Future U.S. wind density
Image by Sara Pryor, IU Bloomington
Results from the Canadian regional climate model (CRCM) show the difference in energy density (power in the wind) between 2041-2062 and 1979-2000. If the grid cell is red the future energy density is higher than the historical values and if it is blue the future energy density is lower than the historical values. Solid squares show differences above 10% while the open symbols show changes of plus or minus 5-10%. The white grid cells show that the future lies within 5% of the historical values.2011Image by Sara Pryor, IU BloomingtonFuture U.S. wind density
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