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This study examines space-time characteristics of seasonal rainfall predictability in a tropical region, by analyzing observed data and model simulations over Senegal. Predictability is analyzed in terms of the spatial coherence of observed interannual variability at the station scale, and within-ensemble coherence of general circulation model (GCM)(More)
This study examines the spatial coherence characteristics of daily station observations of rainfall in 5 tropical regions during the principal rainfall season(s): the Brazilian Nordeste, Senegal, Kenya, Northwestern India and Northern Queensland. The rainfall networks include between 9 and 81 stations, and 29-70 seasons of observations. Seasonal-mean(More)
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