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    • Assessment of urban flood resilience in Barcelona for current and future scenarios: the RESCCUE project 

      Russo, Beniamino; Velasco, Marc; Locatelli, Luca; Sunyer, David; Yubero, Daniel; Monjo, Robert; Martínez Gomariz, Eduardo; Forero Ortiz, Edwar Andres; Sánchez Muñoz, Daniel; Evans, Barry; González Gómez, Andoni (2020-07)
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      The results of recent climate projections for the city of Barcelona show a relevant increment of the maximum rainfall intensities for the period 2071–2100. Considering the city as a system of systems, urban resilience is ...
    • Climate Change Implications for Water Availability: A Case Study of Barcelona City 

      Forero Ortiz, Edwar Andres; Martínez Gomariz, Eduardo; Monjo, Robert (2020-03-01)
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      Barcelona city has a strong dependence on the Ter and Llobregat reservoir system to provide drinking water. One main concern for the next century is a potential water scarcity triggered by a severe and persistent rainfall ...
    • Increased urban resilience to climate change: key outputs from the RESCCUE project 

      Velasco, Marc; Russo, Beniamino; Monjo, Robert; Paradinas, César; Djordjevic, S.; Evans, Barry; Martínez Gomariz, Eduardo; Guerrero Hidalga, María; Cardoso, María Adriana; Salgado Brito, Rita; Pacheco Modesto, David (2020-12)
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      RESCCUE is an H2020 research project that aims to help cities around the world to become more resilient to physical, social, and economic challenges, using the water sector as the central point of the approach. Since 2016, ...
    • Likely effects of climate change on groundwater availability in a Mediterranean region of Southeastern Spain 

      Moutahir, Hassane; Bellot Pujalte, Pau; Monjo, Robert; Bellot, Juan; García Ferrandez, Miguel Antonio; Touhami, Issam (2016-12-29)
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      Groundwater resources are typically the main fresh water source in arid and semi-arid regions. Natural recharge of aquifers is mainly based on precipitation; however, only heavy precipitation events (HPEs) are expected to ...