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Improving understanding of precipitation with medical image registration

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Changes to the hydrological cycle under global warming are expected to involve both intensification of the hydrological cycle and changes in the location of key features. Thus, differences between General Circulation Models (GCMs) in simulated local precipitation changes may arise in part from location biases in the models' mean climates. Combined with the large internal variability and short spatial scales of precipitation, as well as the limited observational record, such biases would ex...

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NE/I00680X/1 (HYDRA)
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