The speed and magnitude of the climate change we are facing today is unprecedented. Heatwaves, droughts, floods… We are feeling its effects on our daily lives, year after year. Its impacts will increase at least until 2050 and every region of Europe will be affected.
Europe’s climate in 2050
Reducing uncertainty in local climate projections
Making the last quarantine profitable by developing an application based on R Shiny, illustrating the Kriging for Climate Change method to provide constrained local climate projections. A good complement to the IPCC interactive atlas, which is only based on raw simulations.
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Saïd Qasmi, C. Cassou, & J. Boé, Modulation of the Occurrence of Heatwaves over the Euro-Mediterranean Region by the Intensity of the Atlantic Multidecadal Variability, Journal of Climate 34, 1099–1114.ABSTRACT DOI PDF