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Title Principal Investigator(s) Institution Project Start Project Endsort ascending
Chemistry in CESM-SE: Evaluation, Performance, and Optimization Lamarque, Jean-François National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
Parameterization Development at High Resolution in Atmospheric Models Utilizing Both Idealized and Realistic Model Configurations Held, Isaac Princeton University
Improving CESM Efficiency to Study Variable C:N:P Stoichiometry in the Oceans Primeau, Francois University of California Irvine
The Problem of Bias in Defining Uncertainty in Computationally Enabled Strategies for Data-Driven Climate Model Development Jackson, Charles S. The University of Texas
Investigating the Role of Biogeochemical Processes in the Northern High Latitudes on Global Climate Feedbacks using an Efficient Scalable Earth System Jain, Atul K. University of Illinois
Quantifying the Uncertainties of Aerosol Indirect Effects and Impacts on Decadal-Scale Climate Variability in NCAR CAM5 and CESM1 Nenes, Athanasios Georgia Institute of Technology
Evaluating the Climate Sensitivity of Dissipative Subgrid-Scale Mixing Processes and Variable Resolution in NCAR's Community Earth System Model Jablonowski, Christiane University of Michigan
Improving the Representation of Soluble Iron in Climate Models Garcia-Pando, Carlos Perez Columbia University
Predictability of the Carbon-Climate System on Seasonal to Decadal Time Scales Fung, Inez University of California Berkeley
High-Resolution Model Development to Quantify the Impact of Icebergs on the Stability of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Condron, Alan University of Massachusetts Amherst
Closing the Oceanic Branch of the Hydrological and Carbon Cycles and Sea Level Budget in the Community Earth System Model Danabasoglu, Gokhan University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
Understanding Climate Model Biases in Tropical Atlantic and Their Impact on Simulations of Extreme Climate Events Chang, Ping Texas A&M University
Improving the Representation of Coastal and Estuarine Processes in Earth System Models Bryan, Frank National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
Validation and quantification of uncertainty in coupled climate models using network analysis Bracco, Annalisa Georgia Institute of Technology School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Physics and Dynamics Coupling Across Scales in the Next Generation CESM: Meeting the Challenge of High Resolution Bacmeister, Julio National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
Modeling Long-Term Changes in Climate, Ice Sheets and Sea Level: Using the Paleo Record to Understand Possibilities for the Future Otto-Bliesner, Bette L. National Center for Atmospheric Research
Calibrated and Systematic Characterization, Attribution, and Detection of Extreme (CASCADE) Collins, William Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Improving tide-estuary representation in MPAS-Ocean
Fire, dust, air and water: Improving aerosol biogeochemistry interactions in ACME.
Collaborative Research to Narrow Uncertainties in Precipitation and the Hydrological Cycle in Climate Models Trenberth, Kevin University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
Multiscale Land -Atmosphere Interaction in Tropical Ecosystems Denning, Scott Colorado State University
Evaluation of the Large-Scale and Regional Climatic Response across North Africa to Natural Variability in Oceanic Modes and Terrestrial Vegetation among the CMIP5 Models Notaro, Michael University of Wisconsin-Madison
Biogeochemical Responses and Feedbacks to Climate Change: Synthetic Meta-Analyses Relevant to Earth System Models Hungate, Bruce Northern Arizona University
Paleo-Megadroughts and Abrupt Climate Changes in the Speleothem Records Fung, Inez University of California - Berkeley
Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction of Extratropical Storm Track Activity over the U.S. using NMME Data Chang, Kar Stony Brook University
Advancing Extreme Value Analysis of High Impact Climate and Weather Events Wehner, Michael Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Understanding and Constraining the Midlatitude Cloud Optical Depth Feedback in Climate Models Hartmann, Dennis L University of Washington
Understanding the Roles of Cloud Microphysics and Land Surface Coupling Feedbacks in Multi-Scale Predictions of Central US Summer Hydroclimate Pritchard, Michael University of California Irvine
Evaluation of NCAR CAM5 Simulated Marine Boundary Layer Cloud Properties Using A Combination Of Satellite And Surface Observations Zhang, Zhibo University of Maryland
Using ARM Measurements to Understand and Reduce the Double ITCZ Biases in the Community Atmospheric Model Zhang, Minghua Stony Brook University

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