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    Nature Climate Change
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Understanding climate-driven impacts on the multivariate global wind-wave climate is paramount to effective offshore/coastal climate adaptation...
    Volume
    9
    Number
    9
    Pages
    711-718
    Date Published
    09/2019
    DOI
    10.1038/s41558-019-0542-5
    “Robustness And Uncertainties In Global Multivariate Wind-Wave Climate Projections”. 2019. Nature Climate Change 9: 711-718. doi:10.1038/s41558-019-0542-5.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Nature Geoscience
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Clarifying how increased atmospheric CO2 concentration (eCO2) contributes to accelerated land carbon sequestration remains important since this...
    Volume
    12
    Number
    10
    Pages
    809-814
    Date Published
    09/2019
    DOI
    10.1038/s41561-019-0436-1
    “Field-Experiment Constraints On The Enhancement Of The Terrestrial Carbon Sink By Co2 Fertilization”. 2019. Nature Geoscience 12: 809-814. doi:10.1038/s41561-019-0436-1.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Geophysical Research Letters
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    The response of extreme precipitation to warming varies widely among climate models, especially in the tropics. In some models, there have been...
    Date Published
    10/2019
    DOI
    10.1029/2019gl084826
    “Nonlinear Response Of Extreme Precipitation To Warming In Cesm1”. 2019. Geophysical Research Letters. doi:10.1029/2019gl084826.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Geophysical Research Letters
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    The Community Earth System Model Version 2 (CESM2) has an equilibrium climate sensitivity (ECS) of 5.3 K. ECS is an emergent property of both climate...
    Volume
    46
    Number
    14
    Pages
    8329-8337
    Date Published
    09/2019
    DOI
    10.1029/2019gl083978
    “High Climate Sensitivity In The Community Earth System Model Version 2 (Cesm2)”. 2019. Geophysical Research Letters 46: 8329-8337. doi:10.1029/2019gl083978.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal
    Nature Geoscience
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    The occurrence of extreme hot and dry conditions in warm seasons can have large impacts on human health, energy and water supplies, agriculture and...
    Date Published
    10/2019
    DOI
    10.1038/s41561-019-0456-x
    “Australian Hot And Dry Extremes Induced By Weakenings Of The Stratospheric Polar Vortex”. 2019. Nature Geoscience. doi:10.1038/s41561-019-0456-x.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Atmosphere
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    We have recently argued that marine interfacial surface tension must have a distinctive biogeography because it is mediated by fresh surfactant...
    Volume
    10
    Number
    5
    Pages
    230
    Date Published
    04/2019
    DOI
    10.3390/atmos10050230
    “Biogeochemical Equation Of State For The Sea-Air Interface”. 2019. Atmosphere 10: 230. doi:10.3390/atmos10050230.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Quaternary Science Reviews
    Year of Publication
    2010
    Abstract / Summary
    Twenty ice cores drilled in medium to high accumulation areas of the Greenland ice sheet have been used to extract seasonally resolved stable isotope...
    Number
    3-4
    Pages
    522-538
    Date Published
    02/2010
    DOI
    10.1016/j.quascirev.2009.11.002
    “Climatic Signals In Multiple Highly Resolved Stable Isotope Records From Greenland”. 2010. Quaternary Science Reviews, 522-538. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2009.11.002.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Scientific and societal interest in the relationship between the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) and U.S. East Coast sea level has...
    Date Published
    10/2019
    DOI
    10.1029/2019jc015152
    “The Relationship Between U.s. East Coast Sea Level And The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation: A Review”. 2019. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Oceans. doi:10.1029/2019jc015152.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal of Climate
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Rossby waves can cross the equator and connect the Northern Hemisphere (NH) and Southern Hemisphere (SH), or be blocked in the vicinity of the equator...
    Volume
    32
    Number
    18
    Pages
    6117-6135
    Date Published
    09/2019
    DOI
    10.1175/jcli-d-18-0722.1
    “Equatorial Windows And Barriers For Stationary Rossby Wave Propagation”. 2019. Journal Of Climate 32: 6117-6135. doi:10.1175/jcli-d-18-0722.1.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Geophysical Research Letters
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    A greater warming trend of sea surface temperature in the tropical Indian Ocean than in the tropical Pacific is a robust feature found in various...
    Date Published
    09/2019
    DOI
    10.1029/2019gl084088
    “Indian Ocean Warming Trend Reduces Pacific Warming Response To Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gases: An Interbasin Thermostat Mechanism”. 2019. Geophysical Research Letters. doi:10.1029/2019gl084088.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Anthropogenic sulfur compounds play an important role in acid deposition, aerosol particle formation, and subsequent radiative forcing and human fine...
    Volume
    124
    Number
    8
    Pages
    4812-4826
    Date Published
    05/2019
    DOI
    10.1029/2018jd030001
    “Impact Of Anthropogenic Emission Injection Height Uncertainty On Global Sulfur Dioxide And Aerosol Distribution”. 2019. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 124: 4812-4826. doi:10.1029/2018jd030001.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Black carbon (BC) particles exert a potentially large warming influence on the Earth system. Reductions in BC emissions have attracted attention as a...
    Volume
    19
    Number
    4
    Pages
    2405-2420
    Date Published
    02/2019
    DOI
    10.5194/acp-19-2405-2019
    “Variability, Timescales, And Nonlinearity In Climate Responses To Black Carbon Emissions”. 2019. Atmospheric Chemistry And Physics 19: 2405-2420. doi:10.5194/acp-19-2405-2019.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Geophysical Research Letters
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Black carbon (BC) has previously been found to intensify haze in China by stabilizing the planetary boundary layer. With ocean, sea ice, and cloud...
    Volume
    46
    Number
    1
    Pages
    452-460
    Date Published
    01/2019
    DOI
    10.1029/2018gl080941
    “Black Carbon Amplifies Haze Over The North China Plain By Weakening The East Asian Winter Monsoon”. 2019. Geophysical Research Letters 46: 452-460. doi:10.1029/2018gl080941.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Climate Dynamics
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Until recently, the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) was considered a reliable source of winter precipitation predictability in the western US...
    Date Published
    10/2019
    DOI
    10.1007/s00382-019-05004-8
    “Maximizing Enso As A Source Of Western Us Hydroclimate Predictability”. 2019. Climate Dynamics. doi:10.1007/s00382-019-05004-8.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.

