Reduced models of atmospheric low-frequency variability : Parameter estimation and comparative performance

@inproceedings{Strounine2008ReducedMO,
  title={Reduced models of atmospheric low-frequency variability : Parameter estimation and comparative performance},
  author={K. Strounine and S. Kravtsovb and Daria Kondrashova and Michael Ghil},
  year={2008}
}
  • K. Strounine, S. Kravtsovb, +1 author Michael Ghil
  • Published 2008
Low-frequency variability (LFV) of the atmosphere refers to its behavior on time scales of 10–100 days, longer than the life cycle of a mid-latitude cyclone but shorter than a season. This behavior is still poorly understood and hard to predict. The present study compares variousmodel reduction strategies that help in deriving simplified models of LFV. Three distinct strategies are applied here to reduce a fairly realistic, high-dimensional, quasigeostrophic, 3-level (QG3) atmospheric model to… CONTINUE READING

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