Commit df4457ff authored by Mahé Perrette's avatar Mahé Perrette
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fixed typo % land rcp2.6 end of century

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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Iran’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 33300 km<sup>2</sup> (2.0% of the land area). The level of change ranges from 0.1% to 10.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Iran’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 64800 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 4.0% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 8.6% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from 1500 to 165500 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 154100 km<sup>2</sup> (9.5% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 40000 km<sup>2</sup> (9.5% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 46800 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 56800 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 154100 km<sup>2</sup> (9.5% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 40000 km<sup>2</sup> (2.5% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 46800 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 56800 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Iraq’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 14200 km<sup>2</sup> (3.3% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -0.0% to 21.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Iraq’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 15100 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 3.5% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 18.2% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -200 to 93600 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 35700 km<sup>2</sup> (8.2% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 17200 km<sup>2</sup> (8.2% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 10600 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 29800 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 35700 km<sup>2</sup> (8.2% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 17200 km<sup>2</sup> (4.0% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 10600 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 29800 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Israel’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 1200 km<sup>2</sup> (5.8% of the land area). The level of change ranges from 0.3% to 44.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Israel’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 1700 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 7.8% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 26.7% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from 100 to 9600 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 4200 km<sup>2</sup> (19.3% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 1200 km<sup>2</sup> (19.3% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 1300 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 2100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 4200 km<sup>2</sup> (19.3% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 1200 km<sup>2</sup> (5.6% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 1300 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 2100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Italy’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 5200 km<sup>2</sup> (1.8% of the land area). The level of change ranges from 0.0% to 17.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Italy’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 8700 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 2.9% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.1% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from 0 to 52600 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 15300 km<sup>2</sup> (5.2% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 6900 km<sup>2</sup> (5.2% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 4100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 5000 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 15300 km<sup>2</sup> (5.2% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 6900 km<sup>2</sup> (2.4% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 4100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 5000 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Jamaica’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already smaller and amount to 0 km<sup>2</sup> (0.0% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -1.4% to 3.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Jamaica’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to decrease by 0 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 0.0% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -100 to 300 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 0 km<sup>2</sup> (0.3% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> (0.3% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 0 km<sup>2</sup> (0.3% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> (0.0% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Jordan’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 3400 km<sup>2</sup> (3.9% of the land area). The level of change ranges from 0.0% to 43.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Jordan’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 4800 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 5.4% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 26.5% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from 0 to 38200 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 8800 km<sup>2</sup> (9.9% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 4500 km<sup>2</sup> (9.9% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 4200 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 4700 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 8800 km<sup>2</sup> (9.9% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 4500 km<sup>2</sup> (5.0% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 4200 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 4700 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Japan’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 300 km<sup>2</sup> (0.1% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -0.1% to 2.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Japan’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 400 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 0.1% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.0% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -300 to 7400 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 1100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.3% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> (0.3% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 1000 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 1400 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 1100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.3% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> (0.0% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 1000 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 1400 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Kazakhstan’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already smaller and amount to -100 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.0% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -0.8% to 4.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kazakhstan’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 1800 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 0.1% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.2% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -21500 to 133400 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 17300 km<sup>2</sup> (0.6% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach -1300 km<sup>2</sup> (0.6% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 8300 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 9300 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 17300 km<sup>2</sup> (0.6% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach -1300 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.0% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 8300 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 9300 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Kenya’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.0% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -1.6% to 6.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kenya’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 300 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 0.0% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.3% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -8900 to 39300 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 400 km<sup>2</sup> (0.1% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 2100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.1% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 400 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 700 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 400 km<sup>2</sup> (0.1% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 2100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.4% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 400 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 700 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Kyrgyzstan’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 1100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.6% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -1.4% to 12.7% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kyrgyzstan’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 300 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 0.2% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.9% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -2700 to 24300 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 2800 km<sup>2</sup> (1.5% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 1600 km<sup>2</sup> (1.5% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 2500 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 600 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 2800 km<sup>2</sup> (1.5% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 1600 km<sup>2</sup> (0.9% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 2500 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 600 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Cambodia’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.0% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -1.0% to 2.