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G. T. Aronica and B. Bonaccorso

-of-river plants, as is the case of the present study, is more vulnerable than impoundment hydropower plants to alteration of rainfall and temperature regimes due to climate change, there is a further interest in modeling approaches for forecasting flow regimes of the Alcantara River under different climatic conditions. To this end, the emphasis of this study is placed on determining and comparing flow duration curves (FDCs), as well as the resulting utilization curves, for current and future scenarios. One of

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Wondmagegn Yigzaw, Faisal Hossain, and Alfred Kalyanapu

countries ( Biswas and Tortajada 2001 ). In recent decades, the climatic impact of change of land use and land cover (LULC) on local, regional, and global climate has been the subject of intensive research ( Woldemichael et al. 2012 ; Degu et al. 2011 ; Hossain et al. 2011 ; Yang et al. 2011 ; Mishra et al. 2010 ; Niehoff et al. 2002 ). Impacts of LULC changes on the hydrological process via atmospheric processes (changes in rainfall patterns) appear to be less understood, even though the impacts

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