Friday, February 17, 2006


[Edit: 9:30am: M. Huber: Pliocene climate the CCSM Paleo Climate Working Group meeting]]

It's interesting because CO2 is slightly more than modern. It was substantually warmer. It seems to be a good analog for the near term and coming future. That's interesting because it says the future is not the Oligocene like James thought it might.

They think that the tropic ocean model would be important and match better than simply copying and pasting the modern ocean with different temperature gradients. A map is here.

This seems to be more of a proposal rather than a run done already. Damnit, I'm not hearing crap for some reason.

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