Introduction. Stochastic physics and climate modelling.

@article{Palmer2008IntroductionSP,
  title={Introduction. Stochastic physics and climate modelling.},
  author={Timothy N. Palmer and Paul D Williams},
  journal={Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={366 1875},
  pages={2421-7}
}
Finite computing resources limit the spatial resolution of state-of-the-art global climate simulations to hundreds of kilometres. In neither the atmosphere nor the ocean are small-scale processes such as convection, clouds and ocean eddies properly represented. Climate simulations are known to depend, sometimes quite strongly, on the resulting bulk-formula… CONTINUE READING