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Christopher Potter, Pusheng Zhang, Steven Klooster, Vanessa Genovese, Shashi Shekhar, and Vipin Kumar

. Piechota , J. A. Dracup , and T. A. McMaho . 1998 . El Niño-Southern Oscillation and Australian rainfall, stream flow, and drought—Links and potential for forecasting. J. Hydrol. 204 : 138 – 149 . Clark , M. P. , M. C. Serreze , and G. J. McCabe . 2001 . Historical effects of El Niño and La Niña events on the seasonal evolution of the montane snowpack in the Columbia and Colorado River Basins. Water Resour. Res. 37 : 741 – 758 . Coe , M. T. 2000 . Modeling terrestrial

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Martin-Pierre Lavigne, Alain N. Rousseau, Richard Turcotte, Anne-Marie Laroche, Jean-Pierre Fortin, and Jean-Pierre Villeneuve

-off characteristics. Agric. For. Meteorol 50 : (1–2), 125 – 138 . Monteith , J. L. 1965 . Evaporation and the environment, in The State and Movement of Water in Living Organisms: 19th Symposium of the Society for Experimental Biology, edited by G.E. Fogg and P.G. Kohn, Cambridge University Press, London, 205–234 . Nash , J. E. and J. V. Sutcliffe . 1970 . River flow forecasting through conceptual models. Part I—A discussion of principles. J. Hydrol 10 : (3), 282 – 290 . Nicolson , J. A

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Christopher Small

, according to most forecasts, until at least the year 2100 ( O'Neill and Balk, 2001 ). At the same time, widespread urbanization has the effect of concentrating the growing population into dense settlements at unprecedented rates ( Meyer and Turner, 1992 ). Near-term (<50 yr) population growth is expected to occur primarily in moderate-sized urban areas of developing countries maintaining high birth rates ( United Nations, 2001 ). This represents a relatively recent change of physical habitat for humans

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