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Topics in Climate Modeling

The topics of climate change, weather prediction, atmospheric sciences and other related fields are gaining increased attention due to the possible impacts of changes in climate and weather upon the planet. Concurrently, the increasing ability to computationally model the governing partial differential equations that describe these various topics of climate has gained a great deal of attention as well. In the current book, several aspects of these topics are examined to provide another stepping stone in recent advances in the fields of study and also focal points of endeavor in the evolving technology.

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Topics in Climate ModelingEdited by Theodore V Hromadka II

Published: October 5th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/61591

ISBN: 978-953-51-2661-4

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-2660-7

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1. Computational Vector Mechanics in Atmospheric and Climate Modeling

By James Williams, Britton Landry, Matthew Mogensen and T. V. Hromadka II

476

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2. Evaluation of a Regional Climate Model for the Upper Blue Nile Region

By Tadesse Terefe Zeleke, Baylie Damtie Yeshita and Fentahun Muluneh Agidew

504

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3. Energy-Water Balance and Ecosystem Response to Climate Change in Southwest China

By Jianhua Wang, Yaohuan Hang, Dong Jiang and Xiaoyang Song

460

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4. Climate Parameter Variability and Health

By Narges Khanjani

507

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5. Climate Model Sensitivity with Respect to Parameters and External Forcing

By Sergei A. Soldatenko and Denis Chichkine

336

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6. The Eta Model: Design, Use, and Added Value

By Fedor Mesinger, Katarina Veljovic, Sin Chan Chou, Jorge Gomes and André Lyra

449

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  • CNKI
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