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Press Release 11-266
Journal Piece Reveals New Data-driven Methods for Understanding Climate Change

Geographical variability of rainfall extremes in India enhances interpretation of climate change data

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Understanding Climate Change: A Data Driven Approach, funded by the Expeditions in Computing program of the National Science Foundation, is developing novel computational and data science methods for advancing our understanding of global climate change.

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