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grl29533-sup-0002-txts01.pdfPDF document17KText S1. Information about the GCM selection process.
grl29533-sup-0003-fs01.pdfPDF document145KFigure S1. Model evaluation of sea level pressure patterns responsible for California heat waves showing rank correlation between daily SLP and the daytime HWI according to observations and four GCMs for the common period 1962–2010.
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grl29533-sup-0005-fs03.pdfPDF document170KFigure S3. The relative heat index calculated at each grid cell from GFDL, CCSM and PCM using maximum and minimum temperatures and shown as the difference between the mean RHI for a given climate period and the mean RHI over the historical period.
grl29533-sup-0006-fs04.pdfPDF document268KFigure S4. The RHI index calculated from regionally aggregated maximum temperatures according to observations and CNRM simulations.
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