Representing the Sensitivity of Convective Cloud Systems to Tropospheric Humidity in General Circulation Models

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Representing the Sensitivity of Convective Cloud Systems to Tropospheric Humidity in General Circulation Models
Author(s)
Del Genio A
Publication Title
SURVEYS IN GEOPHYSICS
Publication Title (abbreviated)
SURV GEOPHYS
Publication Date
2012 Jul
DOI
10.1007/s10712-011-9148-9
ISSN
0169-3298
Volume
33
Issue
3-4
Page Count
20
First Page
637
Last Page
656
Keyword(s)
Geochemistry & Geophysics, Convection, Climate, Humidity, Diurnal cycle, Intraseasonal variability, MADDEN-JULIAN OSCILLATION, SHALLOW CUMULUS CONVECTION, HIGH-RESOLUTION SIMULATION, TROPICAL DEEP CONVECTION, CLIMATE MODELS, MOIST CONVECTION, DIURNAL CYCLE, PART I, INTRASEASONAL VARIABILITY, STRATIFORM INSTABILITY
Citation
Del Genio A. Representing the Sensitivity of Convective Cloud Systems to Tropospheric Humidity in General Circulation Models. SURV GEOPHYS. 2012;33 (3-4):637-656.
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