Rainfall plays a crucial role in the Earth's climate: the concealed warmth launched throughout precipitation development is a major energy source that drives the atmospheric blood circulation, and rainfall is a fundamental part of the Earth's hydrological cycle. The exact simulation of rainfall in global environment models is of terrific scientific and societal rate of interest. As an integral part of the Earth's hydrological cycle, more exact simulations of global and regional precipitation regularity, distribution and strength are vital to better simulations of the present environment and future projected environment changes for choice production and impacts applications. By Implementing a stochastic deep-convection plan into the Zang-McFarlan deterministic deep-convection system, we boost the depiction of convection in the United States Department of Energy Exascale Earth System Model Atmosphere Model version 1.
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