Research Highlights

The entire collection of Earth and Environmental System Modeling Research Highlights can be accessed using the sorting links on the left. You may also search the BER Research Highlights database by selecting Earth and Environmental System Modeling and/or Multisector Dynamics then selecting List.

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Submission Datesort ascending Title Author Institution
02/14/2019 An Evaluation of the Consistency of Extremes in Gridded Precipitation Data Sets Wehner, Michael Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
02/14/2019 Using Information Theory to Evaluate Directional Precipitation Interactions Over The West Sahel Region In Observations and Models Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
02/11/2019 Restoring Rain to a Model Amazon Forest Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
02/11/2019 Warmer Climate Brings Stronger Spring Storms to the United States Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
02/11/2019 New Aerosol Modeling Approach Takes Cues from Lab Experiments Shrivastava, ManishKumar Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
02/11/2019 Cloud Feedbacks to Surface Warming in the World’s First Global Climate Model to Include Explicit Boundary-Layer Turbulence. Pritchard, Mike University of California at Irvine
02/11/2019 Introduction to the Special Issue on Ocean Warming Durack, Paul J Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
02/11/2019 Ocean Warming: From the Surface to the Deep in Observations and Models Durack, Paul J Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
02/11/2019 Soil Moisture Variability Intensifies and Prolongs Eastern Amazon Temperature and Carbon Cycle Response to El Niño–Southern Oscillation Randerson, James T. University of California at Irvine
02/11/2019 Millennial‐scale Vulnerability of the Antarctic Ice Sheet to Regional Ice Shelf Collapse Martin, Dan Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
02/11/2019 Improving the Representation of the Statistical Properties of the Data-Model Discrepancies Can Increase the Upper Tail of Sea-Level Projections Weyant, John Stanford University
02/11/2019 Modeling Water Availability for Irrigation in the US Blanc, Elodie Massachusetts Institute of Technology
02/11/2019 New Technique Improves Understanding of Changes in the Frequency of Heavy Precipitation Gao, Xiang Massachusetts Institute of Technology
02/11/2019 A Simpler, Faster Way to Assess Environmental Impacts on Crop Yields Blanc, Elodie Massachusetts Institute of Technology
02/11/2019 How Well Do Global Gridded Crop Models (GGCMs) Replicate the Responsiveness of Historical US Yields to Weather? Weyant, John Stanford University
02/11/2019 Understanding Complexities in Sustainable Irrigation Water Withdrawals: Global Impacts on Food Production and Land Use Weyant, John Stanford University
02/11/2019 Analyzing the Effect of Ocean Internal Variability on Depth-Integrated Steric Sea-Level Rise Trends Using a Low-Resolution CESM Ensemble Weyant, John Stanford University
02/11/2019 Quantifying Non-Renewable Groundwater Return-Flow and Re-Use in Global Irrigation Weyant, John Stanford University
02/11/2019 The Effects of Adaptation Measures on Hurricane Induced Infrastructure/Property Losses Weyant, John Stanford University
02/06/2019 Observed and Projected Changes to the Precipitation Annual Cycle Marvel, Kate Columbia University
01/25/2019 Quantifying Uncertainty in the Energy Exascale Earth System Model Qian, Yun Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
01/24/2019 Optimization of the Eddy-Diffusivity/Mass-Flux Shallow Cumulus and Boundary-Layer Parameterization Using Surrogate Models Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
01/24/2019 Prognostic Power of Extreme Rainfall Scaling Formulas Across Space and Time Scales Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
01/24/2019 Deep Learning to Represent Subgrid Processes in Climate Models Pritchard, Mike University of California at Irvine
01/21/2019 Projecting Changes in Societally Impactful Northeastern U.S. Snowstorms Zarzycki, Colin National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
01/21/2019 FAT or FiTT: Are Anvil Clouds or the Tropopause Temperature-Invariant? Romps, David Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
01/21/2019 Evaluation of Proposed Emergent Constraints on Climate Sensitivity Caldwell, Peter Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
01/21/2019 Shifts in Phytoplankton Community Significantly Affect Clouds and Climate via the Sulfur Cycle Weijer, Wilbert Los Alamos National Laboratory
01/21/2019 Model Consensus Projections of US Regional Hydroclimates Under Greenhouse Warming Phillips, Thomas J. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
01/21/2019 Influence of Dimethyl Sulfide (DMS) on the Carbon Cycle and Biological Production Weijer, Wilbert Los Alamos National Laboratory

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