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Vol. 9, Issue 9 (2020)

Simulating water balance components Behavior to the climate change for Sasoi river basin

Author(s):
Hina Bhatu, Harji Rank, Vaibhav Ram and Jaypalsinh Chavda
Abstract:
Climate has changed due to global warming worldwide and its impacts fluctuate in space and time. The climate change will affect on amount of rainfall, rainfall intensity, frequency of rainfall and evapotranspiration, etc. The investigation was evaluating the climate change effect on water resources. Water balance component is estimated by SWAT (soil and water assessment tool) and evaluate various statistical parameters along with Man-Kendal and Sen’s slope statistics. The overall scenarios (1961-2100) give an idea about that the seasonal rainfall, seasonal runoff, seasonal groundwater recharge and seasonal evapotranspiration was found increasing at 69.66 mm/decade, 45.37 mm/decade, 8.36 mm/decade and 12.71 mm/decade respectively and seasonal potential evapotranspiration and annual potential evapotranspiration was found as decreasing at 4.19 mm/decade and 2.14 mm/decade respectively in Sasoi Basin.
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How to cite this article:
Hina Bhatu, Harji Rank, Vaibhav Ram, Jaypalsinh Chavda. Simulating water balance components Behavior to the climate change for Sasoi river basin. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(9):405-407.

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