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A Simulation Study on Regridding Uncertainty for Statistical Downscaling of Solar Radiation

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The simulation study reveals that when regridding uncertainty is considered, Bayesian regridding is more precise in estimating solar radiation model weights compared to naive regridding. The study emphasizes differences in biases, standard errors, and overall precision, offering crucial insights for refining climate models and future projections of solar radiation.
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