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タイトル
  • ja 気候変動下における積雪地域の利水への影響を踏まえたダム管理のあり方について
その他のタイトル
  • RESEARCH ON DAM OPERATION CONSIDERING EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON WATER USE IN A SNOWY REGION
作成者
権利情報
  • © copyright 2011 土木学会
主題
  • Other Adaptation to climate change
  • Other snowy region
  • Other hydrologic processes
  • Other dam operation
  • Other coordination between two dams
  • NDC 517
内容注記
  • Other This paper investigates how to operate existing dams as an adaptation to climate change. In cold, snowy regions, climate change is causing temperatures to rise and snowfall to decrease. This is expected to shift the snow-melting season earlier, to decrease river discharge and, consequently, to influence water. We estimated future changes in hydrologic processes and average annual water levels for dams in the Toyohira River catchment area. Using reproductions (1981-2000) and future estimates (2081-2100) provided by the Regional Climate Model of the Japan Meteorological Agency (RCM20), we estimated the future hydrological cycle of the Toyohira River basin in order to estimate changes in water levels of statistically normal dams. The simulation shows that a reduction of snowmelt runoff will cause dam discharge to decrease, which may result in water supply shortages. However it also suggests that coordinating the discharge operations of two dams can effectively address those water shortages.
出版者 土木学会
日付
    Created2019-03-14 , Issued2011-07
言語
  • jpn
資源識別のタイプ journal article
出版タイプ VoR
資源識別子 URI http://hdl.handle.net/10258/00009785
関連
  • isVersionOf URI http://library.jsce.or.jp/jsce/open/00906/2011/17-0287.pdf
収録誌情報
  • 河川技術論文集 17, 287-292
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