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Nonlinear Processes in Geosciences
Nonlinear Processes:in Geosciences
NP2 Empirical Modeling
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  Information - CL40 Climate Models Intercomparison: Dynamics and Physical Processes (co-listed in AS , OS & NP)

Event Information
The goal of this session is to provide a space for discussing and detailing new approaches for auditing climate models (global and regional) in order to assess their degree of self-consistency and realism. Today, the intercomparison of climate models is greatly favoured by the collection on single servers of standardized outputs of several models running under well-defined scenarios. Contributions should focus on the dynamical properties of climate models as well as on their representation of some key physical processes, thus going beyond the typical time-mean diagnostics. Contributions focusing on nonlinearity of the processes as well as on nonlinear methodologies for data analysis are also welcome.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
David Bader, PCMDI
Klaus Fraedrich, University of Hamburg


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