Climate Change on the Great Lakes Basin. 1992. rizes the results of two recent studies: "Laurentian 45 pp. $—free. Paperbound. Miscellaneous Publica- Great Lakes Double-C0 Climate Hydrological Im- tion 141. Illinois State Water Survey and the Canadian pacts" (Croley 1990) and "Climate Change Impacts on Climate Centre. Laurentian Great Lakes Levels" (Hartmann 1990). These studies examine the potential sensitivity of the This publication is a compilation of five papers Great Lakes levels and water supply to climate change presented at the Symposium of Climate Change on using a series of hydrological models driven by output the Great Lakes Basin held as part of the annual of three global circulation models (GCMs) operating meeting of the American Association for the Advance- under double C0 scenarios: the Geophysical Fluid ment of Science in Chicago in February 1992. The Dynamics (GFDL) Model, the Goddard Institute of results given provide an overview of various aspects of Space Science (GISS) Model, and the Oregon State climatic change relative to the Great Lakes Basin. The University (OSU) Model. Potential impacts on the usual caveats regarding use and interpretation of Great Lakes include a decreasing water supply, in- double C0 scenarios output from various global cir-
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1993
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