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cambodia’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 0 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 0.0% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.4% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -1800 to 5100 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to decrease by 0 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.0% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 500 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.0% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 400 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to decrease by 0 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.0% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 500 km<sup>2</sup> (0.3% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 400 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Republic of Korea’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already smaller and amount to 0 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.0% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -1.7% to 4.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Republic of Korea’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 100 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 0.1% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.1% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -1700 to 3900 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 200 km<sup>2</sup> (0.2% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> (0.2% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 200 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and -100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 200 km<sup>2</sup> (0.2% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> (0.0% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 200 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and -100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Kuwait’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.5% of the land area). The level of change ranges from 0.0% to 52.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kuwait’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 500 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 2.9% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 3.3% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from 0 to 9400 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 1300 km<sup>2</sup> (7.2% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 100 km<sup>2</sup> (7.2% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 200 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 1300 km<sup>2</sup> (7.2% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.4% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 200 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Lao’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 900 km<sup>2</sup> (0.4% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -0.4% to 6.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Lao’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 1200 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 0.5% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.8% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -1000 to 15100 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to decrease by 0 km<sup>2</sup> (0.0% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 1100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.0% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 700 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to decrease by 0 km<sup>2</sup> (0.0% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 1100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.5% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 700 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Lebanon’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 400 km<sup>2</sup> (3.7% of the land area). The level of change ranges from 0.6% to 20.3% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Lebanon’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 800 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 7.4% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 14.5% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from 100 to 2100 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 1900 km<sup>2</sup> (18.1% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 400 km<sup>2</sup> (18.1% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 600 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 800 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 1900 km<sup>2</sup> (18.1% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 400 km<sup>2</sup> (4.2% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 600 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 800 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Liberia’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 200 km<sup>2</sup> (0.2% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -0.2% to 12.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Liberia’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 600 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 0.7% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.9% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -200 to 12400 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 500 km<sup>2</sup> (0.5% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.5% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 500 km<sup>2</sup> (0.5% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 100 km<sup>2</sup> (0.1% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Libya’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 40200 km<sup>2</sup> (2.3% of the land area). The level of change ranges from 0.0% to 36.6% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Libya’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to increase by 54500 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 3.1% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 28.2% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from 0 to 642400 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 121200 km<sup>2</sup> (6.9% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 76400 km<sup>2</sup> (6.9% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 67100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 48500 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to increase by 121200 km<sup>2</sup> (6.9% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 76400 km<sup>2</sup> (4.4% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 67100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 48500 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Sri Lanka’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already larger and amount to 0 km<sup>2</sup> (0.0% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -0.3% to 0.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Sri Lanka’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to decrease by 0 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. 0.0% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.2% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -200 to 300 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to decrease by 0 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.0% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 400 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.0% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to decrease by 0 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.0% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach 400 km<sup>2</sup> (0.6% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Lithuania’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already smaller and amount to -100 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.1% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -2.9% to 3.3% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Lithuania’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to decrease by 0 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. -0.1% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.0% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -1800 to 2100 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to decrease by -200 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.3% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach -100 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.3% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 200 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and -200 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to decrease by -200 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.3% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach -100 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.2% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 200 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and -200 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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However, at today’s level of 1°C global warming Latvia’s annual land area affected by droughts is, on average, already smaller and amount to -100 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.1% of the land area). The level of change ranges from -3.5% to 2.8% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Latvia’s annual land area affected by droughts is projected to decrease by -100 km<sup>2</sup> (i.e. -0.1% of the land area) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.1% of the land area would be affected by droughts each year, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -2200 to 1800 km<sup>2</sup>.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to decrease by -200 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.3% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach -100 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.3% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and -100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the land area affected by droughts is expected to decrease by -200 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.3% of the land area) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would only reach -100 km<sup>2</sup> (-0.1% of the land area). By the middle of the century, changes reach 0 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP2.6 and -100 km<sup>2</sup> under RCP6.0.
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