Kampenhout, L. van (Leo)
L.vanKampenhout at uu.nl
Tue Jan 17 11:39:25 MST 2017
(1) I quickly checked the melt and SMB values for run 129, there is no change from run 126. SMB sits at 531 Gt/yr.
(2) If that's still possible, that would be great.
Leo van Kampenhout
Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, Utrecht University
BBG room 672
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On 17 Jan 2017, at 18:48, Jean-Francois Lamarque <lamar at ucar.edu<mailto:lamar at ucar.edu>> wrote:
a couple of thoughts after the meeting
1) can you look at 129 to see what the SMB is in this case? Do you
need to have a few more years?
2) it might be worth to do the albedo tuning in 129 since, according to
Dave, the Arctic vegetation will not change (and so the T response we are seeing now should be staying).
Hope this helps. Cheers,
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