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Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis
Report summarizing climate change issues in 2013, with an emphasis on physical science. It includes a summary of issues to assist policymakers, a technical summary, and a list of frequently-askedExpand
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Observations: Changes in Snow, Ice and Frozen Ground
Contributing Authors: J. Box (USA), D. Bromwich (USA), R. Brown (Canada), J.G. Cogley (Canada), J. Comiso (USA), M. Dyurgerov (Sweden, USA), B. Fitzharris (New Zealand), O. Frauenfeld (USA, Austria),Expand
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Climate Change 2013. The Physical Science Basis. Working Group I Contribution to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change - Abstract for decision-makers
Foreword Preface Summary for policy makers Technical summary 1. Introduction 2. Observations: atmosphere and surface 3. Observations: ocean 4. Observations: cryosphere 5. Information fromExpand
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Production of methyl ester fuel from microalgae
Microalgae are unique photosynthetic organisms that are known to accumulate storage lipids in large quantitites and thrive in saline waters. Before these storage lipids can be used, they must beExpand
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Results of the Sea Ice Model Intercomparison Project: Evaluation of sea ice rheology schemes for use in climate simulations
A hierarchy of sea ice rheologies is evaluated on the basis of a comprehensive set of observational data. The investigations are part of the Sea Ice Model Intercomparison Project (SIMIP). FourExpand
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Regional Climate Change
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On the decrease of Arctic sea ice volume
The decrease of Arctic sea ice volume is investigated using a dynamic-thermodynamic sea ice model. The model was forced with NCEP/NCAR reanalysis winds and surface air temperatures in a hindcastExpand
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Sea ice transport: A highly variable link between Arctic and North Atlantic
The variability of the ice volume flux into the northeast Atlantic is investigated with an optimized dynamic-thermodynamic sea ice model using 40 years (1958–1997) of atmospheric forcing fieldsExpand
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Sensitivity studies with a sea ice‐mixed layer‐pycnocline model in the Weddell Sea
The sensitivity of a dynamic-thermodynamic sea ice model coupled to a one-dimensional mixed layer-pycnocline model to variations of dynamic and thermodynamic model parameters is investigated.Expand
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Stochastic Dynamic Analysis of Polar Sea Ice Variability
Abstract The analysis of Arctic (1966–76) and Antarctic (1973–79) sea ice data is presented, and a dynamical model based on white noise atmospheric forcing, local stabilizing relaxation and lateralExpand
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