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zarei Y, mohammad khorshiddoust A, Rezaeei banafsheh M, rostamzadeh H. Comparative detection of climate change in two climate zones, very humid - temperate and cold mountainous (Case study: Bandar Anzali and Shahrekord). Journal of Spatial Analysis Environmental Hazards 2020; 6 (4) :109-122
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1- Tabriz University , yousef.zarei90@gmail.com
2- Tabriz University
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Among the important challenges facing water resources of the country, one can mention the phenomenon of climate change and its impacts. The General Circulation Models (GCMs) can provide the best information about the response to increasing the concentration of greenhouse gases. Since the outputs of this model do not have sufficient time and space accuracy for studies on the effects of climate change, the output data of small general circulation models need to be quantitative. In this study, the SDSM statistical magnitudes and the CanemS2 model for climate change assessment, which are presented in the fifth report of the IPCC Comes under three scenarios RCP2.6, RCP4.5 and RCP8.5. The daily minimum temperature, maximum and precipitation rates of the synoptic station of Shahrekord (Cold mountain region) and Bandar Anzali (very humid and temperate climatic zone) are utilized and the parameters are for the period of 2040-2011, 2070-2070, and 2071-2099. Is. The results of the study show that the SDSM model has high accuracy and high efficiency in the climatic zone of very humid and temperate (Bandar Anzali) relative to the cold cliff (Shahrekord). However, the model has an acceptable ability to simulate the parameters in both areas. Under all three scenarios, RCP will experience the minimum and maximum temperature and precipitation in both climatic zones in all three times, but the cold climatic zone will be more affected by the climate change phenomenon.
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Received: 2019/02/22 | Accepted: 2019/11/7 | Published: 2020/03/17

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