Climate models use mathematical equations to represent interactions between and within the ocean, land, ice, and atmosphere — providing a means to understand the climate system and predict future climate changes. They are becoming increasingly sophisticated, especially in their handling of atmospheric nanoparticles, say Peter Adams, Neil Donahue, and Spyros Pandis of Carnegie Mellon Univ. in the November AIChE Journal Perspective article, “Atmospheric Nanoparticles and Climate Change.”
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