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The sensitivity of the surface mass balance of the Antarctic ice sheet to a change in temperature and a change in the sea ice extent is studied with a regional atmospheric climate model (RACMO) using a horizontal grid spacing of 55 km. The model is driven at its lateral boundaries by the...
The atmospheric anomalies for the 1997/98 El Niño––Southern Oscillation (ENSO) period have been analyzed and intercompared using the data simulated by the atmospheric general circulation models (GCMs) of 11 groups participating in the Monsoon GCM Intercomparison Project initiated by the...
One of the major factors determining the strength and extent of ENSO events is the instability state of the equatorial Pacific coupled ocean––atmosphere system and its seasonal variations. This study analyzes the coupled instability in a hybrid coupled model of the Indo––Pacific region,...
Coupled ocean––atmospheric general circulation models indicate that warming of up to 3°°C may occur over the next century in waters immediately to the north of the Amery Ice Shelf. The impact of this warming on the ocean cavity under the Amery Ice Shelf and the mass exchange at the...
Some observations suggest that the volcanic aerosols produced by the Mt. Pinatubo eruption may have altered cirrus. The authors look for evidence that such modification of cirrus is extensive enough to be climatically significant by comparing three satellite-based cirrus datasets produced by the...
The time- and space scales of tropical deep convection are estimated via analysis of 3-hourly Global Cloud Imagery (GCI) data for 3 yr at 35––70-km resolution. The emphasis is on estimating local time- and space scales rather than traditional zonal wavenumber––frequency spectra. This is...
The accumulation defined as ““precipitation minus evaporation”” over Greenland has been simulated with the high-resolution limited-area regional climate model HIRHAM4 applied over an Arctic integration domain. This simulation is compared with a revised estimate of annual accumulation rate...
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