Climate change can significantly affect small transboundary river basins in Central Asia. In particular, by 2050 the hydrological regime of rivers will change with an increase in runoff in spring and decrease in the late-vegetation period. These changes, in turn, will have an impact on agricultural activities and the risks of natural disasters. Such conclusions were made in the results of climate modeling of the Aspara and Isfara rivers conducted by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) within the framework of CAMP4ASB project.
For your attention, please have a look on the presentation by Mr. Iulii Didovets, representative of PIK - «Climate change projections and hydrological impacts assessment of small transboundary rivers in Central Asia». His presentation contains brief information about the project, description of the research goals and objectives, methodology, information on pilot areas and key modeling results.
This publication is produced with support from the Climate Adaptation and Mitigation Program for the Aral Sea Basin (CAMP4ASB)