NARCCAP

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NARCCAPNorth American Regional Climate Change Assessment Program
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We therefore determined that in order to minimize the impact of secondary climate variables, we would only use NARCCAP data pertaining to dry-bulb temperature, wet-bulb temperature, atmospheric pressure and corresponding atmospheric variables that could be calculated directly from these primary variables (e.g., enthalpy).
We therefore determined that in order to minimize the impact of secondary climate variables, we would only use NARCCAP data pertaining to drybulb temperature, wetbulb temperature, atmospheric pressure and corresponding atmospheric variables that could be calculated directly from these primary variables (e.g.
Our study combined the solar radiation analyses method as described by Wilcox and Marion (2008) together with dynamically downscaled climate change information generated under NARCCAP to produce scenarios of future typical meteorological years for the middle of the 21st century.
BACKGROUND ON NARCCAP. NARCCAP was developed to 1) explore the uncertainties in regional climate change based on a set of GCMs driving a set of RCMs; 2) provide climate change scenarios for use by the impacts and adaptation communities; and 3) provide further evaluation of RCMs.
The corrected fine-scale present-day maps of mean monthly [T.sub.max] from Figure 4(c) can be used to estimate future temperatures in the habitat of P shenandoah and in SNP using a temperature change obtained from the NARCCAP RCMs.
The North American Regional Climate Change Analysis Project (NARCCAP; Mearns et al.
This would have been impossible to achieve without collaborations such as the North American Regional Climate Change Assessment Program (NARCCAP; see Mearns et al.
J., and Coauthors, 2010: Regional, extreme monthly precipitation simulated by NARCCAP RCMs.
The latter has emerged as the most important player in the transmission of climate information to users [in the first publication of the North American Regional Climate Change Assessment Program (NARCCAP; Mearns et al.