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STARDEX Deliverable D18
To summarise likely changes in extremes at the end of the 21st Century.
This deliverable provides a summary of how the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events may change by the end of the 21st century in response to global warming. The regional information was obtained using state-of-the-art climate modeling and regional downscaling techniques developed during the STARDEX European Union-funded research project.
Please contact Clare Goodess for a PDF.
- M. R. Haylock, G. C. Cawley, C. Harpham, R. L. Wilby and C. M. Goodess, 2005: Downscaling heavy precipitation over the UK: a comparison of dynamical and statistical methods and their future scenarios. Submitted to International Journal of Climatology.
- J. Schmidli, C. M. Goodess, C. Frei, M. R. Haylock, Y. Hundecha, J. Ribalaygua, T. Schmith, 2005: Statistical and Dynamical Downscaling of Precipitation: An Evaluation and Comparison of Scenarios for the European Alps. In preparation.
Last updated: November 2005, Malcolm Haylock