The EdGCM Project develops and distributes a research-quality global climate model (GCM) with a user-friendly interface that runs on desktop computers. Anyone can explore the subject of climate change using the same methods and tools that scientists employ.
Spencer Weart, AIP - This essay gives more in-depth, historical background on the development of global climate models.
NASA Earth Observatory
NOAA - proposal written by V. Bjerknes on weather prediction as published in the Magazine of Meteorology, January 1904.
Univ. of Minnesota - The world's only fluid-mechanics laboratory that uses a natural waterfall as its prime water source.
UCAR - A freely available global atmosphere model for use by the wider climate research community.
Google - Research database allows searching of the scholarly literature.