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Characterizing Climate-Change Impacts on the 1.5-yr Flood Flow in Selected Basins across the United States: A Probabilistic Approach
The U.S. Geological Survey Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) model was applied to basins in 14 different hydroclimatic regions to determine the sensitivity and variability of the freshwater resources of the United States in the face of current climate-change projections. Rather than attempting to choose a most likely scenario from the results of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, an ensemble of climate simulations from five models under three emissions scenarios each was used to drive the basin models. Climate-change scenarios were generated for PRMS by modifying historical precipitation and temperature inputs; mean monthly climate change was derived by calculating changes in mean climates...
Linkage between the occurrence of daily atmospheric circulation patterns and floods: an Arizona case study.
Probabilistic policy experiments: the use of energy-economic-environmental models in the climate change policy process
Voyage acceleration climate: A new method to come to realistic design values for ship motions based on the full motion climate for a particular transport
Evolution of ecological risk assessment: U.S. EPA proposed guidelines as a paradigm with opportunities
Examination of yearly and daily temperature change and its significance to the evaluation of sealant performance