Demystifying Climate Models

    Demystifying Climate Models / Andrew Gettelman, Richard B Rood

    Table of contentsPart I. Basic Principles and the Problem of Climate Forecasts1. Key Concepts in Climate ModelingAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. Rood2. Components of the Climate SystemAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. Rood3. Climate Change and Global WarmingAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. Rood4. Essence of a Climate ModelAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. RoodPart II. Model Mechanics5. Simulating the AtmosphereAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. Rood6. Simulating the Ocean and Sea IceAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. Rood7. Simulating Terrestrial SystemsAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. Rood8. Bringing the System Together: Coupling and ComplexityAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. RoodPart III. Using Models9. Model EvaluationAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. Rood10. PredictabilityAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. Rood11. Results of Current ModelsAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. Rood12. Usability of Climate Model Projections by PractitionersAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. Rood13. Summary and Final ThoughtsAndrew Gettelman, Richard B. Rood

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