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Livermore Scientists Create Highest Resolution Global Climate Simulations To Date

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July 10, 2002
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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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Atmospheric scientists from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have performed the first global climate simulations with spatial resolutions of roughly 50 km (30 miles). This capability will be used to assess climate change and its societal impacts.

LIVERMORE, Calif. — Atmospheric scientists from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have performed the first global climate simulations with spatial resolutions of roughly 50 km (30 miles). This capability will be used to assess climate change and its societal impacts.


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