The frequency response of temperature and precipitation in a climate model

  title={The frequency response of temperature and precipitation in a climate model},
  author={Douglas G. MacMynowski and T K Ho and Jeong Sheop Shin and Ken Caldeira},
[1] Dynamic aspects of the climate’s response to forcing are typically explored through transient simulations in the time domain. However, because of the large range of time‐scales involved, some features are more easily observed in the frequency domain. We compute the frequency‐response of the HadCM3L general circulation model (GCM) to sinusoidal perturbations in solar radiative forcing, with periods between 2 and 2 (512) years. The globalmean temperature response decreases with increasing… CONTINUE READING


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