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Comparison of Modeled and Observed Changes in Indices of Daily Climate Extremes

PI: Dmitry Kiktev
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Additional Investigators: E.Ran'kova, M.Bardin
Abstract:
Results of IPCC models runs with various forcing combinations will be used to estimate the antropogenic effect on recent changes in temperature and precipitation extremes. The use of a variety of climate models will allow us to address some of the issues surrounding model uncertainty. Newly available near-global observational datasets of temperature and precipitation extremes
will be used for objective comparison with modeled data.
Publications:
  • Kiktev D., J.Caesar, L.Alexander, H.Shiogama, M.Collier, 2007: Comparison of observed and multi-modeled trends in annual extremes of temperature and precipitation. Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, L10702, 10.1029/2007GL029539. Abstract. Edit.
  • Kiktev, D., J.Caesar, L.V. Alexander, Comparison of climatologies and trends in extremes of temperature and precipitation in the 2nd half of the XXth century from the results of modeling and observations. Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics. In press. Abstract. Edit.

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