The Regional Impacts of Climate Change

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Climate change and the regulation of the surface moisture and energy budgets. Clim. Dyn., 8, 225-239.

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A transient climate change simulation with historical and projected greenhouse gas and aerosol forcing (to be submitted).

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Time dependent greenhouse warming computations with a coupled ocean atmosphere model. Clim. Dyn., 8, 55-69.

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IPCC, 1994b:

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Manabe, S. and R.T. Wetherald, 1987:

Large scale changes of soil wetness induced by an increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide. J. Atmos. Sci., 44, 1211-1235.

Manabe, S., R.J. Stouffer. M.J. Spelman, and K. Bryan, 1991:

Transient responses of a coupled ocean atmosphere model to gradual changes of atmospheric CO2. Part I - Annual mean response. J. Climate, 4, 785-818.

Manabe, S., M.J. Spelman, and R.J. Stouffer, 1992:

Transient responses of a coupled ocean-atmosphere model to gradual changes in atmospheric CO2. Part II - Seasonal response. J. Climate, 5, 105-126.

McFarlane, N.A., G.J. Boer, J.P. Blanchet, and M. Lazare, 1992:

The Canadian Climate Centre second general circulation model and its equilibrium climate. J. Climate, 5, 1013-1044.

Meehl, G.A. and W.M. Washington, 1990:

CO2 climate sensitivity and snow - sea ice albedo parameterization in an atmospheric GCM coupled to a mixed layer ocean model. Climatic Change, 16, 283-306.

Meehl, G.A., G.W. Branstator, and W.M. Washington, 1993:

Tropical Pacific interannual variability and CO2 climate change. J. Climate, 6, 42-63.

Meehl, G.A., 1996:

Vulnerability of fresh water resources to climate change in the tropical Pacific region. J. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 92, 203-213.

Meehl, G.A. and W.M. Washington, 1996:

El Nino-like climate change in a model with increased CO2 concentrations. Nature, 382, 56-60.

Mitchell, J.F.B. and D.A. Warrilow, 1987:

Summer dryness in northern mid-latitude due to increased CO2. Nature, 330, 238-240.

Mitchell, J.F.B., C.A. Senior, and W.J. Ingram, 1989:

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Mitchell, J.F.B. and T.J. Johns, 1996:

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Murphy, J. and J.F.B. Mitchell, 1995:

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The dependence of climate sensitivity on the horizontal resolution of a GCM. J. Climate, 8, 2860-2880.

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