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How has climate change affected rivers and streams across the world?

The researchers carried out several computer simulations, using global hydrological models with observed climate data. Image: Unsplash/ Jon Flobrant

Peter Ruegg

Writer, ETH Zurich

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Researchers analyzed data from 7,250 measuring stations worldwide for the study. Image: iStock/ ETH Zurich

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