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Modelling hydrological responses to climate change in a data-scarce semiarid basin in the Tianshan Mountains
The Tianshan Mountains, known as the Water tower of Central Asia, are an essential freshwater source for downstream rivers, residents, irrigation agriculture and ecosystems in Central Asia. Climate in this semiarid region has changed from warm-dry to warm-wet in the last decades. Water resources are highly sensitive to climate change, and their availability is expected to become more unstable in the future. However, hydrological processes in glacierized basins are poorly known due to datadoi:10.22032/dbt.34336 fatcat:tsc4nmgjtrhmvkjgkj2izat2ra