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Balancing AI and physics: Toward a learnable climate model

Artificial intelligence (AI) is bringing notable changes to atmospheric science, particularly with the introduction of large AI weather models like Pangu-Weather and GraphCast. However, alongside these advancements, questions ...

Unlocking Arctic mysteries: How melting ice shapes our climate

Recent decades have witnessed rapid changes in the Arctic climate, with warming rates surpassing global averages by three to four times. This puzzling "Warm Arctic, Cold Eurasia" climate phenomenon has profound implications, ...

Research unveils findings in storm microphysics parameterization

Research led by Professor Ming Xue from the University of Oklahoma's Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms has uncovered new insights into microphysics parameterization (MP) schemes, significantly advancing our understanding ...

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