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Little et al. 2007

Little, C.M., M. Oppenheimer, R.B. Alley, V. Balaji, G.K.C. Clarke, T.L. Delworth, R. Hallberg, D.M. Holland, C.L. Hulbe, S. Jacobs, J.V. Johnson, H. Levy, W.H. Lipscomb, S.J. Marshall, B.R. Parizek, A.J. Payne, G.A. Schmidt, R.J. Stouffer, D.G. Vaughan, and M. Winton, 2007: Toward a new generation of ice sheet models. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. U., 88, no. 52, 578-579, doi:10.1029/2007EO520002.

Large ice sheets, such as those presently covering Greenland and Antarctica, are important in driving changes of global climate and sea level. Yet numerical models developed to predict climate change and ice sheet-driven sea level fluctuations have substantial limitations: Poorly represented physical processes in the ice sheet component likely lead to an underestimation of sea level rise forced by a warming climate.

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  author={Little, C. M. and Oppenheimer, M. and Alley, R. B. and Balaji, V. and Clarke, G. K. C. and Delworth, T. L. and Hallberg, R. and Holland, D. M. and Hulbe, C. L. and Jacobs, S. and Johnson, J. V. and Levy, H. and Lipscomb, W. H. and Marshall, S. J. and Parizek, B. R. and Payne, A. J. and Schmidt, G. A. and Stouffer, R. J. and Vaughan, D. G. and Winton, M.},
  title={Toward a new generation of ice sheet models},
  journal={Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. U.},

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ID  - li03400p
AU  - Little, C. M.
AU  - Oppenheimer, M.
AU  - Alley, R. B.
AU  - Balaji, V.
AU  - Clarke, G. K. C.
AU  - Delworth, T. L.
AU  - Hallberg, R.
AU  - Holland, D. M.
AU  - Hulbe, C. L.
AU  - Jacobs, S.
AU  - Johnson, J. V.
AU  - Levy, H.
AU  - Lipscomb, W. H.
AU  - Marshall, S. J.
AU  - Parizek, B. R.
AU  - Payne, A. J.
AU  - Schmidt, G. A.
AU  - Stouffer, R. J.
AU  - Vaughan, D. G.
AU  - Winton, M.
PY  - 2007
TI  - Toward a new generation of ice sheet models
JA  - Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. U.
VL  - 88
IS  - 52
SP  - 578
EP  - 579
DO  - 10.1029/2007EO520002
ER  -

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