Trends of intense cyclone activity in the Arctic from reanalyses data and regional climate models (Arctic-CORDEX)

Akperov, M.; Rinke, A.; Mokhov, I. I.; Matthes, H.; Semenov, V. A.; Adakudlu, M.; Cassano, J.; Christensen, J. H.; Dembitskaya, M. A.; Dethloff, K.; Fettweis, X.; Glisan, J.; Gutjahr, O.; Heinemann, G.; Koenigk, T.; Koldunov, N. V.; Laprise, R.; Mottram, R.; Nikiéma, O.; Parfenova, M.; Scinocca, J. F.; Sein, D.; Sobolowski, S.; Winger, K. et Zhang, W. (2019). « Trends of intense cyclone activity in the Arctic from reanalyses data and regional climate models (Arctic-CORDEX) ». IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 231, 012003.

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The ability of state-of-the-art regional climate models (RCMs) to simulate the trends of intense cyclone activity in the Arctic is assessed based on an ensemble of 13 simulations from 11 models from the Arctic-CORDEX initiative. Some models employ large-scale spectral nudging techniques. Cyclone characteristics simulated by the ensemble in winter and summer are compared with the results from four reanalyses (ERA-Interim, NCEP-CFSR, NASA-MERRA2 and JMA-JRA55) in winter and summer for 1981-2010 period.

Type: Article de revue scientifique
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Mots-clés ou Sujets: Regional climate models, Atmospheric turbulence, cyclone, arctic
Unité d'appartenance: Centres institutionnels > Centre pour l'étude et la simulation du climat à l'échelle régionale (ESCER)
Faculté des sciences > Département des sciences de la Terre et de l'atmosphère
Déposé par: delegation Sylvie Goulet
Date de dépôt: 04 avr. 2019 07:48
Dernière modification: 04 avr. 2019 07:48
Adresse URL : http://archipel.uqam.ca/id/eprint/12407

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