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Alexela asked 1 month ago

MODELLING OF THE OB RIVER RUNOFF UNDER CLIMATIC CHANGES
 The connection of the Ob river flow variability with meteorological parameters in different parts of its catchment area is considered. It is considered how the discharge of the Ob River will change with climate change. Two scenarios of climate change in the Ob river catchment area in 2021-2050 are proposed.
According to the first scenario, the climate trends that began in the territory of the Ob catchment area in the second half of the XX century will continue. The average annual air temperature will continue to increase throughout the basin at a rate of 0.3°C/10 years. Multidirectional changes in average annual precipitation in different parts of the catchment area will continue against the background of a directional, but statistically insignificant increase in precipitation for the catchment as a whole. According to the second scenario, the air temperature trend will change direction, and the Ob River catchment area will begin to cool at the same rate. The total amount of precipitation over the catchment area will decrease slightly.
It is shown that in both scenarios, the Ob River discharge in the closing section will not undergo significant directional changes.

Irfan2021 replied 1 month ago

This pretty good, I don’t see any error.

Irfan2021 replied 1 month ago

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Colin62 replied 1 month ago

A few changes suggested, as below. (I’m a bit of a grammar cop 🙂

The directional flow of the Ob River into its catchment area is being considered, in line with existing meteorological parameters, and whether or not effects of climate change during the period 2021 to 2050 may alter the flow. There are two scenarios under consideration.

Firstly, that the climate trends that began in the territory in the second half of the twentieth century will continue, meaning that the average annual air temperature will continue to increase throughout the basin at a rate of 0.3 degrees Celsius every 10 years. It is considered that there will be changes in average annual precipitation in different parts of the catchment area, but that it will be unlikely that any increase in precipitation will bear any significance for the catchment as a whole.

Secondly, that the air temperature trend will change direction, the Ob River catchment area will begin to cool at the same rate, and the total amount of precipitation over the catchment area will decrease slightly.

It is shown that in both scenarios, the Ob River discharge in the closing section will not undergo significant directional changes as a result of climate change.

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Colin62 answered 1 month ago

Hi, see above, and let me know what you think. It sounds complicated!

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