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Pete Falloon, Richard Betts, Andrew Wiltshire, Rutger Dankers, Camilla Mathison, Doug McNeall, Paul Bates, and Mark Trigg

processes, gravity wave drag, microphysics, and sea ice schemes, plus major changes to convection, land surface, and cloud schemes, and inclusion of aerosols; a detailed comparison of the two models is given by Martin et al. (2006) and Johns et al. (2006) . Compared to HadCM3, the developments to HadGEM1 have led to a substantial improvement in the processes represented, including the hydrological cycle, particularly for oceanic surface freshwater fluxes ( Rodriguez et al. 2010 ). The hydrological

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Philippe Lucas-Picher, Jens H. Christensen, Fahad Saeed, Pankaj Kumar, Shakeel Asharaf, Bodo Ahrens, Andrew J. Wiltshire, Daniela Jacob, and Stefan Hagemann

. (2009) showed that the implementation of an irrigation scheme reduces the warm bias of the Max Planck Institute Regional Model (REMO) for the north of India and improves the precipitation distribution. Recently, Dobler and Ahrens (2010) performed RCM simulations with the Consortium for Small-Scale Modelling (COSMO) Climate Local Model (CLM) RCM over South Asia, using the ECHAM5–Max Planck Institute Ocean Model (MPIOM) GCM and the 45-yr European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) Re

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