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Table 3.

Long-term mean comparison of tropical precipitation. Listed are the root-mean-square error/difference (RMSE/D) and the spatial correlation coefficients (r) for the tropics (G), tropical land (L), and tropical ocean (O) as well as the correlation coefficient of the differences between June–August and December–February means as a measure of the seasonal amplitude (S). The top row shows CMIP6 for 1900–99 (20th) against CMIP6 2000–14 (21st), followed by TRMM against CMIP6 for 2000–14 and rows below TRMM (2000–14) against CMIPs (1900–99). The statistics are computed on the multimodel mean precipitation in the three CMIP phases against TRMM.

Long-term mean comparison of tropical precipitation. Listed are the root-mean-square error/difference (RMSE/D) and the spatial correlation coefficients (r) for the tropics (G), tropical land (L), and tropical ocean (O) as well as the correlation coefficient of the differences between June–August and December–February means as a measure of the seasonal amplitude (S). The top row shows CMIP6 for 1900–99 (20th) against CMIP6 2000–14 (21st), followed by TRMM against CMIP6 for 2000–14 and rows below TRMM (2000–14) against CMIPs (1900–99). The statistics are computed on the multimodel mean precipitation in the three CMIP phases against TRMM.
Long-term mean comparison of tropical precipitation. Listed are the root-mean-square error/difference (RMSE/D) and the spatial correlation coefficients (r) for the tropics (G), tropical land (L), and tropical ocean (O) as well as the correlation coefficient of the differences between June–August and December–February means as a measure of the seasonal amplitude (S). The top row shows CMIP6 for 1900–99 (20th) against CMIP6 2000–14 (21st), followed by TRMM against CMIP6 for 2000–14 and rows below TRMM (2000–14) against CMIPs (1900–99). The statistics are computed on the multimodel mean precipitation in the three CMIP phases against TRMM.
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