Predicting Future Climate


Entry_ID: GCRIO 194 GCRIO_Inventory: 1 Entry_Title: Predicting Future Climate Document_Author: Wuethrich, Bernice Agency_Name: NOAA>National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Start_Date: 1994-02-22
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Audience_Interest_Guide: General Interest
Audience_Interest_Guide: Education

This article describes climate models and the TOGA (Tropical Ocean and
Global Atmosphere) Program based at NOAA, which focus on predicting El
Nino, sea surface temperatures, and other climate change events. Reprinted
from "EOS," Volume 75, Number 8, February 22, 1994, pp. 81-82.

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Data_Center_Name: NOAA Office of Global Programs
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Phone: (301) 427-2089
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Group: Address
1100 Wayne Ave. Suite 1225
Silver Spring, MD 20910-5603
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Storage_Medium: 2 pages printed matter
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Discipline: Physical Science > Climatology > Meteorology
Discipline: Physical Science > Earth Science > Atmosphere
Discipline: Physical Science > Land
Discipline: Physical Science > Ocean
Location: North America > United States
Location: Global
Keyword: climate change
Keyword: models
Keyword: climate predictions
Keyword: El Nino
Keyword: TOGA COARE
Keyword: CLIVAR>Climate Variability
Keyword: ocean
Keyword: atmosphere
Keyword: NOAA>National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Keyword: climate modelers
Keyword: meteorologists
Keyword: El-Nino