Share  Bookmark

 Download from


Bengtsson, L. K., Hodges, I. and Froude, L. S. R. 2005. Global observations and forecast skill. Tellus 57A, 515527.
Charney, J. G., Fleagle, R. G., Riehl, H., Lally, V. E. and Wark, D. Q. 1966. The feasibility of a global observation and analysis experiment. Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc. 47, 200220.
Leith, C. E. 1965. Numerical simulation of the earth's atmosphere. Methods in Computational Physics Volume 4, Academic Press, New York, 128.
Lorenz, E. N. 1982. Atmospheric predictability experiments with a large numerical model. Tellus 34, 505513.
Mintz, Y. 1964. Very long term global integration of the primitive equations of atmospheric motion. WMOIUGG Sympos. Res. Dev. Aspects of LongRange Forecasting, World Meteor. Org., Tech. note No. 66, 141155.
Simmons, A. J., Mureau, R. and Petroliagis, P. 1995. Error growth and estimates of predictability from the ECMWF forecasting system. Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc. 121, 17391772.
Simmons, A. and Hollingsworth, A. 2002. Some aspects of the improvement in skill of numerical weather prediction. Q. J. R. Meteoral. Soc. 128, 647677.
Smagorinsky, J. 1963. General circulation experiments with the primitive equations. I. The basic experiment. Mon. Weather. Rev. 91, 99 164.
Smagorinsky, J. 1969. Problems and promises of deterministic extended range forecasting. Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc. 50, 286 311.
White, P. 2000. IFS Documentation Part III: Dynamics and Numerical Procedures (CY21R4), Meteorological Bulletin M1.6/4, ECMWF, Shinfield Park, Reading UK.