Accelerated Climate Modeling for Energy

Accelerated Climate Modeling for Energy Research Highlights

Accelerated Climate Modeling for Energy
Research Highlights

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Submission Datesort ascending Title Author Institution
08/14/2017 Simulating the Global Water Cycle with A High Spatial-Resolution Climate Model Terai, Christopher Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
08/14/2017 Climate Mitigation from Vegetation Biophysical Feedbacks during the Past Three Decades Shi, Xiaoying Oak Ridge National Laboratory
08/14/2017 Measuring the Impact of Mesoscale Eddies in the Ocean’s Climate Ringler, Todd D Los Alamos National Laboratory
08/14/2017 Understanding Current and Eddy Contributions to Ocean Mixing Wolfram, Phillip J. Los Alamos National Laboratory
08/07/2017 A High Order Characteristic Discontinuous Galerkin Scheme for Advection on Unstructured Meshes Lee, David Los Alamos National Laboratory
06/27/2017 Evaluating Climate Simulations against Aircraft Measurements Rasch, Phil Pacific Northest National Laboratory
06/22/2017 Exploring an Ensemble-Based Approach to Atmospheric Climate Modeling and Testing at Scale Mahajan, Salil Oak Ridge National Laboratory
06/20/2017 Compiler Technologies for Understanding Legacy Scientific Code Wang, Dali Oak Ridge National Laboratory
06/13/2017 Biospheric Feedback Effects in a Synchronously Coupled Model of Human and Earth Systems Thornton, Peter Oak Ridge National Laboratory
05/24/2017 Isopycnal eddy mixing across the Kuroshio Extension: Stable versus unstable states in an eddying model McClean, Julie L. Scripps Institution of Oceanography
05/15/2017 Hope for Constraining Atmospheric Particles’ Effects on Clouds Ghan, Steven J Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/17/2017 Detecting Modeling Problems Early and Quickly Wan, Hui Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/17/2017 Representing Floodplain Inundation in an Earth System Model Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/27/2017 New Topography-Based Subgrid Units Improve Land-Surface Modeling Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/27/2017 Dust and Organic Sea Spray Contribute to Cloud Freezing Burrows, Susannah Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/10/2017 Gone with the Wind: The Trans-Pacific Journey of Atmospheric Particles Kassianov, Evgueni Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/21/2016 Multiple Soil Nutrient Competition between Plants, Microbes, and Mineral Surfaces Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
11/21/2016 A Generic Law-of-the-Minimum Flux Limiter for Simulating Substrate Limitation in Biogeochemical Models Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
11/21/2016 Representing Leaf and Root Physiological Traits in CLM Improves Global Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling Predictions Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
11/14/2016 Bit Grooming Improves Precision/Storage Ratio Zender, Charles S. University of California Irvine
11/14/2016 Bit Grooming Improves Precision/Compression Ratio Zender, Charles S. University of California Irvine
09/21/2016 Explicit Aqueous Phase Redox and pH Dynamics Added to the Converging Trophic Cascade (CTC) Decomposition Model Thornton, Peter E. Climate Change Science Institute
09/21/2016 Phosphorus Feedbacks Constraining Tropical Ecosystem Responses to Changes in Atmospheric CO2 and Climate Yang, Xiaojuan Climate Change Science Institute
09/21/2016 Human-Induced Greening of the Northern Extratropical Land Surface Mao, Jiafu Oak Ridge National Laboratory
09/21/2016 Global Model Improved by Incorporating New Hypothesis for Vegetation Nutrient Limitation, Supported by Field Experiment Thornton, Peter E. Oak Ridge National Laboratory
07/29/2016 Uncertainty Quantification in Climate Modeling and Projection Qian, Yun Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
07/05/2016 Implementing and Evaluating Variable Soil Thickness in the Community Land Model, Version 4.5 (CLM4.5) Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
07/05/2016 Classification of Hydrological Parameter Sensitivity and Evaluation of Parameter Transferability across 431 US MOPEX Basins Huang, Maoyi Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
06/17/2016 Tracking Aerosol Lifetimes using Radioactive Tracers Wang, Hailong Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/10/2016 Aerosol Effects on Different Types of Clouds Ghan, Steven J. Institute for Climate and Global Change Nanjing Univeristy

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