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- Oki, Taikan, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Hydrological sciences journal 2015 v.60 no.1 pp. 14-29
- air temperature; at-risk population; climatic factors; emissions; global warming; population growth; runoff; socioeconomic factors; water stress
- ... We re-evaluated a method to estimate water stress changes as a function of increasing global mean temperature. Trends in the total population under high water stress (defined as when the annual water withdrawal divided by the annual water availability is higher than 0.4) now and in the future (total HWSP) and the population exposed to high water stress in the future but not now (add_HWSP) are depe ...