Comment on “The added value to global model projections of climate change by dynamical downscaling: A case study over the continental U.S. using the GISS-ModelE2 and WRF models” by Racherla et al.: COMMENT ON THE PAPER BY RACHERLA ET AL.

@inproceedings{Laprise2014CommentO,
  title={Comment on “The added value to global model projections of climate change by dynamical downscaling: A case study over the continental U.S. using the GISS-ModelE2 and WRF models” by Racherla et al.: COMMENT ON THE PAPER BY RACHERLA ET AL.},
  author={Ren{\'e} Laprise},
  year={2014}
}
Racherla et al. [2012, hereinafter RSF12] analyzed two decades, 1968–1978 and 1995–2005, comparing time slices of global and regional climate models simulations with analyses of observations and in particular verifying the skill of models at capturing the changes in seasonal mean surface air temperature and precipitation between the two decades over 11 regions of the U.S. The global simulation is from the Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS)-ModelE2 coupled atmosphere-ocean global climate… CONTINUE READING
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