Challenges and advances in climate projection methodology and their use in projecting oceans futures

Title
Challenges and advances in climate projection methodology and their use in projecting oceans futures
Author(s)
SI. Ito; C. Enrique; 장찬주; W. Muyin
KIOST Author(s)
Jang, Chan Joo(장찬주)
Publication Year
2015-12-28
Abstract
Increasing computational power, improved fidelity of climate models and data obtained by global observing networks have advanced our understanding of both climate change and climate model evaluation. In addition, Coupled Model Intercomparison Projects (CMIPs) have contributed to improving climate model ability to reproduce past climates as well as climate variability through the use of ensemble modeling approaches. Nevertheless, typical model resolution is a half to one degree in latitude/longitude in the ocean model component, which climate models and data obtained by global observingnetworks have advanced our understanding of both climate change and climate model evaluation. In addition, Coupled Model Intercomparison Projects (CMIPs) have contributedto improving climate model ability to reproduce past climates as well as climate variability through the use of ensemble modeling approaches.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/24967
Bibliographic Citation
Our common future under climate change:international scientific conference, pp.215, 2015
Publisher
UNESCO,
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
UNESCO,
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Research Interests

upper ocean dynamics,regional climate modeling,ocean climate change,해양상층역학,지역기후모델링,해양기후변화

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