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Throughout its historical development, hydrology as an engineering discipline and earth science has relied strongly on the assumption of long-term stationary boundary conditions and system configurations, which allowed for simplified and sectoral descriptions of the dynamics of hydrological systems. However, in the face of rapid and exten-5 sive global changes (of climate, land use etc.) which affect all parts of the hydrological cycle, the general validity of this assumption appears doubtful.doi:10.5194/hessd-10-8581-2013 fatcat:awzf4elytba57dilawhotivawm