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Climate Change Modeling and Downscaling: Issues and Methodological Perspectives for the U.S. National Climate Assessment

TitleClimate Change Modeling and Downscaling: Issues and Methodological Perspectives for the U.S. National Climate Assessment
Publication TypeTechnical Report
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsJanetos, Anthony C., and Janetos Anthony C.
Report NumberNCA Report Series, Volume 7
PublisherNational Climate Assessment
City of PublicationArlington, Virginia
Abstract / Summary

The National Climate Assessment (NCA) Report Series summarizes regional, sectoral, and process-related workshops and discussions being held as part of the third National Climate Assessment process. This workshop focused on questions, issues, and methodological perspectives regarding the use of mathematical models for the NCA, as well as the complexities that arise when applying data and models to multiple spatial and temporal scales.

URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.2172/1128658
DOI10.2172/1128658
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Year of Publication: 2012
Report Number: NCA Report Series, Volume 7
Publication Date: 03/2012

The National Climate Assessment (NCA) Report Series summarizes regional, sectoral, and process-related workshops and discussions being held as part of the third National Climate Assessment process. This workshop focused on questions, issues, and methodological perspectives regarding the use of mathematical models for the NCA, as well as the complexities that arise when applying data and models to multiple spatial and temporal scales.

Publisher: National Climate Assessment
City of Publication: Arlington, Virginia
DOI: 10.2172/1128658
Citation:
Janetos, AC.  2012.  Climate Change Modeling and Downscaling: Issues and Methodological Perspectives for the U.S. National Climate Assessment.  National Climate Assessment, Arlington, Virginia.  NCA Report Series, Volume 7.  https://doi.org/10.2172/1128658.