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Climate models (11)

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Badlands Basin and landscape dynamics Salles, Tristan
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GISS AOM GISS Atmosphere-Ocean Model Rind, David
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GISS GCM ModelE GISS GCM ModelE Schmidt, Gavin
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MITgcm The MITgcm (MIT General Circulation Model) is a numerical model designed for study of the atmosphere, ocean, and climate. Lovenduski, Nicole
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PSTSWM Parallel Spectral Transform Shallow Water Model Worley, Patrick
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QTCM Quasi-equilibrium Tropical Circulation Model Neelin, David
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STSWM NCAR Spectral Transform Shallow Water Model Hack, James
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WACCM Dust-Sulfur Whole atmosphere module of sulfate aerosols. Neely, Ryan
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WACCM-CARMA atmospheric/aerosol microphysical model English, Jason
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WACCM-EE GCM for deep paleoclimate studies Wolf, Eric
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WRF Weather Research and Forecasting Model Skamarock, Bill
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Climate tools (2)

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ModelParameterDictionary Tool written in Python for reading model input parameters from a simple formatted text file. Tucker, Greg
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NEXRAD-extract Extract data from NEXRAD Doppler Radar NetCDFs Wickert, Andy
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