« Climate change projections for Finland during the 21st century », Boreal Environment Research, 2004, p. 127-152.
On the basis of fifteen global model simulations of future climate, using the SRES emissions scenarios for greenhouse gases and aerosols, we have constructed national-scale seasonal and annual climate change scenarios for Finland during the 21st century. In approximate terms, the annual mean temperature is projected to rise by 1-3 °C and the annual mean precipitation by 0%-15% by the 2020s, relative to the baseline period 1961-1990. The corresponding increases by the 2050s are 2-5 °C (temperature) and 0 ...
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