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Climate and land use effects on hydrologic processes and water allocation in a primarily rain-fed, agricultural watershed
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2018)
was projected to increase from 4% to 7%, which resulted in 14% more spring days with soil water content equal or exceeding field capacity in mid-century. However, summer precipitation was projected to decrease -- a critical factor for crop growth. Higher...