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View Resource Implementation of an Atmosphere-ocean General Circulation Model on the Expanded Spherical Cube

A hydrodynamical kernel that drives both an atmospheric and oceanic general circulation model is implemented in general orthogonal curvilinear coordinates using the finite volume method on the...

http://paoc.mit.edu/paoc/papers/adcroft_et_al_MWR_2004.pdf
View Resource Four Layer Baroclinic Ocean Gyre In Spherical Coordinates

This document describes an example experiment using MITgcm to simulate a baroclinic ocean gyre in spherical polar coordinates. The barotropic example experiment in section 3.8 illustrated how to...

http://mitgcm.org/sealion/online_documents/node101.html
View Resource Studying Climate Change

Consider the Earth to be a giant recording device. All actions that take place - from continental movement, to volcanic eruptions, to a Triceratops being eaten by a T-Rex, to a man leaving...

http://priweb.org/globalchange/climatechange/studyingcc/scc_...
View Resource Effectively Communicating Climate Change

(Multimedia, 11:04 min.) Provided by Stevon Roberts, Oregon State University Media Management.

http://oregonstate.edu/media/ccxnhx-hiq
View Resource Communicating Climate Change: History, Challenges, Process and Future Directions

Since anthropogenic climate change first emerged on the public agenda in the mid-to-late 1980s, public communication of climate change and - more recently - the question of how to communicate it most...

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/wcc.11/abstract
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