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Climate Dynamics
A Masters level module

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Climate change: a contemporary and geological perspective: introduction
This file describes the resouces to be made available through the Open Educational Resources 'C-change in GEES' project exploring the open licensing of climate change and sustainability resources in the Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences.

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Java computer modelling of the Earth System
The JModel suite consists of a number of models of aspects of the Earth System. The Java programmes model in detail aspects of the cycles of some major biogeochemical elements that exemplify the range of geochemical processes in marine environments.

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Jmodels: Java models of earth system regulation
The JModel suite consists of a number of models of aspects of the Earth System. They can all be run from the JModels website. They are written in the Java language for maximum portability, and are capable of running on most computing platforms including Windows, MacOS and Unix/Linux. The models are controlled via graphical user interfaces (GUI), so no knowledge of computer programming is required to run them. The models currently available from the JModels website are: Ocean phosphorus cycle Ocean nitrogen and phosphorus cycles Ocean silicon and phosphorus cycles Ocean and atmosphere carbon cycle Energy radiation balance model (under development) The main purpose of the models is to investigate how material and energy cycles of the Earth system are regulated and controlled by different feedbacks. While the central focus is on these feedbacks and Earth System stabilisation, the models can also be used in other ways. These resources have been developed by: National Oceanography Centre, Southampton project led by Toby Tyrrell and Andrew Yool, focus on how the Earth system works.

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