Improving Boundary Conditions for Regional Climate Projections

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Regional climate projections are required to facilitate climate change impacts and adaptation research. These projections use boundary conditions from global climate models and through them inherit various biases and errors. This PhD will investigate statistical methods to remove biases and errors from these boundary conditions. If done successfully this will allow the production of more accurate and robust regional climate projections which can be used to improve our resilience to future climate changes.

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Supervisory team
Jason
Evans

Science
Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Ashish
Sharma

Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Gab
Abramowitz

Science
Biological,Earth and Environmental Sciences
jason.evans@unsw.edu.au

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