How well can a convection-permitting climate model reproduce decadal statistics of precipitation, temperature and cloud characteristics?

@article{Brisson2016HowWC,
  title={How well can a convection-permitting climate model reproduce decadal statistics of precipitation, temperature and cloud characteristics?},
  author={Erwan Brisson and Kwinten Van Weverberg and Matthias Demuzere and Annemarie Devis and Sajjad Saeed and Martin Stengel and Nicole P. M. van Lipzig},
  journal={Climate Dynamics},
  year={2016},
  volume={47},
  pages={3043-3061}
}
Convection-permitting climate model are promising tools for improved representation of extremes, but the number of regions for which these models have been evaluated are still rather limited to make robust conclusions. In addition, an integrated interpretation of near-surface characteristics (typically temperature and precipitation) together with cloud properties is limited. The objective of this paper is to comprehensively evaluate the performance of a ‘state-of-the-art’ regional convection… CONTINUE READING

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