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Michel Déqué is Engeneer at Météo-France. Born in 1956, student at Ecole Polytechnique in 1975-1978, he has spent a researcher career in meteorology since this date. Since 1991, he is head of ARPEGE-Climat research group, in charge of numerical climate modeling.

References :

· Déqué M., Jones, R.G., Wild, M., Giorgi, F., Christensen, J.H., Hassell, D.C., Vidale, P.L., Rockel, B., Jacob, D., Kjellström, E., de Castro, M., Kucharski, F., van den Hurk, B., 2005: Global high resolution versus Limited Area Model climate change projections over Europe: quantifying confidence level from PRUDENCE results. Climate Dynamics, 25, 653-670

· Déqué, M., 2007: Frequency of precipitation and temperature extremes over France in an anthropogenic scenario: model results and statistical correction according to observed values. Global and Planetary Change, 57, 16-26

· Déqué, M., Rowell, D.P., Lüthi, D., Giorgi, F., Christensen, J.H., Rockel, B., Jacob, D., Kjellström, E., Castro, M. ,van den Hurk, B., 2007: An intercomparison of regional climate simulations for Europe: assessing uncertainties in model projections. Climatic Change, 81, 53-70

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