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Abstract Numerous general circulation models (GCMs) have been designed by climate centres to predict future climate. An outstanding issue with the use of GCM output for local applications is the coarse spatial resolution. To produce accurate daily predictions of future climate variables at the...
Abstract Two climatologies, one using an isopycnic approach and the other employing a more classical geopotential approach, are produced for the Labrador Sea region. These differ from existing climatologies through the use of smaller search radii, more data and a carefully chosen depth dependent...
Abstract This study shows how information about climate variability can be valuable to the understanding of wind regime responses and improvement of wind forecasting skill. To this end we demonstrate the use and value of climate information in accurately determining extreme wind recurrences at...
Abstract Although the Mesoscale Community Compressible (MC2) model successfully reproduces the wind climate (for wind energy development purposes) of the Gaspé region, equivalent simulations for the steep mountainous southern Yukon have been unsatisfactory. An important part of the problem lies...
Abstract Mackenzie River discharge was at a record low in water year (WY) 1995 (October 1994 to September 1995), was near average in WY 1996, and was at a record high in WY 1997. The record high discharge in WY 1997, with above average flow each month, was followed by a record high flow in May...
Abstract The storm of 20–22 January 2000 over Canada's Atlantic Provinces was an exceptional storm for several reasons, these include extremely high coastal ocean waves, widespread coastal damage due to the storm surge, very strong winds over a large area, an extremely fast deepening rate, and a...
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