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Temperature and precipitation from 16 climate models each using two emissions scenarios (lower B1 and mid-high A2) were used to characterize the range of potential climate changes for the Rio Lempa basin of Central America during the middle and end (2070-2099) of the 21 st century. A land surface model was applied to investigate the hydrologic impacts of these changes, focusing on inflow to two major hydropower reservoirs. By 2070-2099 the median warming relative to 1961-1990 was 1.9°C anddoi:10.5194/hess-13-183-2009 fatcat:hjrl3os7nrby7k3ki74n4t3pmu