Maria Noguer

Maria Noguer
University of Reading · The Institute for Environmental Analytics

BSC Physics, MSc Meteorology, PhD Climate modelling

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January 2005 - April 2016
University of Reading
Position
  • Climate Research Coordinator

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Publications (18)
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Many institutions across sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and many funding agencies that support them are currently engaged in initiatives that are targeted towards adapting rainfed agriculture to climate change. This does, however, present some very real and complex research and policy challenges. Given to date the generally low impact of agricultural res...
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The country reports were written by a range of climate researchers, chosen for their subject expertise, who were drawn from institutes across the UK. Authors from the Met Office and the University of Nottingham collated the contributions in to a coherent narrative which was then reviewed. The authors and contributors of the reports are as above.
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The country reports were written by a range of climate researchers, chosen for their subject expertise, who were drawn from institutes across the UK. Authors from the Met Office and the University of Nottingham collated the contributions in to a coherent narrative which was then reviewed. The authors and contributors of the reports are as above.
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Due to increasing interest in the prediction of detailed regional climate, a method to deduce local climate distributions from large-scale variables is proposed. Since surface parameters are difficult to reproduce with the current resolution of General Circulation Models (GCMs), a statistical approach is used to fill the gap between GCM outputs and...
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Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis is the most comprehensive and up-to-date scientific assessment of past, present and future climate change. The report: • Analyses an enormous body of observations of all parts of the climate system. • Catalogues increasing concentrations of atmospheric greenhouse gases. • Assesses our understanding of the p...
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 Two ten-year simulations made with a European regional climate model (RCM) are compared. They are driven by the same observed sea surface temperatures but use different lateral boundary forcing. For one simulation, RCM AMIP, this forcing is obtained from a standard integration of a global general circulation model (GCM AMIP), whereas for the other...
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Results are assessed from a 10-year simulation of the equilibrium response to doubled carbon dioxide (CO2) over Europe made with a nested high-resolution regional-climate model (RCM). the simulated changes are compared against those produced by the driving global general-circulation model (GCM). the domain-averaged increases in temperature and mois...
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Seasonal simulations of the Indian summer monsoon using a 50-km regional climate model (RCM) are described. Results from three versions of the RCM distinguished by different domain sizes are compared against those of the driving global general circulation model (AGCM). Precipitation over land is 20% larger in the RCMs due to stronger vertical motio...
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Using one of the smaller domains, a 10-year RCM simulation was carried out, driven by a coupled atmosphere/mixed-layer-ocean version of the GCM. Over the region of interest the general circulation and daily synoptic variability is realistically simulated by the GCM and, therefore, also by the RCM (see above). Stronger vertical motions in the RCM le...
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The present study compares small-scale (less than 100 km) features in ER-2 measurements of ClO, O3, H2O, N2O, and NO(y) outside the lower stratospheric Arctic vortex of 1988-1989 with features on potential vorticity maps from ECMWF. The potential vorticity maps are obtained from T106 analyses and forecasts. Some of the plots were truncated to lower...

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SECTEUR works with businesses to understand their requirements in terms of environmental data and tools aiming to deliver better tailored information to support decision-making for specific sectors. Funded by the Copernicus Climate Change Service and implemented by ECMWF