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In seasonal computations, the Mintz-Arakawa two-level model is found to be sensitive to a minor alteration in the computational program. Effects of the program change on monthly mean sea level pressure fields are small in the first month, but large in the second and third months, although the meteorological histories generated by both the original and modified programs are equally credible. The inherited effects of a. transient (one month) sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly on the computeddoi:10.1175/1520-0493(1973)101<0767:snosta>2.3.co;2 fatcat:gxarfhui4ba6vballddb4phrsa