Downscaling of GCM output; studies of climate extremes
A statistical downscaling method (bias-correction and spatial disaggregation: BCSD) is applied to general circulation models (GCMs) from the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5) to generate high-resolution downscaled precipitation, maximum temperature, and minimum temperature estimates under historical and three future emission scenarios over the Northeastern United States.
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Karmalkar, A., Annual Meeting 2015 of the Society of Wetland Scientists in Providence, RI, on the Climate Change and Wetlands panel. 3 June 2015. http://swsannualmeeting.org/Program/special-events.html
Ning, L., 8th Annual NOAA Crest Symposium 2013, New York City: Vlimat and Extreme Weather Impacts on Urban Costal Communities: "Winter climate extremes over the northeast United States and teleconnections"