Studies in regional climate sensitivity, predictability, and temporal response. Progress report, September 1992--February 1993
Description: The main theme of this research project is to explore the behavior of a class of climate models by use of classical statistical estimation techniques and to examine the broader applicability of the techniques themselves. In particular, the authors study a class of energy balance climate models including a crude representation of the deep ocean and with stochastic forcing at the surface. These models include an explicit representation of the land-sea geography so that regional products are generated (although crude at best). The authors view the exercise as preliminary to the same techniques being applied to coupled ocean/atmosphere general circulation models and the solutions they generate can be thought of as benchmarks against which the more detailed simulations can be compared.
Date: February 1, 1993
Creator: Crowley, T. J. & North, G. R.
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