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Abstract. Monotonicity is an important property of remapping operators for coupled weather and climate models. However, it is often challenging to design highly accurate operators that avoid the generation of new extrema or keep a remapped field between physically prescribed bounds. To that end, this paper explores several traditional and novel approaches for both conservative and non-conservative monotone remapping on the sphere. The accuracy and effectiveness of these algorithms are evaluateddoi:10.5194/gmd-2022-248 fatcat:hvpruy3nfvbkpajm5ej3rwl2vu