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grl28960-sup-0004-fs01.pdfPDF document437KFigure S1. Topographical map of the western US, daily precipitation over the Salt River Basin for the period 1968–2000, histogram of all the events above the 98th percentile and the theoretical POT distribution and the three parameters that describe the distributions for the historical and future periods, and probability of exceedence plots for the historical and future periods and calculation of the 20-year and 50-year winter precipitation event for the historical period and the future period.
grl28960-sup-0005-fs02.pdfPDF document277KFigure S2. Winter 1968–1999 Precipitation Climatology for the eight downscaled simulations.
grl28960-sup-0006-fs03.pdfPDF document294KFigure S3. Same as Figure S1 for 50-year return period winter precipitation.
grl28960-sup-0007-fs04.pdfPDF document296KFigure S4. Percent changes in 50-year return period winter precipitation events between the future and historical periods for each of the eight downscaled simulations.
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