Articles | Volume 381
Proc. IAHS, 381, 107–112, 2019
Proc. IAHS, 381, 107–112, 2019

Post-conference publication 01 Aug 2019

Post-conference publication | 01 Aug 2019

Projections of Selenga river runoff in the XXI century and uncertainty estimates

Tatiana Millionshchikova

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The Selenga River, which takes its origin in Mongolia, contributes nearly 50% of the total inflow into Lake Baikal. Since 1996, a longest low-flow period has been observed. This paper explores the opportunities of spatially distributed process-based modeling for the assessment of possible runoff changes under climate projections in the XXI century using an ensemble of global climate models as inputs.