Gabriel Cazes

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The El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) has an established impact on precipitation in Uruguay during austral spring (October–December); it is absent in peak summer (January–February), and returns weakly in fall-winter (March–July). Interannual and intraseasonal variability of the atmospheric circulation over South America and the South Pacific is(More)
Uruguay is currently undergoing a gradual process of inclusion of wind energy in its matrix of electric power generation. In this context, a computational tool has been developed to predict the electrical power that will be injected into the grid. The tool is based on the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) numerical model, which is the performance(More)
This paper presents an efficient parallel algorithm for the problem of converting satellite imagery in binary files. The algorithm was designed to update at global scale the land cover information used by the WRF climate model. We present the characteristics of the implemented algorithm, as well as the results of performance analysis and comparisons between(More)
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