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2014 Polar CORDEX Annual Report

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Polar CORDEX is part of the international CORDEX (Coordinated Regional Downscaling Experiment - Arctic and Antarctic Domains) initiative. Its primary goal is to organize an international coordinated framework to produce an improved generation of regional climate change projections for input into impact and adaptation studies. Currently, the core of Polar CORDEX consists of regional climate model (RCM) simulations over the Arctic, with both hindcast and scenario simulations being conducted. This effort is now expanding to include the Antarctic region as well. The Polar CORDEX community organized itself in 2013. The first meeting was held as a side event during the International Conference on Regional Climate (CORDEX 2013) in Brussels in November 2013. CliC helped building up and maintains the Polar CORDEX web page and mailing list.


This document is the 2014 Activity Report from Polar CORDEX.

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