GEWEXGlobal Energy and Water Cycle Experiment
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The Mackenzie GEWEX Study: A contribution to cold region atmospheric and hydrologic sciences.
In July 2005, several scientists from the Mackenzie GEWEX (Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment) Study, known as MAGS, met with aboriginal people in Deline on the shore of Great Bear Lake to exchange information on climate and water in the region.
En juillet 2005, plusieurs scientifiques de l'etude Mackenzie GEWEX (experience internationale sur l'energie et le cycle hydrologique), connue sous le nom de MAGS, ont rencontre les Autochtones de Deline, sur la cote du Grand lac de l'Ours dans le but d'echanger des donnees sur les conditions climatiques et hydrologiques de la region.
Connections with other GEWEX and World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) activities and initiatives launched under the Coordinated Regional Climate Downscaling Experiment (CORDEX) Flagship Pilot Study (FPS) framework will be established.
The Mackenzie GEWEX (Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment) Study (MAGS) is a multidisciplinary program focused on improving our understanding and prediction of the energy and water cycle of the Mackenzie River Basin (Stewart et al.
This work was supported by the Mackenzie GEWEX (Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment) Study and funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.
Sheffield, 2015: Seasonal forecasting of global hydrologic extremes: System development and evaluation over GEWEX basins.
He is the lead investigator in a large collaborative project known as the Mackenzie GEWEX Study (MAGS), which examines the atmospheric and hydrological aspects of the Mackenzie Basin.
Wood, 2016: The GEWEX LandFlux project: Evaluation of model evaporation using tower-based and globally gridded forcing data.
The Mediterranean has been recognized as a hotspot for climate change, vulnerability, adaptation issues and biodiversity loss; the Mediterranean has been selected as a GEWEX region (HyMeX) and a CLIVAR focus area (Med-CLIVAR); and the contacts between the RCM community and the observation and process community are already very strong, in particular due to long-term initiatives such as HyMeX and Med-CLIVAR.
The system is evaluated over major GEWEX RHP river basins by comparing with ensemble streamflow prediction (ESP).
thesis, was the GEWEX Continental-Scale International Project (GCIP), a joint effort of atmospheric scientists and hydrologists to develop datasets, models, and a conceptual framework for understanding land-atmosphere interactions on seasonal-to-interannual time scales in the Mississippi River basin.
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