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2016
DeAngelis, Anthony M., Qu, Xin, et al.
Importance of vegetation processes for model spread in the fast precipitation response to CO2 forcing
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2015
Chung E., Soden B. J.
An assessment of methods for computing radiative forcing in climate models
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2015
Qu X., Hall A., et al.
The strength of the tropical inversion and its response to climate change in 18 CMIP5 models
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2014
Medeiros B., Stevens B., et al.
Using aquaplanets to understand the robust responses of comprehensive climate models to forcing
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2013
vial j., Dufresne J., et al.
On the interpretation of inter-model spread in CMIP5 climate sensitivity estimates
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2013
Kamae Y., Watanabe M.
Tropospheric adjustment to increasing CO2: its timescale and the role of land-sea contrast
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2013
Bony S., Bellon G., et al.
Robust direct effect of carbon dioxide on tropical circulation and regional precipitation
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2013
Stevens B., Bony S.
What Are Climate Models Missing?
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2012
Oueslati B., Bellon G.
Convective entrainment and large-scale organization of tropical precipitation : sensitivity of the CNRM-CM5 hierarchy of models
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2012
Oueslati B., Bellon G.
Tropical precipitation regimes and mechanisms of regime transitions : contrasting two aquaplanet general circulation models
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