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Climate science technical notes

Climate Science Technical Notes

Recent reports in the Met Office Hadley Centre Technical Note series.

Climate science involves the development of climate datasets based on observations; the use of these datasets in climate change monitoring and attribution; and the use of Earth System Models to make future predictions from months to centuries into the future.

Hadley Centre Technical Notes
Number Title Author(s) Year
100 Marine Projections Palmer, M.; Howard, T.; Tinker, J.; Lowe, J. 2016
99 Assessment of the UKCP09 probabilistic land scenarios, including comparison against IPCC CMIP5 multi-model simulations.

Sexton, D.; Murphy, J.; Richardson, K.; Harris, G.; Brown, S.; Tinker, J (Met Office).; Karmalkar, A (University of Massachusetts).

98 Meridional overturning circulations driven by surface wind and buoyancy forcing. Bell, M.J. 2015
97 Investigation and quality assessment of the Past Weather Code from the Integrated Surface Database.

Pope, R.J.; Willett, K.M.; Osborn, T.J.; Thorne, P.

96 Disaggregation of daily data in JULES. Williams, K.; Clark, D. 2014
95 Revised vertical mixing parameters for the UK community standard configuration of the global NEMO ocean model. Calvert, D.; Siddorn, J. 2013
94 Real-time forecast skill for Europe in the combined Met Office and ECMWF monthly prediction system. Becker, B.; Wallace, E.; Williams, A.; Arribas, A. 2013
93 A review of lateral diffusion for Met Office ocean shelf modelling.

Furner, R.

92 Reducing the atmospheric lifetime of black carbon when using the CLASSIC aerosol scheme.

Rumbold, S.T.

91 Assessment of possibility and impact of rapid climate change in the Arctic.

Hewitt, H.; Bacon, S.; Feltham, D.; Folland, C.; Giles, K.; Graham, T.; Hawkins, E.; Hodson, D.; Jackson, L.; Keeley, S.; Keen, A.; Laxon, S.; McLaren, A.; Menary, M.; Palmer, M.; Ridley, J.; Scaife, A.; Smith, D.; Srokosz, M.; West, A.; Wood, R.; Schweiger, A.


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