The Climate Research Division of the Atmospheric Science and Technology Directorate of Environment Canada is acknowledged for supporting Jaxk Reeves and Jien Chen through Contracts KM040-04-5200 and KM040-05-0121. Robert Lund and QiQi Lu were supported in part by National Science Foundation Grant DMS 0304407.
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