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  1. Do the models account for ocean-atmos temp/evap relationships? e.g. The largest evaporation losses from the Great Lakes occur during fall and winter when water is warm relative to air. I think water transport from the oceans to the atmosphere would be less when long term climate is warming than if long term climate is cooling … assuming everything else the same. With global warming there would be less precipitation than with global cooling, assuming everything else equal.

    Comment by Pat Neuman — 11 Dec 2004 @ 3:19 PM

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