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  • Can correcting feature location in simulated mean climate improve agreement on projected changes? 

    Levy, AAL; Ingram, W; Jenkinson, M; Huntingford, C; Lambert, FH; Allen, M (American Geophysical Union, 2013-01-17)
    To the extent that deficiencies in GCM simulations of precipitation are due to persistent errors of location and timing, correcting the spatial and seasonal distribution of features would provide a physically based improvement ...
  • Increasing the detectability of external influence on precipitation by correcting feature location in GCMs 

    Levy, AAL; Jenkinson, M; Ingram, W; Lambert, FH; Huntingford, C; Allen, M (American Geophysical Union, 2014-11-18)
    ©2014. American Geophysical Union. All Rights Reserved. Understanding how precipitation varies as the climate changes is essential to determining the true impact of global warming. This is a difficult task not only due to ...
  • Mapping the climate change challenge 

    Hallegatte, S; Rogelj, J; Allen, M; Clarke, L; Edenhofer, O; Field, CB; Friedlingstein, P; Van Kesteren, L; Knutti, R; Mach, KJ; Mastrandrea, M; Michel, A; Minx, J; Oppenheimer, M; Plattner, GK; Riahi, K; Schaeffer, M; Stocker, TF; Van Vuuren, DP (Nature Publishing Group, 2016-06-23)
    Discussions on a long-term global goal to limit climate change, in the form of an upper limit to warming, were only partially resolved at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change negotiations in Paris, ...