    MultiSector Dynamics

    MSD
    The MultiSector Dynamics program area seeks to advance scientific understanding of the complex interactions, interdependencies, and co-evolutionary pathways of human and natural systems, including interdependencies among sectors and infrastructures. These model efforts inform some of the most significant energy, economic, and infrastructure decisions affecting the world today.
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    Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Tropical forests play a crucial role in the global carbon cycle, accounting for one-third of the global NPP and containing about 25% of global...
    Date Published
    10/2019
    DOI
    10.1029/2019jg005082
    “The Effects Of Phosphorus Cycle Dynamics On Carbon Sources And Sinks In The Amazon Region: A Modeling Study Using Elm V1”. 2019. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. doi:10.1029/2019jg005082.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Earth System Model Development

    ESMD
    The Earth System Model Development (ESMD) program area supports innovative and computationally advanced earth system modeling capabilities, with the goal of providing accurate representations of the fully coupled and integrated Earth system, as needed for energy and related sectoral infrastructure planning.

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal of Climate
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    The gridding of daily accumulated precipitation–especially extremes–from ground-based station observations is problematic due to the fractal nature of...
    Date Published
    08/2019
    DOI
    10.1175/jcli-d-19-0077.1
    “Detected Changes In Precipitation Extremes At Their Native Scales Derived From In Situ Measurements”. 2019. Journal Of Climate. doi:10.1175/jcli-d-19-0077.1.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    A bulk three‐moment representation for rain microphysics is developed and implemented in the Predicted Particle Properties (P3) microphysics scheme...
    Volume
    11
    Number
    1
    Pages
    257-277
    Date Published
    09/2019
    DOI
    10.1029/2018ms001512
    “Three-Moment Representation Of Rain In A Bulk Microphysics Model”. 2019. Journal Of Advances In Modeling Earth Systems 11: 257-277. doi:10.1029/2018ms001512.
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    Journal
    Climate Research
    Year of Publication
    2013
    Abstract / Summary
    We examine the characteristics, amplitude and phase, of the temporal variation in the rates of global-mean surface temperature change during the past...
    Pages
    11-18
    DOI
    10.3354/cr01159
    “Rate Of Global Temperature Change During The Past Millennium”. 2013. Climate Research, 11-18. doi:10.3354/cr01159.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Geophysical Research Letters
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Two high‐resolution versions of a Coupled Earth System Model (CESM1.3: 0.25° atmosphere, 1° ocean; CESM1.1: 0.25° atmosphere, 0.1° ocean) are compared...
    DOI
    10.1029/2019gl084057
    “Effects Of Model Resolution, Physics, And Coupling On Southern Hemisphere Storm Tracks In Cesm1.3”. 2019. Geophysical Research Letters. doi:10.1029/2019gl084057.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal of Advances in the Modeling of Earth Systems
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    This study provides an overview of the coupled high-resolution version 1 of the Energy Exascale Earth System Model (E3SMv1) and documents the...
    DOI
    10.1029/2019MS001870
    “The Doe E3Sm Coupled Model Version 1: Description And Results At High Resolution”. 2019. Journal Of Advances In The Modeling Of Earth Systems. doi:10.1029/2019MS001870.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Earth System Model Development

