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Scaling precipitation extremes with temperature in the Mediterranean: past climate assessment and projection in anthropogenic scenarios

Abstract : Future climate change projections indicate that many temperature and precipitation extremes become more frequent and intense in a warmer climate on a global scale, and concomitantly the risks of severe impacts to society will increase, calling for proactive adaptation measures. In order to support the adaptation decision making process, information on climate extremes is especially needed on a regional to local scale including time scales from sub-seasons to decades.
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Philippe Drobinski, Nicolas da Silva, Geremy Panthou, Sophie Bastin, Caroline Muller, et al.. Scaling precipitation extremes with temperature in the Mediterranean: past climate assessment and projection in anthropogenic scenarios. ICRC-CORDEX 2016, the International Conference on Regional Climate, May 2016, Stockholm, Sweden. ⟨insu-02339051⟩

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