A physically based hydroclimatological model (AMUNDSEN) is used to assess
future climate change impacts on the cryosphere and hydrology of the
Ötztal Alps (Austria) until 2100. The model is run in 100 m spatial and
3 h temporal resolution using in total 31 down... View more
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