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Title Principal Investigator(s) Institution Project Startsort ascending Project End
A Framework for Improving Analysis and Modeling of Earth System and Intersectoral Dynamics at Regional Scales (HyperFACETS) 2019 2022
Enabling Aerosol-cloud interactions at GLobal convection-permitting scalES (EAGLES) 2019 2022
Monsoon Extremes: Impacts, Metrics, and Synoptic-Scale Drivers 2018 2021
Parameterizing the Impact of Mesoscale Eddies on Earth System Processes in the Energy Exascale Earth System Model 2018 2021
The Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation: Key Drivers and Climate Impacts 2018 2021
Mechanisms of Pacific Decadal Variability in ESMs 2018 2021
Incorporate More Realistic Surface-Atmosphere Radiative Coupling in E3SM 2018 2021
Collaborative Project: Developing Coupled Data Assimilation Strategy 2018 2021
Madden-Julian Oscillation, Tropical Cyclones, and Precipitation Extremes in E3SM 2018 2021
Enhancing Convection Parameterization for Next Generation E3SM 2018 2021
The Multi-Plume Eddy-Diffusivity/Mass-Flux (EDMF) Unified Parameterization: Stratocumulus and the Transition to Cumulus Boundary Layers 2018 2021
Reducing Uncertainty of Polar to Midlatitude Linkages Using DOE's E3SM in a Coordinated Model Experiment 2018 2021
Decadal Prediction and Predictability of Extremes in Ocean Eddy Resolving Coupled Models 2018 2021
Simulating Extreme Precipitation in the United States in the Energy Exascale Earth System Model: Investigating the importance of Representing Convective Intensity Versus Dynamic Structure 2018 2021
Improving Momentum Transport Processes in E3SM 2018 2021
Adaptive Vertical Grid Enhancement for E3SM 2018 2020
Development of Terrestrial Dynamical Cores for the ACME to Simulate Water Cycle 2018 2020
Non-Hydrostatic Dynamics with Multi-Moment Characteristic Discontinuous Galerkin (NH-MMCDG) Methods 2017 2020
Reducing Uncertainty in Biogeochemical Interactions through Synthesis and Computation (RUBISCO) Scientific Focus Area (SFA) 2017 2020
Multi-scale Modeling of Extreme Events and Impact Information 2017 2022
Understanding Severe Thunderstorms in the Central United States 2017 2022
Optimization of Sensor Networks for Improving Climate Model Predictions 2017 2020
A New Discrete Element Sea-Ice Model for Earth System Modeling 2017 2020
Probabilistic Sea-Level Projections from Ice Sheet and Earth System Models 2017 2022
Assessing and Improving the Numerical Solution of Atmospheric Physics in E3SM 2017 2020
Coupling Approaches for Next-Generation Architectures (CANGA) 2017 2022
Sectoral Interactions, Compounding Influences and Stressors, and Complex Systems: Understanding Tipping Points and Non-Linear Dynamics 2016 2022
Cloud-Resolving Climate Modeling of the Earth's Water Cycle 2016 2020
Calibrated and Systematic Characterization, Attribution, and Detection of Extremes (CASCADE) 2016 2021
Integrated Multisector, Multiscale Modeling (IM3) Scientific Focus Area 2016 2020

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