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CMIP6: amip


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2022
Koshiro, Tsuyoshi, Kawai, Hideaki, et al.
Estimated cloud-top entrainment index explains positive low-cloud-cover feedback
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2022
Qin, Yi, Zelinka, Mark D., et al.
On the Correspondence Between Atmosphere‐Only and Coupled Simulations for Radiative Feedbacks and Forcing From CO 2
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2021
Rajendran, Kavirajan, Surendran, Sajani, et al.
Simulation of Indian summer monsoon rainfall, interannual variability and teleconnections: Evaluation of CMIP6 models
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2021
Watters, Daniel, Battaglia, Alessandro, et al.
The Diurnal Cycle of Precipitation According to Multiple Decades of Global Satellite Observations, Three CMIP6 Models, and the ECMWF Reanalysis
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2021
Douville, Hervé, John, A.
Fast adjustment versus slow SST-mediated response of daily precipitation statistics to abrupt 4xCO2
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2021
Tang, Shuaiqi, Gleckler, Peter, et al.
Evaluating Diurnal and Semi-Diurnal Cycle of Precipitation in CMIP6 Models Using Satellite- and Ground-Based Observations
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2020
Horowitz, Larry W., Naik, Vaishali, et al.
The GFDL Global Atmospheric Chemistry‐Climate Model AM4.1: Model Description and Simulation Characteristics
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2020
Douville, Hervé, Decharme, B., et al.
Drivers of the enhanced decline of land near-surface relative humidity to abrupt 4xCO2 in CNRM-CM6-1
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2020
Grise, Kevin M., Davis, Sean M.
Hadley cell expansion in CMIP6 models
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2020
Bodman, R. W., Karoly, D. J., et al.
Evaluation of CMIP6 AMIP climate simulations with the ACCESS-AM2 model
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2020
Oudar, Thomas, Cattiaux, Julien, et al.
Robustness and drivers of the Northern Hemisphere extratropical atmospheric circulation response to a CO$$_2$$-induced warming in CNRM-CM6-1
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