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Thirty surface air temperature simulations for 1979––88 by 29 atmospheric general circulation models are analyzed and compared with the observations over land. These models were run as part of the Atmospheric Model Intercomparison Project (AMIP). Several simulations showed serious systematic...
The climate sensitivity to various forcings, and in particular to changes in CO 2 and sulfate aerosol concentrations, imposed separately or in a combined manner, is studied with an atmospheric general circulation model coupled to a simple slab oceanic model. The atmospheric model includes a...
A biosphere model based on BATS (Biosphere––Atmosphere Transfer Scheme) is coupled to a primitive equation global statistical––dynamical model in order to study the climatic impact due to land surface alterations. The fraction of the earth’’s surface covered by each vegetation type according to...
The four-box coupled atmosphere––ocean model of Marotzke is solved analytically, by introducing the approximation that the effect of oceanic heat advection on ocean temperatures is small (but not negligible) compared to the effect of surface heat fluxes. The solutions are written in a form that...
Most investigations of relationships between tropical Pacific sea surface temperature anomaly (SSTA) events and regional climate patterns have assumed the teleconnections to be linear, whereby the climate patterns associated with cold SSTA events are considered to be similar in structure and...
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