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Improved models show stronger climate change signal in the tropical Atlantic – or not

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Comparative study of the GEOMAR illustrates dependence on model resolution Climate models can only provide an approximation to the real world. Some models still suffer from relatively large biases in the sea surface temperatures of the tropical Atlantic. A new study by GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel shows that in a model with…

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