Testing the limits of regional climate analogue studies: an Australian example

@inproceedings{Kellett2015TestingTL,
  title={Testing the limits of regional climate analogue studies: an Australian example},
  author={Jon Kellett and Cathryn Hamilton and David Ness and Stephen Pullen},
  year={2015}
}
Using temporal or spatial analogues is a well developed technique for comparative studies that can shed light on past environments or inform changes in practice by reference to analogue locations. Recently, studies have begun to employ analogue techniques to inform on future conditions under climate change. This paper explores the breadth of application of analogue approaches and seeks to question whether there are the limits to the way in which the technique can be applied. We consider the… CONTINUE READING

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