On the contribution of local feedback mechanisms to the range of climate sensitivity in two GCM ensembles

@inproceedings{Webb2006OnTC,
  title={On the contribution of local feedback mechanisms to the range of climate sensitivity in two GCM ensembles},
  author={Mark J. Webb and Catherine A. Senior and David M. H. Sexton and William J. Ingram and Keith D. Williams and Maurice A. Ringer and Bryant J. McAvaney and Ricki Colman and Brian J. Soden and Richard G. Gudgel and T. A. Knutson and Seita Emori and Tomoo Ogura and Yoko Tsushima and Natalia Andronova and Bingquan Li and I. Musat and Sandrine Bony and Karl E. Taylor},
  year={2006}
}
Global and local feedback analysis techniques have been applied to two ensembles of mixed layer equilibrium CO2 doubling climate change experiments, from the CFMIP (Cloud Feedback Model Intercomparison Project) and QUMP (Quantifying Uncertainty in Model Predictions) projects. Neither of these new ensembles shows evidence of a statistically significant change in the ensemble mean or variance in global mean climate sensitivity when compared with the results from the mixed layer models quoted in… CONTINUE READING
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