Climate Science: Where Climate Models Fall Short. Nature 531(7592):10.
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Climate models tend to overestimate the extent to which climate change contributes to weather events such as extreme heat and rain. [] Omar Bellprat and Francisco Doblas-Reyes at the Catalan Institute of Climate Sciences in Barcelona, Spain, used an idealized statistical model to compare the frequency of weather extremes in simulations [...]
@article{natureClimateScienceWhere2016,
  title = {Climate Science: Where Climate Models Fall Short},
  author = {{Nature}},
  date = {2016-03},
  journaltitle = {Nature},
  volume = {531},
  pages = {10},
  issn = {0028-0836},
  doi = {10.1038/531010d},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.1038/531010d},
  abstract = {Climate models tend to overestimate the extent to which climate change contributes to weather events such as extreme heat and rain.

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