|Title||AN ATTEMPT TOWARDS DYNAMIC MODELING OF THE EARTH’S CLIMATE SYSTEM|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2015|
|Authors||KHAN S.B, AHMED N.U|
|Journal||Dynamic Systems and Applications|
|AMS Subject Classification||35K51, 35K55, 76N99, 93C20|
In this paper we attempt to develop a broader dynamic (mathematical) model for the climate system of the planet earth. This is based on two major components namely the atmosphere around the planet and the oceans all subject to the solar radiation, lunar gravity and their impact on land, sea and the atmosphere. It is assumed that the atmosphere-ocean interaction is the fundamental source of the global climate variability. Based on this fact we develop a mathematical model that takes into account all the possible major interactions. This model is further extended to a stochastic dynamic system in order to include uncertainties in many of the natural forces. The authors believe that this model will allow for numerical evaluation of many physical variables of interest possibly leading to a better understanding of the climate variability of the earth as a whole.