Sea surface temperature and precipitation from two simulations of the TRHOL project, from 6000 Before Present to 1950 CE

Pascale Braconnot, Olivier Marti, Yves Balkanski, Julien Crétat, Arnaud Caubel, Anne Cozic, Marie-Alice Foujols & Sidiki Sanogo
Particularly dry or wet boreal summer monsoon seasons are major hazards affecting societal vulnerability in India and Africa. Several factors affect monsoon rainfall amount and limit their understanding. Here we characterize the multiscale variability of Indian and West African monsoon rain from two simulations of the last 6000 years. Changes in Earth’s orbit cause long-term monsoon drying trend, but the Indian monsoon is more sensitive to anthropogenic CO2. Variability is characterized by two major ranges...
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