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Climatic change,10.1038/259430c0,Nature,John Gribbin

Climatic change   (Citations: 1857)
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Journal: Nature , vol. 259, no. 5542, pp. 430-430, 1976
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    • ...Examples of statistical downscaling methods include changing factor methods (Beniston et al. 2003), regression methods (Huth 1999), weather typing schemes (Vrac et al. 2007), weather generators (Wilks and Wilby 1999), bias correction and spatial disaggregation (BCSD; Wood et al. 2004), and constructed analogues (Hidalgo et al. 2008)...
    • ...Many researchers have concluded that the accuracy of statistical downscaling methods has a geographical and seasonal component (Huth 1999)...

    Feng Zhanget al. Joint variable spatial downscaling

    • ...precipitation time series was tested with the short-cut Bartlett test (Mitchell et al. 1966), the Buishand range test (Buishand 1982), the Von Newmann ratio test (Von Newmann 1941) and the Levene test (Levene 1960)...

    T. Mavromatis. Changes in exceptional hydrological and meteorological weekly event fr...

    • ...The ARIO model (Hallegatte 2008) is based on IO tables and a hybrid modelling methodology, in the spirit of Brookshire et al. (1997)...

    Nicola Rangeret al. An assessment of the potential impact of climate change on flood risk ...

    • ...Intergenerational justice and climate change have received increasing attention in recent years (Page 1999 ;S hue1999; Gardiner 2001; Athanasiou and Baer 2002; Shue 2003; Meyer and Roser 2006; Page 2006)...

    Behnam Taebi. The Morally Desirable Option for Nuclear Power Production

    • ...The range of estimates for global sea-level rise derived from tide gauge records for the 20th century is rather wide, 1–2mm/year (Bindoff et al. 2007)...
    • ...From the range of values given in Table 4 a bound on the global sea-level rise estimates of 1.2–1.6mm/ year could be inferred, depending on the adopted reference frame.Thesevaluesfallwellwithintherangeof1–2mm/year widely quoted for the rise over the last 100 years (Bindoff et al. 2007)...

    Xavier Collilieuxet al. Global sea-level rise and its relation to the terrestrial reference fr...

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