From Risk to Resilience: Downscaling Potential Climate Change Impacts in the Rohini Basin, Nepal and India

Posted On: 2008-09-01

The focus of this study is the Rohini Basin, which straddles the border of Nepal and India. Social, political and economic factors, in combination with geography,make this basin particularly vulnerable to flooding during the monsoon months.This paper presents a new statistical technique for downscaling climate information from general circulation models so that this information can be used as an input to economic evaluation of options for reducing flood and drought risks and responding to the impacts of climate change.

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