Some articles on future climate, climate:
... represent the pinnacle of complexity in climate models and internalise as many processes as possible ... No model – whether a wind-tunnel model for designing aircraft, or a climate model for projecting global warming – perfectly reproduces the system being modeled ... A debate over how to reconcile climate model predictions that upper air (tropospheric) warming should be greater than surface warming, with observations some of which appeared to show ...
... to study atmospheric processes within a simplified framework but are not suitable for future climate projections ... are the basis for sophisticated model predictions of future climate, such as are discussed by the IPCC ... AOGCMs represent the pinnacle of complexity in climate models and internalise as many processes as possible ...
Famous quotes containing the words climate and/or future:
“A positive learning climate in a school for young children is a composite of many things. It is an attitude that respects children. It is a place where children receive guidance and encouragement from the responsible adults around them. It is an environment where children can experiment and try out new ideas without fear of failure. It is an atmosphere that builds childrens self-confidence so they dare to take risks. It is an environment that nurtures a love of learning.”
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