Present-day atmospheric simulations using GISS ModelE: Comparison to in situ, satellite, and reanalysis data

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Present-day atmospheric simulations using GISS ModelE: Comparison to in situ, satellite, and reanalysis data
Author(s)
Schmidt G, Ruedy R, Hansen J, Aleinov I, Bell N, Bauer M, Bauer S, Cairns B, Canuto V, Cheng Y, Del Genio A, Faluvegi G, Friend A, Hall T, Hu Y, Kelley M, Kiang N, Koch D, Lacis A, Lerner J, Lo K, Miller R, Nazarenko L, Oinas V, Perlwitz J, Perlwitz J, Rind D, Romanou A, Russell G, Sato M, Shindell D, Stone P, Sun S, Tausnev N, Thresher D, Yao M
Publication Title
JOURNAL OF CLIMATE
Publication Title (abbreviated)
J CLIMATE
Publication Date
2006 Jan
DOI
10.1175/JCLI3612.1
ISSN
0894-8755
Volume
19
Issue
2
Page Count
40
First Page
153
Last Page
192
Keyword(s)
Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences, GENERAL-CIRCULATION MODEL, SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURE, GLOBAL CLIMATE MODEL, GODDARD-INSTITUTE, BOUNDARY-LAYER, CLOUD PARAMETERIZATION, AIR-TEMPERATURE, LONGWAVE SCATTERING, VERTICAL TRANSPORT, RADIATIVE FORCINGS
Citation
Schmidt G, Ruedy R, Hansen J, Aleinov I, Bell N, Bauer M, Bauer S, Cairns B, Canuto V, Cheng Y, et al. Present-day atmospheric simulations using GISS ModelE: Comparison to in situ, satellite, and reanalysis data. J CLIMATE. 2006;19 (2):153-192.
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