Biological and Environmental Research - Earth and Environmental System Sciences
Earth and Environmental System Modeling

Current Projects

You may also search for projects using the Office of Science Project Abstracts.

Titlesort descending Principal Investigator(s) Institution Project Start Project End
Assessing the Influence of Background State and Climate Variability on Tropical Cyclones Using Initialized Ensembles and Mesh Refinement in E3SM 2019 2022
Collaborative Research: Understanding Air-Sea Feedbacks to the MJO Through Process Evaluation of Observations and E3SM Experiments 2019 2022
Decadal Prediction and Predictability of Extremes in Ocean Eddy Resolving Coupled Models 2018 2021
Influence of Antarctic and Greenland Continental Shelf Circulation on High-Latitude Oceans in E3SM 2019 2022
Madden-Julian Oscillation, Tropical Cyclones, and Precipitation Extremes in E3SM 2018 2021
Mechanisms of Pacific Decadal Variability in ESMs 2018 2021
Modeling Arctic Storms and Impacts of Diminishing Sea Ice 2020 2022
Monsoon Extremes: Impacts, Metrics, and Synoptic-Scale Drivers 2018 2021
Paleo-Megadroughts and Abrupt Climate Changes in the Speleothem Records 2015 2020
Reducing Uncertainty of Polar to Midlatitude Linkages Using DOE's E3SM in a Coordinated Model Experiment 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
The Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation: Key Drivers and Climate Impacts 2018 2021
Understanding Dynamics and Thermodynamics of ENSO and its Complexity Simulated by E3SM and Other Climate Models 2019 2022