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Introduction and Historical Development
Physical Description of the Climate
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adiabatic lapse rate albedo Antarctic approximation Arctic atmo atmosphere and ocean atmospheric models average boundary calculations Chapter circulation model climate models climate system cloud coefficients components conservation constant convection Coriolis Coriolis parameter density derivative earth's surface eddies emission energy equation finite difference flow flux function global gradient grid gridpoint Hadley cell Hibler horizontal hydrostatic equation ice concentrations ice cover ice thickness integrated lapse rate large-scale latent heat latitude layer Legendre polynomials low pressure LPRINT Manabe mid-latitude moisture momentum motions NCAR North Northern Hemisphere observed obtained ocean circulation ocean models parameterization Parkinson pattern polar polynya primitive equation regions Rossby wave salinity scales Schematic sea ice sea ice models sea level pressure Semtner sensible heat simulated snow solar radiation spectral spherical streamfunction SUBROUTINE surface temperature thermodynamics tion tropics troposphere values variables vector velocity vertical water vapor wave number wavelength wind zonal