A regional climate palaeosimulation for Europe in the period 1500–1990 – Part 2: Shortcomings and strengths of models and reconstructions

@inproceedings{GmezNavarro2015ARC,
  title={A regional climate palaeosimulation for Europe in the period 1500–1990 – Part 2: Shortcomings and strengths of models and reconstructions},
  author={Juan J G{\'o}mez-Navarro and Oliver Bothe and S. Wagner and Eduardo Zorita and Johannes P. Werner and Juerg Luterbacher and Christoph C Raible and Juan Pedro Mont{\'a}vez},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract. This study compares gridded European seasonal series of surface air temperature (SAT) and precipitation (PRE) reconstructions with a regional climate simulation over the period 1500–1990. The area is analysed separately for nine subareas that represent the majority of the climate diversity in the European sector. In their spatial structure, an overall good agreement is found between the reconstructed and simulated climate features across Europe, supporting consistency in both products… CONTINUE READING

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