MGO Footnotes

Main Geophysical Observatory (MGO): References

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[3]Meleshko, V.P., A.P. Sokolov, D.A. Sheinin, V.A. Lyubanskaya, P.V. Sporyshev, V.A. Matyugin, B.E. Shneerov, V.A. Govorkova, and V.M. Kattsov, 1991: An atmospheric general circulation/mixed layer ocean model for climate studies and long range weather forecasts. Meteorologia i Hydrologia, 5. (In Russian, with English translation also available.)

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[6]Sheinin, D.A., 1983: Construction of a semi-implicit dissipative time integration scheme with a negligible computational mode. Trudy GGO (MGO Proc.), No. 481, 108-128 (in Russian).

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