Vol. 14, issue 06-07, article # 1

Kuzin V.I., Krupchatnikov V.N., Fomenko A.A., Krylova A.I., Golubeva A.A., Moiseev V.M., Shcherbakov A.V. Combined atmosphere-biosphere-soil-ocean model to study climate of Siberia. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 2001. V. 14. No. 06-07. P. 430-438.
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Climate changes caused by natural and anthropogenic factors are the result of complicated nonlinear relations of physical, chemical, and biological processes in the atmosphere, ocean, and the Earth surface. Since the investigation of a climate system is in seeking explanations of the climate variation over a period from one year to centuries, the main attention is given to the study of mechanisms of interaction between the above pointed subsystems of a climate system. In this paper we describe a concept of the development of a climate system model to investigate global climate and climate in Siberia based on the results obtained recently in the Department of Mathematical Simulation in Atmospheric Physics, Ocean, and Environmental Problems of the Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics SB RAS.