Potential for added value in precipitation simulated by high-resolution nested Regional Climate Models and observations

@article{Luca2011PotentialFA,
  title={Potential for added value in precipitation simulated by high-resolution nested Regional Climate Models and observations},
  author={Alejandro Di Luca and Ram{\'o}n de El{\'i}a and Ren{\'e} Laprise},
  journal={Climate Dynamics},
  year={2011},
  volume={38},
  pages={1229-1247}
}
  • Alejandro Di Luca, Ramón de Elía, René Laprise
  • Published in Climate Dynamics 2011
  • Geology
  • Regional Climate Models (RCMs) constitute the most often used method to perform affordable high-resolution regional climate simulations. The key issue in the evaluation of nested regional models is to determine whether RCM simulations improve the representation of climatic statistics compared to the driving data, that is, whether RCMs add value. In this study we examine a necessary condition that some climate statistics derived from the precipitation field must satisfy in order that the RCM… CONTINUE READING

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