Enhanced future variability during India's rainy season

@inproceedings{Menon2013EnhancedFV,
  title={Enhanced future variability during India's rainy season},
  author={Arathy Menon and Anders Levermann and Jacob Schewe},
  year={2013}
}
[1] The Indian summer monsoon shapes the livelihood of a large share of the world's population. About 80% of annual precipitation over India occurs during the monsoon season from June through September. Next to its seasonal mean rainfall, the day-to-day variability is crucial for the risk of flooding, national water supply, and agricultural productivity. Here we show that the latest ensemble of climate model simulations, prepared for the AR-5 of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change… CONTINUE READING

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