Scientific development of a massively parallel ocean climate model
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Research activities are grouped in fifteen categories and summarized. Report covers period 1994-1998.
FINAL REPORT ON CHAMMP-SUPPORTED RESEARCH (9/1/94 - 2/28/98) "Scientific Development of a Massively Parallel Ocean Climate Model”; A. Semtner (PI), Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) [A. Semter 4-23-99 (signature)] Tesearch activities are grouped in fifteen categories and summarized below...
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