Consistent geographical patterns of changes in high-impact European heatwaves

@inproceedings{Fischer2010ConsistentGP,
  title={Consistent geographical patterns of changes in high-impact European heatwaves},
  author={Erich M Fischer and Christoph M. Sch{\"a}r},
  year={2010}
}
Climate-change projections suggest that European summer heatwaves will become more frequent and severe during this century. An analysis of a set of high-resolution regional climate simulations reveals consistent geographical patterns in these changes, with the most severe health impacts in southern European river basins and along the Mediterranean coasts. 

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