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Frame of Image e methods. An overview of the participating models, multi-model ensemble methods, verification system tools, and operational procedures is given. Analysis of the assessment results yields superiority of the multi-model ensemble methods over individual models in both deterministic and probabilistic domains. The detailed results of the assessment of the forecasts produced by individual models and multi-model ensembles based on WMO Standardized Verification System are posted in the appendices.
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1. Introduction
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) is the premier forum for facilitating economic growth, cooperation, trade and investment in the Asia-Pacific region. APEC was established in 1989 by the endorsements of the summits from 12 Member Economies including the United States and Korea. Currently, APEC has 21 members, which account for more than 2.5 billion people (one third of the world's population), a combined Gross Domestic Product of 19 trillion US dollars (over 50% of world GDP), and 47 percent of world trade. APCC, “APEC Climate Center,” is a regional climate center aimed at realizing the APEC vision of regional prosperity through the reduction of economic losses due to abnormal climate. APCC produces real-time operational climate prediction information based on a wellvalidated multi-model ensemble system. APCC contributes to enhancing capacity-building in the monitoring and prediction of unusual weather and climate in the Asia-Pacific region by sharing high-cost c


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Title Assessment of the climate forecasts produced by individal models and MME methods
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Material Type Reports
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APEC Climate Center

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[Busan]:APEC Climate Center

Date 2006
Series Title; No APCC technical report
Pages 43
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < Environment
Holding APEC Climate Center

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