A Strategy for Climate Change Stabilization Experiments with AOGCMs and ESMs

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This report outlines a strategy for the new AOGCM/ESM modeling components in terms of aerosols/atmospheric chemistry and carbon cycle/dynamic vegetation components that are under development and implementation in ESMs that involves a proposed experimental design that integrates impacts and scenarios (represented in IPCC WG2 and WG3, respectively) and physical climate science (WG1). We summarize with a suite of recommendations for the joint WGCM, AIMES and IPCC communities.

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International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme May 2007.

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    Place of Publication: Stockholm, Sweden

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  • Main Title: A Strategy for Climate Change Stabilization Experiments with AOGCMs and ESMs
  • Added Title: Aspen Global Change Institute 2006 Session: Earth System Models: The Next Generation
  • Alternate Title: Aspen Protocol
  • Series Title: IGBP Report
  • Series Title: WCRP Report
  • Series Title: ICPO Publication
  • Added Title: International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP) Report 57
  • Added Title: World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) Informal Report 3/2007
  • Added Title: ICPO Publication No. 112

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This report outlines a strategy for the new AOGCM/ESM modeling components in terms of aerosols/atmospheric chemistry and carbon cycle/dynamic vegetation components that are under development and implementation in ESMs that involves a proposed experimental design that integrates impacts and scenarios (represented in IPCC WG2 and WG3, respectively) and physical climate science (WG1). We summarize with a suite of recommendations for the joint WGCM, AIMES and IPCC communities.

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37 p.

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International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme. A Strategy for Climate Change Stabilization Experiments with AOGCMs and ESMs, text, May 2007; Stockholm, Sweden. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc12012/: accessed June 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .