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Toward Hydrological Projections on the Niger River based on Geoengineering Scenarios
Salif Koné
Department of Geology, Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs -Abderhamane Baba Touré (ENI-ABT)
410, Av. Van Vollenhoven, BP: 242, Phone: (+223) 20 22 27 36 / 76 39 60 09, Bamako-Mali.
Email: [email protected]
Early Career Summer Workshop
on Geoengineering
July 20-24 , 2015
NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, USA
Idealised Geoengineering Scenarios (in red) and Climate Pathways (in Blue)
Source : Kravitz et al. 2011
Climate Change Impacts Assessment on River Basin
Process-oriented models classification
Adapted from Ghosh S. and Misra C. 2010
Adapted from Bourdin et al. (2012)
Simple hypothesis of 10% decrease in precipitation over Niger river Basin
Framework : GR2M / SimulHyd
Hydrologic Model
High Niger river Basin at Koulikoro
(West Africa)
Adapted from
SimulHyd hydrologic models using
a simple hypothesis of 10%
decrease in precipitation over
Niger river Basin without a
convolution with GCM output.
More rigorous modeling studies
are therefore necessary and will be
based on CMIP5 and GeoMIP5
simulation outputs using some
other hydrologic models.
(a) Hydrometric Projection over 2010-2039
(b) Projection over 2010-2039; (c) Projection over 2040-2079
Koné S. (2015)
References :
Dominique R. Bourdin , Sean W. Fleming & Roland B. Stull (2012): Streamflow Modelling: A Primer on Applications, Approaches and Challenges, Atmosphere-Ocean, 50:4, 507-536 .
Subimal Ghosh1,* and Chaitali Misra, (2010), Assessing Hydrological Impacts of Climate Change: Modeling Techniques and Challenges, The Open Hydrology Journal, 2010, 4, 115-121
Salif Koné (2015). Apport de la Géostatistique `a la Modélisation Hydrologique : Etude de Bassins Hydrologiques en Zone Soudano-Sahéienne. Hydrology. Institut Supérieur de Formation et de Recherche Appliquée, ISFRA-USJPB, Bamako- Mali,
2015. French. <tel-01166018>
Kravitz, B., Robock, A., Boucher, O., Schmidt, H., Taylor, K. E., Stenchikov, G. and Schulz, M. (2011) “ The Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project (GeoMIP)”, Atmospheric Science Letters, 12(2), pp. 162 -167.