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Increasing Climate Model Components

Figure 33.26

This figure appears in chapter 33 of the Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment report.

The development of climate models over the last 35 years showing how the different components were coupled into comprehensive climate models over time. In each aspect (for example, the atmosphere, which comprises a wide range of atmospheric processes) the complexity and range of processes has increased over time (illustrated by growing cylinders). Note that during the same time the horizontal and vertical resolution has increased considerably. (Figure source: adapted from Cubasch et al. 2013559102a8-1511-4050-ab53-58c3d8c04869).

When citing this figure, please reference adapted from Cubasch et al. 2013559102a8-1511-4050-ab53-58c3d8c04869.

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