• An enhanced downscaling methodology for the elaboration of high-resolution climate scenarios for Peru to 2050 

      Acuña, Delia; Llacza Rodríguez, Alan; Sulca, Sheylla; De la Cruz, Gustavo; Paredes, Jonathan; Jácome Vergaray, Gerardo

      (Servicio Nacional de Meteorología e Hidrología del Perú, 2022-06)
      Acceso abierto
      This study aims to describe a downscaling method for the generation of high-resolution climate scenarios for Peru using data from Global Circulation Models (GCM). The approach is based on the combination of dynamical ...
    • Analysis of remote sensing and in situ datasets to estimate spatial precipitation in high mountain areas: case study Cordillera Blanca, Peru 

      Loarte, Edwin; Medina, Katy; Villavicencio, Eduardo; León, Hairo; Lavado-Casimiro, W.; Rabatel, Antoine; Jácome Vergaray, Gerardo; Hunink, Johannes; Lopez-Baeza, Ernesto

      (European Geosciences Union, 2021-01)
      Acceso abierto
      This study focused on estimating precipitation for the Santa basin located north of the capital of Peru, assessing spatial patterns and temporal variation. Precipitation products were used at a daily temporal resolution ...
    • Dynamic regionalization over Peru: HadGEM2-ES / WRF 

      Llacza Rodríguez, Alan; Jácome Vergaray, Gerardo

      (Servicio Nacional de Meteorología e Hidrología del Perú, 2008)
      Acceso abierto
      The present work has as objective the elaboration of a new gridded data base to 16 km, for the analysis of the changes of the future climate on Peru, mainly in the variables of precipitation, maximum and minimum temperature. ...
    • Quantifying the controls of Peruvian glacier response to climate 

      Fyffe, Catriona L.; Potter, Emily; Fugger, S.; Orr, Andrew; Fatichi, Simone; Medina, Katy; Hellström, Robert Å.; Shaw, Thomas E.; Bernat, Maud; Llacza Rodríguez, Alan; Jácome Vergaray, Gerardo; Aubry-Wake, Caroline; Gurgiser, Wolfgang; Perry, L. Baker; Suarez, Wilson; Quincey, Duncan J.; Loarte, Edwin; Pellicciotti, Francesca

      (American Geophysical Union, 2021-04)
      Acceso abierto
      Peruvian glaciers are important contributors to dry season runoff for agriculture and hydropower, but they are at risk of disappearing due to climate warming. Their energy balance and ablation characteristics have previously ...