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Yadu Pokhrel, Naota Hanasaki, Sujan Koirala, Jaeil Cho, Pat J.-F. Yeh, Hyungjun Kim, Shinjiro Kanae, and Taikan Oki

against GRACE observations Figure 2 plots the terrestrial water storage anomaly (TWSA) comparison between GRACE observations and that from the MAT-NAT and H08-NAT simulations for nine selected large river basins located in different climatic regions. We compare MAT-NAT and H08-NAT simulations because the anthropogenic water regulation modules are identical in both models and the effects of reservoir storage are not significant in the selected basins. The 2002–07 monthly GRACE data used in this study

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Tosiyuki Nakaegawa

the effects of latitude on pixel area. The conventional per-pixel agreement indices, defined as Cohen’s κ or as the ratio of the trace of the contingency matrix to the total number of the pixels ( Jensen 1996 ; Frey and Smith 2007 ), do not work for the three water-related land cover types because the global total area of a specific water-related land cover type is far smaller than the global total remaining area. A contingency matrix for two classes ( Table 4 )—for example, a specific water

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