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Title: Multi-scale climate modelling over Southern Africa using a variable-resolution global model
Authors: Engelbrecht, FA
Landman, WA
Engelbrecht, CJ
Landman, S
Bopape, MM
Roux, B
McGregor, JL
Thatcher, M
Keywords: Seamless prediction
Weather and climate
Extremes
Issue Date: Dec-2011
Citation: Engelbrecht, FA, Landman, WA, Engelbrecht, CJ, Landman, S, Bopape, MM, Roux, B, McGregor, JL and Thatcher, M. Multi-scale climate modelling over Southern Africa using a variable-resolution global model. COP 17 Side event of SATREPS-Japan, Durban, 2 December 2011
Series/Report no.: Workflow;8659
Abstract: Examples are provided how a single atmospheric model can be applied across a range of time and spatial scales.
Description: COP 17 Side event of SATREPS-Japan, Durban, 2 December 2011
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5881
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