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M. Sekhar, M. Shindekar, Sat K. Tomer, and P. Goswami

( Zekster and Loaiciga 1993 ; Allen et al. 2004 ; Green et al. 2007 ; Scibek et al. 2007 ), most of these are limited to impacts on recharge and discharge conditions in moderate/large size catchments. Hansen and Dettinger ( Hansen and Dettinger 2005 ) performed a study focusing on linkage between global-scale climate variations and local groundwater response for a coastal aquifer basin of Southern California. Simulations using multiple ensembles of the ECHAM-3.6 were explored by incorporating the

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G. T. Aronica and B. Bonaccorso

are expected to affect hydropower generation. Climate change will most likely increase the frequency of droughts and water scarcity in some areas, such as southern and southeastern parts of Europe, which already suffer water stress ( Bernstein et al. 2007 ). Particularly interesting, as important indicators of global warming, are the projected trends of climate variables such as temperature and rainfall on the Mediterranean area. In this region, according to Christensen et al. ( Christensen et al

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