A Decomposition of Feedback Contributions to Polar Warming Amplification

@inproceedings{Taylor2013ADO,
  title={A Decomposition of Feedback Contributions to Polar Warming Amplification},
  author={Patrick C Taylor and Ming Cai and Aixue Hu and Jerry Meehl and Warren M. Washington and Guang J. Zhang},
  year={2013}
}
AbstractPolar surface temperatures are expected to warm 2–3 times faster than the global-mean surface temperature: a phenomenon referred to as polar warming amplification. Therefore, understanding the individual process contributions to the polar warming is critical to understanding global climate sensitivity. The Coupled Feedback Response Analysis Method (CFRAM) is applied to decompose the annual- and zonal-mean vertical temperature response within a transient 1% yr−1 CO2 increase simulation… CONTINUE READING

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