Articles | Volume 26, issue 5
Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 26, 1481–1506, 2022
Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 26, 1481–1506, 2022

Research article 18 Mar 2022

Research article | 18 Mar 2022

Contrasting changes in hydrological processes of the Volta River basin under global warming

Moctar Dembélé et al.

Data sets

Database for the manuscript ``Improving the predictive skill of a distributed hydrological model by calibration on spatial patterns with multiple satellite datasets'' M. Dembélé

Model code and software

mesoscale Hydrologic Model (v5.9) L. Samaniego, R. Kumar, S. Thober, O. Rakovec, R. Schweppe, D. Schäfer, M. Schrön, J. Brenner, C. M. Demirel, M. Kaluza, M. Jing, B. Langenberg, and S. Attinger

Short summary
Climate change impacts on water resources in the Volta River basin are investigated under various global warming scenarios. Results reveal contrasting changes in future hydrological processes and water availability, depending on greenhouse gas emission scenarios, with implications for floods and drought occurrence over the 21st century. These findings provide insights for the elaboration of regional adaptation and mitigation strategies for climate change.