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Impact of Chemistry-Climate Interactions

PI: Judith Perlwitz
Institution: CIRES/University of Colorado
Abstract:
We carried out simulations with the Goddard Earth Observing System-Chemistry-Climate model using the SST of the following IPCC model runs (ukmo_hadgem1, Experiment: 720 ppm stabilization experiment (sresa1b), Run 1, and ncar_ccsm3_0, Experiment: 720 ppm stabilization experiment (sresa1b), Run 2). In the next step, we would like to compare the tropospheric response between our simulations, and the corresponding experiments with hadgem1 and ccsm3 that where mentioned above.

The goal is to determine the impact of chemistry-climate interaction on future changes in tropospheric extra-tropical climate.
Publications:
  • Perlwitz, J., S. Pawson, R. L. Fogt, J. E. Nielsen, and W. D. Neff, 2008: Impact of stratospheric ozone hole recovery on Antarctic climate. Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, 10.1029/2008GL033317. Abstract. Edit.

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