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climate model

[′klī·mət ‚mäd·əl]
(climatology)
A mathematical representation of the earth's climate system capable of simulating its behavior under present and altered conditions.
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In a project carried out in the context of the DFG-funded Collaborative Research Center Waves to Weather, Stephan Rasp of the Institute of Theoretical Meteorology at LMU (Director: Professor George Craig) has now looked at the question of whether the application of artificial intelligence can improve the efficacy of climate modelling. The study, which was performed in collaboration with Professor Mike Pritchard of the University of California at Irvine und Pierre Gentine of Columbia University in New York, appears in the journal PNAS.
SGI, recognized as a major player in weather forecasting and climate modelling, expects its contribution to enhance ICHEC's research.
Yet academics and scientists from New York University (NYU) are set to soon address this issue as they set up the Centre for Prototype Climate Modelling at the NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Institute.
The Centre for Prototype Climate Modelling in Abu Dhabi will focus on a number of atmospheric and oceanographic studies aimed at bridging mathematical theory with practical application, through sophisticated technology.
There is also a superb blend of observational (station) data, satellite data, climate modelling, and reanalyzed climatology.
2009), New South Wales (NSW)/Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Regional Climate Modelling (NARCliM; Evans et al.
S., and Coauthors, 2014: High-resolution global climate modelling: The UPSCALE project, a large simulation campaign.
Ambassador Ross Denny handed over climate modelling equipment to the Atmospheric Physics Laboratory at San Andres University in La Paz.
Together with other new observational datasets and high-resolution climate modelling, this will quantify the nature and drivers of global precipitation extremes and their response to natural variability and forcing across multiple timescales.
IS-ENES2 further integrates the European climate modelling community, stimulates common developments of software for models and their environments, fosters the execution and exploitation of high-end simulations and supports the dissemination of model results to the climate research and impact communities.

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