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Numerical Model study of Surface Temperature and Hydrological Budget Change for the Last Glacial Maximum

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Title
Numerical Model study of Surface Temperature and Hydrological Budget Change for the Last Glacial Maximum
Other Titles
마지막 최대 빙하기의 온도 및 물수지 변화 수치모델연구
Authors
Yoon, Ho Il
Lee, Bang Yong
Kim, Seong-Joong
Subject
Environmental Sciences & Ecology
Issue Date
2006
Citation
Yoon, Ho Il, Lee, Bang Yong, Kim, Seong-Joong. 2006. "Numerical Model study of Surface Temperature and Hydrological Budget Change for the Last Glacial Maximum". Korean Geophysical Society, 9: 135-145.
Abstract
The surface temperature and hydrological budget for the last glacial maximum (LGM) is simulatedwith an atmospheric general circulation model of NCAR CCM3 at spectral truncation of T170, corespondingto a grid cel size of roughly 75 km. LGM simulations were forced with the reconstructed CLIMAP sea surface temperatures, sea ice distribution, ice sheet topography, reduced CO2, and orbital parameters.oC in winter, 5.6oC in sumer,and 6oC annual-mean. The decrease of surface temperature leads to a weakening of the hydrologicalcycle. Global-mean precipitation decreases by about 14% in winter, 17% in summer, and 13% annually.However, some regions such as the U.S., southern Europe, northern and eastern Africa, and the SouthAmerica appear to be weter in the LGM winter and Canada and the Midle East are weter in sumer. model captures detailed climate features over land.Key words Last Glacial Maximum, Temperature, Precipitation, Numerical Simulation, CCM3
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http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/6717
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