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Gosling, Simon and Zaherpour, Jamal and Mount, Nick J. and Hattermann, Fred and Dankers, Rutger and Arheimer, Berit and Breuer, Lutz and Ding, Jie and Haddeland, Ingjerd and Kumar, Rohini and Kundu, Dipangkar and Liu, Junguo and van Griensven, Ann and Veldkamp, Ted and Vetter, Tobias and Wang, Xiaoyan and Zhang, Xinxin (2016) A comparison of changes in river runoff from multiple global and catchment-scale hydrological models under global warming scenarios of 1°C, 2°C and 3°C. Climatic Change . ISSN 1573-1480

Met Office, (UKMO) and Gosling, Simon N. and Dunn, Robert and Carrol, Fiona and Christidis, Nikos and Fullwood, John and Gusmao, Diogo de and Golding, Nicola and Good, Lizzie and Hall, Trish and Kendon, Lizzie and Kennedy, John and Lewis, Kirsty and McCarthy, Rachel and McSweeney, Carol and Morice, Colin and Parker, David and Perry, Matthew and Stott, Peter and Willett, Kate and Allen, Miles and Arnell, Nigel and Bernie, Dan and Betts, Richard and Bowerman, Niel and Brak, Bastiaan and Caesar, John and Challinor, Andy and Dankers, Rutger and Hewer, Fiona and Huntingford, Chris and Jenkins, Alan and Klingaman, Nick and Lowe, Jason and Lloyd-Hughes, Ben and Miller, James and Nicholls, Robert and Noguer, Maria and Otto, Friedreike and van der Linden, Paul and Warren, Rachel (2011) Climate: observations, projections and impacts. Met Office.

Hattermann, Fred and Krysanova, V. and Gosling, Simon N. and Dankers, Rutger and Daggupati, P. and Donnelly, C. and Flörke, M. and Huang, S. and Motovilov, Y. and Buda, S. and Yang, T. and Müller, C. and Leng, G. and Tang, Q. and Portmann, F.T. and Hagemann, S. and Gerten, D. and Wada, Y. and Masaki, Y. and Alemayehu, T. and Satoh, Y. and Samaniego, L. (2017) Cross‐scale intercomparison of climate change impacts simulated by regional and global hydrological models in eleven large river basins. Climatic Change . ISSN 1573-1480

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