Extended Canadian middle atmosphere model: zonal-mean climatology and physical parameterizations

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Fomichev, V. I.; Ward, W. E.; Beagley, S. R.; McLandress, C.; McConnell, J. C.; McFarlane, N. A.; Shepherd, T. G.;

This paper describes the energetics and zonal-mean state of the upward extension of the Canadian Middle Atmosphere Model, which extends from the ground to ~210 km. The model includes realistic parameterizations of the major physical processes from the ground up to the l... View more
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