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A B S T R A C T The global water gap, water demand minus water supply, is expected to increase through 2100, negatively affecting agriculture, industry and households. Adaptation measures are necessary, but projections on their effectiveness and costs are currently unavailable. Here, we present an adaptation evaluation framework aimed at closing the water gap, which is applied offline at the global scale, and made available for regional decision making as a web service. It includes climatedoi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2019.104578 fatcat:irzf64pnejhnvjz7gg3e6fghjy