CLIMATE AND HYDROLOGICAL CHANGES IN SLOVENIA’S PODRAVJE REGION BETWEEN 1961 AND 2018

This article examines different annual trends in the climate and hydrological changes in the Slovenian part of the Drava Basin (Sln. Podravje) between 1961 and 2018. Climate change is primarily reflected in the rising average annual temperatures and a significantly shorter duration of snow cover. In terms of hydrological changes, a decrease in the average annual minimum and mean annual discharge can be observed, whereas the average maximum and absolute discharge is increasing in places. In addition to the water volume, changes can also be observed in the rivers’ discharge regimes, which may indicate a smaller probability of spring floods, but conversely a higher probability of fall floods.

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