Peer-review Journal Publications:

For a first overview on the configuration and the results of the climate projections over both domains:

Leduc M, Mailhot A, Frigon A, Martel J-L, Ludwig R, Brietzke GB, Giguére M, Brissette F, Turcotte R, Braun M, Scinocca J (2019) ClimEx project: a 50-member ensemble of climate change projections at 12-km resolution over Europe and northeastern North America with the Canadian Regional Climate Model (CRCM5). Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. doi: 10.1175/JAMC-D-18-0021.1

For a comparison with the variability of a EURO-CORDEX ensembles:

von Trentini F, Leduc M, Ludwig R (2019): Assessing natural variability in RCM signals: comparison of a multi model EURO-CORDEX ensemble with a 50-member single model large ensemble. Climate Dynamics. doi: 10.1007/s00382-019-04755-8

For future changes in extreme precipitation events and their return periods globally and in both domains:

Martel, J.-L., Mailhot, A., and Brissette, F.: Global and Regional Projected Changes in 100-Year Sub-Daily, Daily and Multi-Day Precipitation Extremes Estimated from Three Large Ensembles of Climate Simulation, J. Climate, doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0764.1, 2019.

For an evaluation of CRCM5's subdaily preciptitation extremes over the North American Domain:

Innocenti, S., Mailhot, A., Frigon, A., Cannon, A. J., and Leduc, M.: Observed and simulated precipitation over northeastern North America: how do daily and sub-daily extremes scale in space and time?, J. Climate, doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-19-0021.1, 2019.

For future changes in precipitation characteristics over the North American Domain:

Innocenti, S., Mailhot, A., Leduc, M., Cannon, A. J., and Frigon, A.: Projected Changes in the Probability Distributions, Seasonality, and Spatiotemporal Scaling of Daily and Subdaily Extreme Precipitation Simulated by a 50‐Member Ensemble Over Northeastern North America, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 124, 10427–10449, doi:10.1029/2019JD031210, 2019.