PRECIS projects and publications
PRECIS is applied in many projects around the world over a broad range of research subjects. This page contains links to a number of projects relating to PRECIS, including those undertaken by the PRECIS team at the Met Office, and our global community of users.
If you have published a report on your work using PRECIS which you wish to share, please email PRECIS to notify us.
|Southeast Asia climate analysis and modelling framework||SEACAM: a collaborative regional climate modelling project for Southeast Asia. Met Office 2015.|
|Climate Modelling in Bangladesh||A model for capacity building in developing countries. Met Office 2014.|
|Weather@home||Weather@home:a group of regional climate modelling experiments within climateprediction.net|
|Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth||
ACRE: A reanalysis project for historical observations led by the Met Office Hadley Centre.
|Enhancing preparedness and responses in the Philippines||DFID funded project in partnership with the Philippine Atmospheric Services Administration (PAGASA) to build capacity and improve resilience to changing typhoon risks and climate extremes in the Philippines.|
Publications and reports
For a list of older publications related to PRECIS please see PRECIS Related Publications
|David Michael Hein-Griggs, University of Reading||
The Representation of Extreme Precipitation in the HadRM3P Regional Climate Model
Faisal Al Zawad, 2009: Climate Change in Saudi Arabia on a Regional Scale: Impacts on Evaporation, Surface Runoff and Soil Moisture
"This book is the first in introducing the use of PRECIS... Even though this book is about Saudi Arabia, the techniques used can be applied easily to other regions in the world."
|Poster||Y. Zhao, 2014||
Projections of Climate Changes over the Great Lakes using PRECIS RCM -- A Preliminary Result