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From:Geoscientific Model Development (Vol. 15, Issue 18) Peer-ReviewedClassical numerical models for the global atmosphere, as used for numerical weather forecasting or climate research, have been developed for conventional central processing unit (CPU) architectures. This hinders the...
From:Geoscientific Model Development (Vol. 15, Issue 18) Peer-ReviewedTropical cyclones (TCs) are one of the most devastating natural disasters, which justifies monitoring and prediction on short and long timescales in the context of a changing climate. In this study, we have adapted and...
From:Geoscientific Model Development (Vol. 15, Issue 18) Peer-ReviewedTemperate forest ecosystems play a crucial role in governing global carbon and water cycles. However, unprecedented global warming presents fundamental alterations to the ecological functions (e.g., carbon uptake) and...
From:Geoscientific Model Development (Vol. 15, Issue 18) Peer-ReviewedDISAMAR (determining instrument specifications and analysing methods for atmospheric retrieval) is a computer model developed to simulate retrievals of properties of atmospheric trace gases, aerosols, clouds, and the...
From:Geoscientific Model Development (Vol. 15, Issue 18) Peer-ReviewedIn recent decades, advances in the flexibility and complexity of hydrologic models have enhanced their utility in scientific studies and practice alike. However, the increasing complexity of these tools leads to a number...
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