Extension of the SIM Reanalysis by Combination of Observations and Statistical Downscaling
In the framework of climate change, it appears necessary to better understand the natural variability over the 20th century of hydrometeorological variables at very fine spatial scales over France. The study of long climate datasets is also required to isolate the contribution of natural decadal variability from that of anthropogenic forcing to climate variations.
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