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DATE

2012-09-16

AUTHORS

Geert Lenderink

ABSTRACT

Climate model projections of future precipitation extremes in the tropics are highly uncertain. Observations of year-to-year variations in extremes of present-day climate help to narrow down these projections to a rise in extreme rainfall by 6–14% per °C of warming.

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689-690

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ngeo1587

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