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From climate model ensembles to climate change impacts and adaptation: a case study of water resource management in the southwest of England

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The majority of climate change impacts and adaptation studies so far have been based on at most a few deterministic realizations of future climate, usually representing different emissions scenarios. Large ensembles of climate models are increasingly available either as ensembles of opportunity or perturbed physics ensembles, providing a wealth of additional data that is potentially useful for improving adaptation strategies to climate change. Because of the novelty of this ensemble informati...

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10.1029/2008WR007499

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University of London
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Tyndall Centre for Climate Change and Climate Systems
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Tyndall Centre for Climate Change and Climate Systems
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Environment Agency, Bristol, UK
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Science Department
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Environment Agency, Exeter, UK
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Water Resources Planning
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American Geophysical Union
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45
Article number:
W08419
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2009-08-01
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0043–1397
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English
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2010-11-19

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