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I am a Ph.D student in Computer Science and Statistical Genetics. I recently became very interested in climate change, for obvious reasons. I would like to use my solid scientific and statistical background in order to get a good grasp of the models that climate scientists use to generate the dire predictions of global warming, which quickly seem to become reality, and to understand the possible outcomes and their probabilities.
Is there a good reference or review, book or paper(s), that could provide a clear, thorough introduction to the field for people like me, who have no background in climate studies but are interested in the technical details?