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In Mongolia, drought is one of the most serious meteorological disasters, causing large direct and indirect livestock losses. In this study, we assessed the influence of climate change on future drought risk in Mongolia by simulating vegetation processes. Our simulation considered uncertainty in future climate projection by running offline a modified version of the process-based vegetation model Sim-CYCLE, forced by adjusted climate projection data with a simple scaling method. The scalingdoi:10.2151/sola.2012-031 fatcat:cpotxltoqfgszlyrmas66jybq4