Predictability of Climate
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (volume 6)
The theoretical foundations of the problem of deterministic predictability are nowadays quite clear. Let us summarize the basic concept and definitions.
KeywordsStrange Attractor Baroclinic Wave Positive Exponent Atmospheric Predictability Liapunov Exponent
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