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NCEP–DOE AMIP-II Reanalysis (R-2)
The NCEP–DOE Atmospheric Model Intercomparison Project (AMIP-II) reanalysis is a follow-on project to the “50-year” (1948–present) NCEP–NCAR Reanalysis Project. NCEP–DOE AMIP-II re-analysis coversExpand
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An Overview of the Results of the Atmospheric Model Intercomparison Project (AMIP I)
Abstract The Atmospheric Model Intercomparison Project (AMIP), initiated in 1989 under the auspices of the World Climate Research Programme, undertook the systematic validation, diagnosis, andExpand
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Intercomparison and interpretation of climate feedback processes in 19 atmospheric general circulation models
The need to understand differences among general circulation model projections of CO2-induced climatic change has motivated the present study, which provides an intercomparison and interpretation ofExpand
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Absorption of Solar Radiation by Clouds: Observations Versus Models
There has been a long history of unexplained anomalous absorption of solar radiation by clouds. Collocated satellite and surface measurements of solar radiation at five geographically diverseExpand
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Simulation of the Northern Summer Monsoon in the ECMWF Model: Sensitivity to Horizontal Resolution
Abstract The ability of the ECMWF model (cycle 33) to simulate the Indian and East Asian summer monsoons is evaluated at four different horizontal resolutions: T21, T42, T63, and T1O6. Generally,Expand
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Cloud feedback in atmospheric general circulation models: An update
Six years ago, we compared the climate sensitivity of 19 atmospheric general circulation models and found a roughly threefold variation among the models; most of this variation was attributed toExpand
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Exploratory studies of cloud radiative forcing with a general circulation model
Cloud radiative forcing constitutes the radiative impact of clouds upon the earth's present climate, while cloud radiative feedback is the change in this forcing associated with climatic change. TheExpand
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A methodology for understanding and intercomparing atmospheric climate feedback processes in general circulation models
Based upon the need to understand differences between general circulation model projections of climatic change due to increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide, the present study first categorizesExpand
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Interpretation of Cloud-Climate Feedback as Produced by 14 Atmospheric General Circulation Models
Understanding the cause of differences among general circulation model projections of carbon dioxide-induced climatic change is a necessary step toward improving the models. An intercomparison of 14Expand
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