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Numerical modeling of the global atmosphere in the climate system

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Published
**2000**
by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston
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Written in English

- Atmosphere -- Mathematical models -- Congresses,
- Climatology -- Mathematical models -- Congresses

**Edition Notes**

Statement | edited by Philip Mote and Alan O"Neill. |

Genre | Congresses. |

Series | NATO science series. Series C, Mathematical and physical sciences -- vol. 550., NATO science series -- v. 550. |

Contributions | Mote, Philip W., O"Neill, Alan, 1950-, North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division., NATO Advanced Study Institute on Numerical Modeling of the Global Atmosphere in the Climate System (1998 : Castelvecchio Pascoli, Italy) |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QC861.2 .N86 2000, QC861.2 .N86 2000 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xii, 517 p. : |

Number of Pages | 517 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18141442M |

ISBN 10 | 0792363019 |

LC Control Number | 00037056 |

background in dynamics or modeling will be assumed. A range of numerical methods will be introduced in the context of a series of example problems: a large-amplitude pendulum, dye flowing in a pipe, a simple diffusive energy balance model of the atmosphere and climate, and a wind-driven homogenous ocean basin model. Modeling the Climate System. This Much We Know. Greenhouse gases keep earth warm. Greenhouse gas concentration is increasing, mostly a as a result of human activity, including deforestation and burning of fossil fuel. Earth's climate is warming due to increasing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere.

Of particular importance is an understanding of what we mean by “climate system” and “Earth system” (Figure 1) and their numerical model counterparts – the “Global Climate Model” and the “Earth System Model (ESM)” (Figure 2, see also definitions below). Keywords Climate theory, computational models, numerical modeling, carbone acid, greenhouse effect, global climate, regional climate Contents 1. Introduction 2. Climate, Climatic Variability and Climate Changes 3. Atmosphere & Ocean Circulation Models Atmospheric General Circulation Models (AGCM) Ocean General Circulation Models (OGCM) 4.

Global climate model s are increasingly being used as tools for predicting how the global climate may respond to changes in atmospheric composition and land surface albedo. Such numerical models are typically developed only to reproduce the characteristics of modern climate and its inherent variability during a short period with relatively. The First Climate Model. The first climate model was a weather forecasting model. In , Lewis Fry Richardson, a British mathematician, developed a system for numerical weather forecasting. Richardson's model divided the surface of the Earth into grid cells and divided the atmosphere into layers of grid cells—exactly the same format of.

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