Aggregate Models of global warming

Welcome to the NICCS model of the anthropogenic greenhouse effect.
The source code, documentations and exemplary input-output are available here.


(C) 2001 Kurt Georg Hooss

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Reference Texts

K.G.Hooss, R.Voss, K.Hasselmann, E.Maier-Reimer, F.Joos:
A nonlinear impulse-response model of the coupled carbon cycle-climate system (NICCS),
Climate Dynamics 18 (189-202), 2001

Aggregate models of climate change: development and applications
Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie, Examensarbeit Nr. 83,
Dissertation am Fachbereich Geowissenschaften der Universität Hamburg (6:2001)

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Kurt Georg Hooss

Last update: March 2005