Downscaling Simulations of future Global Climate with Application to Hydrologic Modeling

@inproceedings{Salathe2005DownscalingSO,
  title={Downscaling Simulations of future Global Climate with Application to Hydrologic Modeling},
  author={Eric Salathe},
  year={2005}
}
This study approaches the problem of downscaling global climate model simulations with an emphasis on validating and selecting global models. The downscaling method makes minimal, physically-based corrections to the global simulation while preserving much of the statistics of interannual variability in the climate model. Differences among the downscaled results for simulations of present-day climate form a basis for model evaluation. The downscaled results are used to simulate streamflow in the… CONTINUE READING
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