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Title: Progress in Detection and Projection of Climate Change in Spain since the 2010 CLIVAR-Spain regional climate change assessment report
Author: Sánchez, E.
Rodríguez-Fonseca, B.
Bladé, Ileana
Brunet India, Manuela C.
Aznar, R.
Cacho Lascorz, Isabel
Casado, M.J.
Gimeno, L.
Gutiérrez, J.M.
Jordá, G.
Lavín, A.
López, J.A.
Salat, J.
Valero-Garcés, B.L.
Keywords: Canvi climàtic
Climatic change
Issue Date: 1-Sep-2017
Publisher: International CLIVAR Project Office
Abstract: The Iberian Peninsula region offers a challenging benchmark for climate variability studies for several reasons. It exhibits a wide variety of climatic regimes, ranging from wet Atlantic climates with annual precipitation around 2000 mm, to extensive semiarid regions with severe hydrological stress, to even cold alpine environments in some isolated areas.
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It is part of: CLIVAR Exchanges, 2017, num. 73, p. 1-4
ISSN: 1026-0471
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