Clouds On-off Klimate Intercomparison Experiment ( Cookie )

@inproceedings{Stevens2012CloudsOK,
  title={Clouds On-off Klimate Intercomparison Experiment ( Cookie )},
  author={Bjorn Stevens and Sandrine Bony and Mark Owen Webb},
  year={2012}
}
Cloud-radiative effects are expected to control many aspects of the current and future climates, ranging from the large-scale circulation of the atmosphere and intra-seasonal variability to climate sensitivity and precipitation projections. However, investigations so far have been carried out using individual models and various methodologies. To identify robust effects and facilitate physical understanding, the role of clouds in climate and climate change needs to be investigated in a more… CONTINUE READING

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