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Publication Datesort descending Title Contact Institution
Regional Model Simulation of the African Monsoon Precipitation Response to Land Use Change Hagos, Samson
Representing Complex Consumer-Substrate Networks in Soil Biogeochemistry: Development for ESM Land Models with an Application to Litter Decomposition
Cooler Days, Warmer Nights Fyke, Jeremy G Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
Human and Natural Influences on the Changing Thermal Structure of the Atmosphere Fyke, Jeremy G Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
Interdecadal Connection between Arctic Temperature and Summer Precipitation over the Yangtze River Valley in the CMIP5 Historical Simulations Balaguru, K
Marine Low Cloud Cover is Likely to Decrease in the 21st Century
On Increasing Global Temperatures: 75 Years After Callendar
How Well Does ERA-Interim Reanalysis Replicate Trends in Extremes of Surface Temperature Across Europe
Updated High-resolution Monthly Grids of Monthly Climatic Observations: The CRU TS 3.10 Data Set
Independent Confirmation of Global Land Warming Without the Use of Station Temperatures
New Internationally Coordinated Climate Model Experiments Underway
Contributions of Radiative Forcing and Climate Feedbacks to Range of CMIP5 Global Warming Responses
Dynamic Ice Sheets in the Community Earth System Model
Ahoy Aquaplanet: Identifying Model Resolution Shortcomings Chen, Siyu
Atmospheric Bit Players Take Stage Chen, Siyu
Global Warming Caused by the Ozone Hole "Indirect Effect" Chen, Siyu
An Analysis of the Short-Term Cloud Feedback Using Satellite Data Chen, Siyu
Novel Analysis of Cloud Observations Helps Pave the Way Toward a New Class of High-resolution Climate Models Chen, Siyu
Compo et al. Article Makes Geophysical Research Letters Cover Chen, Siyu
The Spread in Snow-albedo Feedback Has Not Narrowed in the CMIP5 Ensemble Chen, Siyu
Climate Model Simulations of Clouds Are Improving Chen, Siyu
Exploring a Global Multiresolution Modeling Approach Using Aquaplanet Simulations Chen, Siyu
Double Trouble: Cloud Feedbacks and Rapid Adjustments to CO2 are Positive in Current GCMs Liu, Xiaohong
A New Top Boundary Condition for Modeling Surface Diffusive Exchange of Generic Tracers Liu, Xiaohong
A New Reactive Transport Solver Integrated in CLM4 and CLM4.5 Allows More Mechanistic Treatment of Processes and Evaluation of Uncertainties Liu, Xiaohong
Current Generation of Climate Models Predict Loss of Permafrost Liu, Xiaohong
Getting Collaborative About Climate: International Climate Research Team Finds Working Together Yields Best Results Wang, Minghuai
Alaskan Soil Carbon Stocks Have Large Spatial Variability and Dependence on Environmental Factors Wang, Minghuai
Evaluating Arctic Clouds in Climate Models Kay, J. E.
Illuminating the Processes Contributing to Cloud Feedback Ganguly, Dilip