Simulation of present-day climate of tropical Africa Using the Hadley Centre regional climate modeling system . AIACC AF 20 Project Andre F. KAMGA , Gregory. S. Jenkins , Amadou T. Gaye , Adamou Garba , A. Sarr, and A. Adedoyin.
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AIACC AF 20 Project
Andre F. KAMGA , Gregory. S. Jenkins , Amadou T. Gaye , Adamou Garba , A. Sarr, and A. Adedoyin
Acquiring knowledge of possible future climate change for the next decades will facilitate design and implementation of adaptation strategies.
Precis is a regional climate modeling system developed by UK Metoffice Hadley Centre for climate prediction and research.The Hadley center regional climate modeling system have been used to conduct experiments over Europe, India and Southern Africa.
The Boundary Conditions Are Provided by a 30 Year ( 1961-1990) Integration of HADAM3H Which Is an Atmospheric Higher Resolution (150 Km) Version of HADCM3.
CONCLUSION noted in the driving GCM leading to a reduction of static stability, promotion of convective ascent, and intensification of the hydrological cy« The annual cycle of precipitation and temperature are well simulated by the RCM from sub-continental to sub-country scales. Sub-continental to sub-country scale areas that have experienced heavy precipitation and high temperatures are reasonably well captured. »RCM runs with Reanalysis as driving data may shed some lights on the extent to which the main source of RCM biases are the driving GCM data.
To improve our capacity to interpret and use models, extensive validation experiments are needed and relationships between scenarios verification and scenarios value could be investigated.
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