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Tittel:Scenarios of extreme daily precipitation for Norway under climate change
Ansvar:Thomas Skaugen ... [et al.]
Forfatter:Skaugen, Thomas / Astrup, Marit / Roald, Lars Andreas / Førland, Eirik
Materialtype:NVEs utgivelser
Signatur:556(05)
Utgitt:[Oslo] : NVE, [2004]
Omfang:13 s. - ill., diagr.
Klassenummer:551.509(481) / 551.577.2:551.583(481)
Serie:NVE Reprint ; 137
Emneord:Ekstremnedbør / Klimaforandringer / Klimaendringer / Nedbør-avløpsmodeller / Simuleringsmodeller
Geografiske emneord:Norge
Note:Reprint from: Nordic hydrology vol 35, no.1, pp 1-13.
Har bibliografi
Sammendrag: Abstract: Based on downscale daily precipitation values from the
global climate model of the Max Planck Institute in Hamburg, time series of 20 years
have been generated to describe the current climate of 1980-1999 (control data)
and the future climate of 2030-2049 (scenario data) for Norway. These time series
serve as training data for the Randomised Bartlett-Lewis Rectangular Pulse Model
(RBLRPM), a precipitation simulation model, and time series of 1000 years length
have been generated to assess possible changes in the extreme precipitation
regime due to climate change. The analyses of changes in extreme value patterns
for annual and seasonal values in the scenario and control data sets shows
tendencies towards increased extreme values and seasonal shifts for the scenario
period. A general increase in mean and standard deviation of the extreme value
sample and for values of 10 and 100 years return period is found, although the
regional variability is significant. For some regions the increase is in order of 10 to
50 % for both annual and seasonal values.
Eier:NVE
Eksemplar:3. (3 tilgjengelige)


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1.exTilgjengeligNVENVE-biblioteket556(05)
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