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Volume 10, issue 2 | Copyright
Geosci. Model Dev., 10, 525-536, 2017
© Author(s) 2017. This work is distributed under
the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.

Model description paper 03 Feb 2017

Model description paper | 03 Feb 2017

Climate change inspector with intentionally biased bootstrapping (CCIIBB ver. 1.0) – methodology development

Taesam Lee Taesam Lee
  • Dept. of Civil Engr., ERI, Gyeongsang National University, 501 Jinju-daero, Jinju, Gyeongnam, 660-701, South Korea

Abstract. The outputs from general circulation models (GCMs) provide useful information about the rate and magnitude of future climate change. The temperature variable is more reliable than other variables in GCM outputs. However, hydrological variables (e.g., precipitation) from GCM outputs for future climate change possess an uncertainty that is too high for practical use. Therefore, a method called intentionally biased bootstrapping (IBB), which simulates the increase of the temperature variable by a certain level as ascertained from observed global warming data, is proposed. In addition, precipitation data were resampled by employing a block-wise sampling technique associated with the temperature simulation. In summary, a warming temperature scenario is simulated, along with the corresponding precipitation values whose time indices are the same as those of the simulated warming temperature scenario. The proposed method was validated with annual precipitation data by truncating the recent years of the record. The proposed model was also employed to assess the future changes in seasonal precipitation in South Korea within a global warming scenario as well as in weekly timescales. The results illustrate that the proposed method is a good alternative for assessing the variation of hydrological variables such as precipitation under the warming condition.

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The paper presents an explicit bias-resampling approach from observations in order to simulate global warming scenarios and to investigate the implications for hydrometeorological variables. The author considers that the suggested approach is easy to implement and to employ in other fields that are influenced by global warming.
The paper presents an explicit bias-resampling approach from observations in order to simulate...