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In this study, scenarios of changes in land-use patterns, agricultural production and climate, and their effects on water demand and availability in the São Francisco river basin (Brazil) are analysed. The global driver population growth, economic development, and trade liberalization are included. Using the regionalized version of a global agro-economic land-and water use model, impacts are analysed for two scenarios: a regionalized world with slow economic development, high population growth,doi:10.5327/z2176-947820151007 fatcat:bro4pc2ovfcrlnuppwoihf2ilq