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In simple terms, the MoU keeps AMS members informed of important CMOS news and events, provides a reduced registration fee for the CMOS annual congress, and grants CMOS Associate Member status for a bargain price (66% of the normal member price), which includes online subscriptions to Atmosphere-Ocean and CMOS Bulletin (for the complete list of membership benefits, consult www .
John Bye, Large-scale momentum exchange in the coupled atmosphere-ocean, Elsevier Oceanography Series, 40:51-61, 1985.
The Navy and other agencies of the national government should, however, be aware for planning purposes that the cause of the vanishing ice is poorly understood, the thaw may very well be of short duration, and it may be due entirely to natural resonances in the atmosphere-ocean system.
Keywords: Atmosphere-ocean global climate models, precipitation, RUSLE, soil erosion
Global circulation models (GCMs) of the atmosphere-ocean system typically have horizontal spatial discretization of hundreds of miles (kilometers).
We are now working with climatologists to improve the warm pool surface layer's mathematic representation in the global, coupled atmosphere-ocean models currently used for long term climate prediction.
For example, it will likely enhance atmosphere-ocean interactions that affect the ocean's heat storage and currents, change freshwater storage and export patterns, alter Arctic ecosystems and possibly change the ocean's response to acidification.
Among many of his pioneering studies, his work on tropical wave dynamics, monsoons, and tropical atmosphere-ocean coupling have guided the research in these fields for the past several decades.
net with the BBC Climate Change Experiment, ran simulations using a complex atmosphere-ocean climate model.
In the coupled atmosphere-ocean climate model, sea ice virtually disappears in Hudson Bay.
Using those cyclones, Emanuel crafted a coupled atmosphere-ocean model to estimate the net ocean heating generated by all 67 storms.
Such a program is under way at CSIRO Atmospheric Research, where our Mark 2 coupled atmosphere-ocean model has been used to reveal a number of previously unknown aspects of the climate of the Southern Hemisphere.