Water flow in Mediterranean rivers will fall 34 percent by the end of the century

PhysOrg: The rising global average temperature induced by climate change will cause regions such as the Mediterranean Basin to become drier and more arid, in turn directly affecting the availability of water. A study has revealed that river flows in this zone will decrease in headwaters, on average, by as much as 34 percent by the year 2100-a figure that will reach 50 percent during the autumn months. 2015 was the warmest year on record: The global......

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