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The projected changes in the downward solar radiation at the surface over North America for late 21st century are deduced from global climate model simulations with greenhouse-gas (GHG) forcing. A

The projected changes in the downward solar radiation at the surface over North America for late 21st century are deduced from global climate model simulations with greenhouse-gas (GHG) forcing. A robust trend is found in winter over the United States, which exhibits a simple pattern of a decrease of sunlight over Northern USA. and an increase of sunlight over Southern USA. This structure was identified in both the seasonal mean and the mean climatology at different times of the day.

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    • 2014-08-06
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1155/2015/483679
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      1687-9317

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    Saenz, G. A., & Huang, H. (2015). Trends in Downward Solar Radiation at the Surface over North America from Climate Model Projections and Implications for Solar Energy. Advances in Meteorology, 2015, 1-7. doi:10.1155/2015/483679

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