Special Issue "Multi-Scale Climate Simulations"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 160
Interests: climate change in drylands; causes and mechanisms; model evaluation; error analysis; model improvement; future climate projections
Global warming has become one of the most prominent features of modern long-term climate change, and it is generally recognized that the dominant factor is external forcing. The influence of interdecadal or interannual changes, such as internal variability, leads to the complex characteristics of multi-scale interactions in the climate system. With increasing computer technology and understanding of climate change, climate models have been developed and updated for generations. Although models have improved their simulation of multi-scale changes in the climate system, there are still many errors.
The aim of this Special Issue is to go deeply into the study of multi-scale climate simulations. Topics of interest for the Special Issue include, but are not limited to:
1) Multi-scale change characteristics of climate system;
2) Causes and mechanisms of multi-scale climate change;
3) Model performance in multi-scale climate change, including error and its source analyzing, and model improvement;
4) The detection and attribution of multi-scale climate change;
5) Future projections.
Knowledge of the above is of great scientific and societal importance to the understanding of climate change and development of climate models.
Dr. Yun Wei
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- multi-scale climate change
- causes and mechanisms
- model comparison and evaluation
- error and its source analysis
- model improvement
- detection and attribution
- future projections