 41–51, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-374-41-2016
Proc. IAHS, 374, 41–51, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-374-41-2016
 
17 Oct 2016
17 Oct 2016

Crystal balls into the future: are global circulation and water balance models ready?

Balázs M. Fekete et al.

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Variabilities and changes due to natural and anthropogenic causes in the water cycle always presented a challenge for water management planning. Practitioners traditionally coped with variabilities in the hydrological processes by assuming stationarity. Recently, this practice was questioned and more reliance on Global Circulation Models was put forward as an alternative. This paper takes a brief assessment of the state of Global Circulation Models (GCM) and their applications.