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Journal of Climate
Subgrid variability in rainfall distribution has been widely recognized as an important factor to include in the representation of land surface hydrology within climate models. In this paper, using West Africa as a case study, the impact of the subgrid variability in rainfall interception on the modeling of the biosphere-atmosphere system is investigated. According to the authors' results, when neglecting the rainfall spatial variability, even if the impact on the total evapotranspiration isdoi:10.1175/1520-0442(2000)013<2887:mtbast>2.0.co;2 fatcat:3g6kgzd4jfghnhzqip6iljd34i