General Circulation

Some articles on general circulation, circulation, circulations:

Mars General Circulation Model
... The Mars general circulation model (MGCM) is the result of a research project by NASA to understand the nature of the general circulation of the atmosphere of Mars, how that circulation is driven and ...
Global Climate Model - History: General Circulation Models
... work, several groups began working to create general circulation models ... The first general circulation climate model that combined both oceanic and atmospheric processes was developed in the late 1960s at the NOAA ... within global climate models in order to properly simulate regional and global scale circulations, though their broad spectrum makes their incorporation complicated ...
Numerical Weather Prediction - Applications - Climate Modeling
... See also Global climate model A General Circulation Model (GCM) is a mathematical model that can be used in computer simulations of the general circulation of a planetary atmosphere or ocean ... An atmospheric general circulation model (AGCM) is essentially the same as a global numerical weather prediction model, and some (such as the one used in the UK Unified Model) can be ... and study its forcings on global climate and the Asian monsoon circulation ...
Adoption of Polymer Banknotes - Timeline of Adoptions and Withdrawals - 2000s
... Brasil printed 250 million banknotes, around half the 10 real bills in circulation ... In 2005 it issued a version for circulation without the commemorative text ... polymer banknote in 10,000, 20,000, 50,000, 100,000, 200,000 and 500,000 đồng for general circulation, becoming the fourth country to fully convert to polymer notes ...

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