Craig L. Patterson, Scott D. Struck, Daniel J. Murray Jr.
1 Department of Environmental Engineering, Technical University of Denmark2 Urban Water Engineering, Department of Environmental Engineering, Technical University of Denmark3 University of Leuven4 Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute5 University of South Australia6 UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education7 DHI Denmark8 McGill University9 University of South Australia10 UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education11 McGill University
Under the umbrella of the IWA/IAHR Joint Committee on Urban Drainage, the International Working Group on Urban Rainfall (IGUR) has reviewed existing methodologies for the analysis of long-term historical and future trends in urban rainfall extremes and their effects on urban drainage systems, due to anthropogenic climate change. Current practices have several limitations and pitfalls, which are important to be considered by trend or climate change impact modellers and users of trend or impact results. The review (Willems et al., 2012) considers the following aspects: analysis of long-term historical trends due to anthropogenic climate change, analysis of long-term future trends due to anthropogenic climate change, and implications for urban drainage infrastructure design and management. A summary is provided in this paper.
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2013: Showcasing the Future, 2013, p. 1131-1135
Clima change; Rainfall; Urban areas; Drainage
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World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2013