Audience: This book is intended for graduate students in science and engineering. It is also useful for a broad spectrum of computational science and engineering researchers, especially those who want a brief introduction to the methods and capabilities of climate models and those who use climate model results in their investigations. Information on numerical methods used to solve the equations of motion and climate simulations using parallel algorithms on high-performance computers challenges researchers who aim to improve the prediction of climate on decadal to century time scales.
Contents: Chapter 1: Earth Observation; Chapter 2: Geophysical Flow; Chapter 3: Numerical Methods of Climate Modeling; Chapter 4: Climate Simulation; Chapter 5: Climate Analysis
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