CCM3Community Climate Model 3
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Items Scheme Forecast model AREM2.4.0 Spatial resolution 37 km Vertical resolution 32 levels, model top at 10 hPa Model area 14[degrees]N-51[degrees]N, 74[degrees]E-136[degrees]E Parameterization of explicit Parameterization process for cold cloud physics cloud precipitation (Xu, [13]) Parameterization of land ZENG (1998) surface processes Parameterization of boundary CCM3 (1993) layer processes Equilibrium radiation of MM5 (1982) the land surface Boundary conditions Time variable boundary conditions Table 2: Descriptions of the four experiments with their quality control schemes.
Inherited cases of CCM are caused by loss of function in one of the 3 CCM genes (CCM1, CCM2 and CCM3) and the numbers of lesions rise with age, increasing risk of a hemorrhagic event.
Morcrette, 2000: Impact of an improved longwave radiation model, RRTM, on the energy budget and thermodynamic properties of the NCAR Community Climate Model, CCM3. J.
The CCM3 carbonA[degrees]ceramic braking system is also extremely efficient with new composite discs and pads.
Experiments were performed with the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Community Climate Model Version 3 (CCM3) [19] with spatial resolution T42 (2.81[degrees] x 2.81[degrees]), 18 vertical levels in the atmosphere, and using a hybrid sigma-pressure coordinate system and a time step interval of 15 minutes.
The radiation scheme in the model is from National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Community Climate Model version 3 (CCM3), which is described in Kiehl et al.
The radiative transfer scheme used is that of the global model CCM3 [40, 41].
[22] which includes the biosphere-atmosphere transfer scheme (BATS), a nonlocal vertical diffusion boundary layer scheme [19], the Community Climate Model version 3 (CCM3) [24] radiation scheme, and Grell convective schemes [25].