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2007; Sch€on and Rein 1994). For example, public health professionals understand issues through public health lenses, and resource management professionals understand the same issues using their own theories, methods, and vocabularies. By examining the various ways in which the issue of climate change is framed across disciplinary and sectoral divides, we can develop tools and processes that promote knowledge integration and intersectoral collaboration and contribute towards enabling conditions for adaptation.
5 for all the seven stations. 5 was always superior in predicting temperature as demonstrated by the lower standard errors over the entire growing season (GS) for all the weather stations. 5. Rainfall predictions by both models were not as reliable, based on evaluation for individual stations as well as spatially (state-wide). 5 models over predicted rainfall spatially and temporally. Generally, WRF-Land Surface model precipitation prediction skills tended to be lower in the south-eastern parts of the state.
2003), as cited in Caldwell (2010), likewise noted that during the fall and winter precipitation, predictions improved when convective precipitation was of less importance. According to other regional climate model studies [such as Done et al. (2005)], predicting warm season rainfall in continental regions is much harder over the summer than during cooler times of the year. Done et al. (2005) simulated warm season rainfall using WRF and determined that “the longertimescale feedback mechanisms are not being represented accurately in climate simulations”.