Projected Future Changes in Tropical Cyclones Using the CMIP6 HighResMIP Multimodel Ensemble

  title={Projected Future Changes in Tropical Cyclones Using the CMIP6 HighResMIP Multimodel Ensemble},
  author={M. Roberts and Joanne Camp and J. Seddon and P. L. Vidale and K. Hodges and Beno{\^i}t Vanni{\`e}re and Jenny Mecking and R. Haarsma and A. Bellucci and E. Scoccimarro and L. Caron and F. Chauvin and L. Terray and Sophie Valcke and Marie-Pierre Moine and Dian Putrasahan and C. Roberts and R. Senan and Colin Zarzycki and P. Ullrich and Y. Yamada and R. Mizuta and Chihiro Kodama and Dan Fu and Q. Zhang and G. Danabasoglu and N. Rosenbloom and H. Wang and L. Wu},
  journal={Geophysical Research Letters},
  • M. Roberts, Joanne Camp, +26 authors L. Wu
  • Published 2020
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Geophysical Research Letters
  • Abstract Future changes in tropical cyclone properties are an important component of climate change impacts and risk for many tropical and midlatitude countries. In this study we assess the performance of a multimodel ensemble of climate models, at resolutions ranging from 250 to 25 km. We use a common experimental design including both atmosphere‐only and coupled simulations run over the period 1950–2050, with two tracking algorithms applied uniformly across the models. There are overall… CONTINUE READING
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