    ESMD
    The Earth System Model Development (ESMD) program area supports innovative and computationally advanced earth system modeling capabilities, with the goal of providing accurate representations of the fully coupled and integrated Earth system, as needed for energy and related sectoral infrastructure planning.
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    Journal
    Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    An atmospheric river (AR) event represents strong poleward moisture transport and is defined as a series of spatiotemporally connected instantaneous...
    DOI
    10.1029/2019jd031218
    “Impact Of Distinct Origin Locations On The Life Cycles Of Landfalling Atmospheric Rivers Over The U.s. West Coast”. 2019. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. doi:10.1029/2019jd031218.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal
    Journal of Climate
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    An ensemble seasonal hindcast approach is used to investigate the development of the equatorial Pacific cold sea surface temperature (SST) bias and...
    DOI
    10.1175/jcli-d-19-0513.1
    “A Hindcast Approach To Diagnosing The Equatorial Pacific Cold Tongue Sst Bias In Cesm1”. 2019. Journal Of Climate. doi:10.1175/jcli-d-19-0513.1.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal of Climate
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Recent studies have suggested that coherent multidecadal variability exists between North Atlantic atmospheric blocking frequency and the Atlantic...
    DOI
    10.1175/jcli-d-19-0324.1
    “Impact Of Multidecadal Variability In Atlantic Sst On Winter Atmospheric Blocking”. 2019. Journal Of Climate. doi:10.1175/jcli-d-19-0324.1.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Modeling and observations suggest that Thwaites Glacier, West Antarctica, has begun an unstable retreat. Concurrently, oceanographic observations have...
    Date Published
    12/2019
    DOI
    10.1029/2019jf005155
    Hoffman, Matthew J., Xylar Asay-Davis, Stephen F. Price, Jeremy Fyke, and Mauro Perego. 2019. “Effect Of Subshelf Melt Variability On Sea Level Rise Contribution From Thwaites Glacier, Antarctica”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface. doi:10.1029/2019jf005155.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Earth System Model Development

    ESMD
    The Earth System Model Development (ESMD) program area supports innovative and computationally advanced earth system modeling capabilities, with the goal of providing accurate representations of the fully coupled and integrated Earth system, as needed for energy and related sectoral infrastructure planning.
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    Geophysical Research Letters
    Year of Publication
    2020
    Abstract / Summary
    Equilibrium climate sensitivity, the global surface temperature response to CO2 doubling, has been persistently uncertain. Recent consensus places it...
    DOI
    10.1029/2019GL085782
    “Causes Of Higher Climate Sensitivity In Cmip6 Models”. 2020. Geophysical Research Letters. doi:10.1029/2019GL085782.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences
    Year of Publication
    2020
    Abstract / Summary
    It is well known that the stratospheric quasi-biennial oscillation (QBO) is forced by equatorial waves with different horizontal/vertical scales...
    Volume
    77
    Number
    1
    Pages
    149-165
    DOI
    10.1175/jas-d-19-0123.1
    “Variability Of The Stratospheric Quasi-Biennial Oscillation And Its Wave Forcing Simulated In The Beijing Climate Center Atmospheric General Circulation Model”. 2020. Journal Of The Atmospheric Sciences 77: 149-165. doi:10.1175/jas-d-19-0123.1.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal
    Nature Climate Change
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Increasingly, climate change impact assessments rely directly on climate models. Assessments of future water security depend in part on how the land...
    Volume
    9
    Number
    12
    Pages
    926-933
    DOI
    10.1038/s41558-019-0639-x
    “The Potential To Reduce Uncertainty In Regional Runoff Projections From Climate Models”. 2019. Nature Climate Change 9: 926-933. doi:10.1038/s41558-019-0639-x.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal
    Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Atmospheric rivers (ARs) are now widely known for their association with high‐impact weather events and long‐term water supply in many regions...
    DOI
    10.1029/2019jd030936
    “The Atmospheric River Tracking Method Intercomparison Project (Artmip): Quantifying Uncertainties In Atmospheric River Climatology”. 2019. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. doi:10.1029/2019jd030936.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal
    Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres
    Year of Publication
    2010
    Abstract / Summary
    McLean et al. (2009) (henceforth MFC09) claim that the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO), as represented by the Southern Oscillation Index (SOI)...
    Number
    D9
    Date Published
    05/2010
    DOI
    10.1029/2009JD012960
    “Comment On "Influence Of The Southern Oscillation On Tropospheric Temperature" By Jd Mclean, Cr De Freitas, And Rm Carter”. 2010. Journal Of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres. doi:10.1029/2009JD012960.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.
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    Journal
    Geophysical Research Letters
    Year of Publication
    2019
    Abstract / Summary
    Meridional sensible and latent heat transport is evaluated for regions with landfalling atmospheric rivers using both MERRA‐2 reanalysis and fully...
    DOI
    10.1029/2019gl085565
    “Meridional Heat Transport During Atmospheric Rivers In High‐Resolution Cesm Climate Projections”. 2019. Geophysical Research Letters. doi:10.1029/2019gl085565.
    Funding Program Area(s)

    Regional & Global Model Analysis

    RGMA
    The Regional & Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area advances the predictive understanding of Earth’s climate by focusing on a scientific analysis of the dominant sets of governing processes that describe climate variability and change at scales ranging from global to regional, and subseasonal to centennial.

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