1.1. ENERGY BALANCE MODELS OF CLIMATE DYNAMICS 5 0 2 · 105 3 · 105 4 · 105 105 time T ε (t) T3(t) T1(t) Figure 1.6. A typical solution trajectory of equation (1.2) for the small noise amplitude. 0 2 · 105 3 · 105 4 · 105 105 time T ε (t) T3(t) T1(t) Figure 1.7. A typical solution trajectory of equation (1.2) for the large noise amplitude. 0 2 · 105 3 · 105 4 · 105 105 time T ε (t) T 3 (t) T 1 (t) Figure 1.8. A typical solution trajectory of equation (1.2), the noise amplitude well tuned. curves are well tuned with the periodic input. A typical well tuned curve is shown in Figure 1.8.

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