Spatial Modeling of Winter Temperature and Precipitation in Arizona and New Mexico, USA

@inproceedings{Brown2002SpatialMO,
  title={Spatial Modeling of Winter Temperature and Precipitation in Arizona and New Mexico, USA},
  author={David Paul Brown and Andrew Charles Comrie},
  year={2002}
}
The development of a statistical modeling technique suitable for producing mean and interannual gridded climate datasets for a topographically varying domain is undertaken. Stepwise regression models at 1 × 1 km resolution are generated to estimate mean winter temperature and precipitation for the Southwest United States for the years 1961–1990. Topographic predictor variables are used to explain spatial variance in the datasets. Kriging and inverse distance weighting interpolation algorithms… CONTINUE READING

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