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Examining Indian monsoon variability in coupled climate model simulations and projections

Examining Indian monsoon variability in coupled climate model simulations and projections

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Published by Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology in Pune .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAshwini Kulkarni, et al
The Physical Object
Pagination34 p.
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24525867M
LC Control Number2010327369

  The global monsoon climate variability during the second half of the twentieth century simulated by 21 coupled global climate models (CGCMs) that participated in the World Climate Research Programme’s Coupled Model Intercomparison Project phase 3 (CMIP3) is by:   Simulations and future projections of year‐to‐year variation in global monsoon precipitation (GMP), defined as the summer precipitation amount per unit area within the global monsoon domain, are investigated using the 33 models that participated in Phase 5 of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP5).Cited by: 3.

uncertainty among state-of-the-art coupled GCMs in mean projections of monsoon rainfall. Relatively few studies have examined projected changes to rainfall extremes. Although examining India only in the global context, Meehl et al. () showed a general increase in precipitation intensity over the . This study compares the simulation and prediction skill of the Indian summer monsoon at two different horizontal resolutions viz., T (~ km) and T (~38 km) using 28 years of hindcast runs of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction Climate Forecast System version 2 (CFSv2) by:

Indian monsoon and its variability during the last millennium S. Polanski et al. past monsoon climate in India within the last Millennium. Several paleoclimate studies an analysis of global climate model simulations with the general circulation model ECHAM5. To get a consistent view of the past climate, paleoclimatic model simula-.   Projections of monsoon under climate change scenarios by current climate models are not reliable! Because current climate models are unable to simulate the present mean monsoon climate and its variability with fidelity


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Examining Indian monsoon variability in coupled climate model simulations and projections Download PDF EPUB FB2

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projections the models should simulate the present century climate reasonably well. One of the basic aims of IPCC AR4 model simulations is to assess the ability of the global coupled climate models to produce prudent projections of future climate change. To define the mean climate state we use the simulations from 20th century, a 20c3m experiment.

Rainfall for India and South Asian region mainly comes during the summer monsoon period. Realistic model representation of monsoon rainfall variability is a scientific challenge and is of great. Variability of Indian summer monsoon droughts is investigated by computing all-India drought indices namely Percent of Normal Precipitation, Standardized Precipitation Index and percentage area of India under moderate and severe drought conditions.

Observations for recent decades, postexhibit declining trend in monsoon rainfall with frequent occurrence and intensification of Cited by: 4. Examining Indian Monsoon Variability in Coupled Climate Model Simulations and Projections: Ashwini Kulkarni, R.H.

Kripalani, S.S. Sabade: February RR Determination of Onset and Withdrawal Dates of Summer monsoon across india using NCEP/NCAR Re-analysis: Nityanand Singh, Ashwini A. Ranade: January RR Examining Indian Monsoon Variability in Coupled Climate Model Simulations and Projections.

Ashwini Kulkarni, R.H. Kripalani, S.S. Sabade. February RR Determination of Onset and Withdrawal Dates of Summer monsoon across india using NCEP/NCAR Re-analysis.

“Examining Indian monsoon variability in Coupled Climate Model simulations and projections”, DST sponsored project, Ashwini Kulkarni (PI), S S Sabade and R H Kripalani, “Weather Insurance with respect to rainfall”, sponsored by Agricultural Insurance Corporation of India, Prof Rajas Parchure (National Insurance academy, Pune.

MARTIN, G.: MONSOON VARIABILITY IN DIFFERENT VERSIONS OF THE MET OFFICE CLIMATE MODEL 3. Asian Summer Monsoon Mean monsoon climatology The monsoon climatology in HadGAM improves on HadAM3 in terms of the circulation strength (see Figure 1[a,c]), and in some aspects of the precipitation distribution (Figure 2[a,c]), such as over the eastern.

Prediction of Indian summer monsoon rainfall (ISMR) is at the heart of tropical climate by: Future projections within the Coupled Model 5 Intercomparison Project Phase 3 (CMIP-3) showed a wide range of trends with varying mag-nitude and sign across models.

Here the Indian summer monsoon rainfall is evaluated in 20 CMIP-5 models for the period to In the new generation of climate models a consis. Regional & Global Model Analysis; MultiSector Dynamics; Contacts; Projects.

Current Projects. Home» Presentations» Understanding Monsoon Variability in a Changing Climate. Understanding Monsoon Variability in a Changing Climate.

Author: H Annamalai. Wednesday, - Add to Calendar. the future climate change projections over the Indian region from these models. For this purpose,we have considered 10 ocean-atmosphere coupled models, which participated in the Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC) AR4 report.

Introduction. The global warming due to the gradual increase in the anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is unequivocal ().Multi-model projections of future global monsoon indicate significant increase in the monsoon area and precipitation in GHG-induced warmer climate (Hsu et al.,Kitoh et al.,Lau et al.,Lee and Wang, ), leading to more severe hydro-climatic Cited by:   INTRODUCTION.

The Indian summer monsoon (ISM) is a large land-ocean-atmosphere coupled system that transports substantial amounts of moisture during boreal summer across the Indian Ocean into the Indian subcontinent, reaching as far northwest as Pakistan and as far north as the southern Himalayas ().The lives of billions of people in the Indian subcontinent are tightly intertwined Cited by:   Kripalani, R.

H., et al. (b). South Asian summer monsoon precipitation variability: Coupled climate model simulations and projections under IPCC AR4. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 90, – CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: P.

Parth Sarthi. The last chapter deals with the future climate change projections over the Indian region (rainfall and temperature) made using coupled climate models.

Most of the analyses (especially on rainfall, temperature, extreme rainfall, sea surface temperature, meteorological droughts) are based on the data for a longer period of years, –/5(1). less frequent and more intense over central India.

Keywords. Climate change, monsoon, regional climate model, simulated projections. Introduction THE climate of South Asia is dominated by the monsoon, which returns with remarkable regularity each summer and provides the rainfall needed to sustain over 60% of the world’s population.

More than. She has 30 years of research experience in the field of Atmospheric Science. Her main research interests include climate variations and eleconnections over South, East, and Southeast Asia; Asian monsoon variability in coupled and regional climate model simulations and projections; applications of statistics in climate : Springer Singapore.

Coupled Global Climate Models (CGCMs) of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5) are unable to resolve the spatial and temporal characteristics of the South Asian Monsoon Cited by: 5. Many studies have been undertaken [ 4, 5, 6, 7, 8] to study the Indian monsoon rainfall variability in a warming climate.

It has been found that all models simulate a stronger seasonal mean monsoon rainfall in the future as compared to the historic period under the strongest warming scenario of RCP Cited by:.

South Asian summer monsoon precipitation variability: Coupled climate model simulations and projections under IPCC AR4. Theoretical and Applied Climatology Article.An index for predicting the onset of monsoon over Kerala Current Science 7 2-s 12 Kulkarni A.

Kripalani R. H. Sabade S. S. Examining Indian monsoon variability in coupled climate model simulations and projections IITM Research Report RR 13 Rajeevan M.

S. Nanjundiah R. Coupled Model Simulations of the.A. Kulkarni, R. H. Kripalani, and S. S. Sabade, “Examining Indian monsoon variability in coupled climate model simulations and projections,” IITM Research Report Cited by: 5.