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The Simulation of SST, Sea Ice Extents and Ocean Heat Transports
in aversion of the Hadley Centre Coupled Model without Flux Adjustments

Chris Gordon, Claire Cooper, Catherine A Senior, Helene Banks, Jonathan M Gregory, Timothy C Johns, John FB Mitchell, Richard A Wood

Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research, Bracknell, UK

Climate Dynamics 16 (2000) 147-168


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Corresponding author: Dr Chris Gordon,
  Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research,
  Met Office,
  London Road,
  RG12 2SY,
  United Kingdom.
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