Examining Regional Climate Model ( RCM ) projections : What do they add to our picture of future climate in the region ?

@inproceedings{Cozzetto2011ExaminingRC,
  title={Examining Regional Climate Model ( RCM ) projections : What do they add to our picture of future climate in the region ?},
  author={Karen Cozzetto},
  year={2011}
}
  • Karen Cozzetto
  • Published 2011
To prepare for future climate change, land and water resource managers want to know how key climate variables, such as temperature and precipitation, may change in the future relative to the present. The principal tools for investigating potential future climate changes on global-to-regional scales are global climate models (GCMs). Because of the relatively coarse spatial resolution of GCM output (100300 km), many user applications of GCM climate projections require processing of the GCM output… CONTINUE READING

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