The Need for a Dynamical Climate Reanalysis

The Need for a Dynamical Climate Reanalysis rUnl . THE NEED FOR A DYNAMICAL CLIMATE REANALYSIS BY LENNAR T BENGTSSON , PHIL ARKIN , PAUL BERRISFORD, PHILIPPE BOUGEAULT, CHRI S K . FOLLAND, CHRI S GORDON , KEITH HAINES, KEVI N I. HODGES , PHIL JONES , PER KALLBERG, NIC K RAYNER, ADRIA N J . SIMMONS , DETLEF STAMMER, PETER W . THORNE, SAKARI UPPALA , AN D RUSSELL S . VOSE Resolution of a number of key climate research issues likely depends on how well the community benefits most from a dedicated dynamical reanalysis. h e Earth' s climate is dominate d by diverse and Som e of th e climate variations are driven by changeabl e natura l processes over a wid e range interna l phenomena in the atmosphere, others are related to interactions between the atmosphere and Tof tim e and space scales (e.g., Folland et al. 2001). This includes changes related to transient th e oceans and between the atmosphere and the lan d surfaces, an d still others are due to solar and synopti c weather systems and to phenomen a on muc h longer tim e scales, such as th e quasibiennial volcanic influences. At th e sam http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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10.1175/BAMS-88-4-495
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rUnl . THE NEED FOR A DYNAMICAL CLIMATE REANALYSIS BY LENNAR T BENGTSSON , PHIL ARKIN , PAUL BERRISFORD, PHILIPPE BOUGEAULT, CHRI S K . FOLLAND, CHRI S GORDON , KEITH HAINES, KEVI N I. HODGES , PHIL JONES , PER KALLBERG, NIC K RAYNER, ADRIA N J . SIMMONS , DETLEF STAMMER, PETER W . THORNE, SAKARI UPPALA , AN D RUSSELL S . VOSE Resolution of a number of key climate research issues likely depends on how well the community benefits most from a dedicated dynamical reanalysis. h e Earth' s climate is dominate d by diverse and Som e of th e climate variations are driven by changeabl e natura l processes over a wid e range interna l phenomena in the atmosphere, others are related to interactions between the atmosphere and Tof tim e and space scales (e.g., Folland et al. 2001). This includes changes related to transient th e oceans and between the atmosphere and the lan d surfaces, an d still others are due to solar and synopti c weather systems and to phenomen a on muc h longer tim e scales, such as th e quasibiennial volcanic influences. At th e sam

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Apr 1, 2007

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