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This research evaluates the responses of hydrology and geomorphology regarding climate change and illustrates the change in regional streamflow during the period 1955-2001. The Neches River Basin, Texas, is an important source of water for farming, cities, and electrical power production. A 15.9% increase in precipitation and a 20.4% increase in streamflow discharge were observed. The areas of river-flow boundaries also increased. The hydrologic changes appear to be associated with the geomorphic adjustments. To accomplish this research, the Neches River Basin is evaluated using hydro-climate data, historical aerial photography, and GIS in a multiscale approach by using linked geomorphic systems. Changes in the streamflow discharge are main factors that must be considered in undertaking a hydrological impact assessment of climate change.


Hydrology, Texas, water resources, Neches River Basin, climate change.

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