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Abstract A new earth system climate model of intermediate complexity has been developed and its climatology compared to observations. The UVic Earth System Climate Model consists of a three‐dimensional ocean general circulation model coupled to a thermodynamic/dynamic sea‐ice model, an...
Abstract Ground‐based sunphotometry measurements acquired under clear sky conditions can be used to investigate atmospheric aerosol optical properties. Such measurements are not only important in their own right as a technique for monitoring generic aerosol dynamics, but also represent a direct...
Abstract Arctic polar vortex variability in the Canadian Middle Atmosphere Model (CMAM) is documented. Two integrations of the CMAM are compared to assess the effects of parametrized non‐orographic gravity waves on the frequency and timing of stratospheric sudden warmings (SSWs), as well as on...
Abstract Improved prediction of complex transport processes usually requires an application of advanced turbulence models. In some particular cases, such as environmental flows, where a variety of physical and thermodynamical processes may occur simultaneously, it is not an easy task to apply a...
Abstract Two dynamical models are used to perform a series of seasonal predictions. One model, referred to as GCM2, was designed as a general circulation model for climate studies, while the second one, SEF, was designed for numerical weather prediction. The seasonal predictions cover the...
Abstract A recently published slab model formulation of lake thermodynamics (Goyette et al., 2000), including an empirical factor to adjust the incoming heat flux so that the modelled lake surface temperature agrees with observed climatology, leads to a distinct lack of energy conservation. The...
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