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A recent JTECH study answers questions about how the drag coefficient affects the atmosphere and ocean during the typhoon process, using simulations of Typhoons Haima and Nida from an atmosphere–wave–ocean coupled model.
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[INVALID] A new JAMC study presents a hurricane risk assessment model that simulates North Atlantic Ocean tropical cyclone tracks and intensity, conditioned on the early season large-scale climate state.
In a new WCAS study, the impacts of climate change on ethnic relationships were explored using a sequence of peacemaking events between farming and nomadic groups in northern China, constructed using historical documents, and war and temperature sequence data from previous studies.
A recent study in JHM investigates the impact of local SST on the mountain snowpack of the U.S. West Coast using two 6-km regional climate simulations driven by the same lateral boundary conditions but with time-varying versus time-invariant and warmer local SSTs during 2003–15.