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Publication Datesort ascending Title Contact Institution
07/2021 E3SM Probes Uncertainties in Ocean Surface Fluxes Eyre, Jack Reeves University of Washington
07/2021 Daymet v4 - High-Resolution, Multi-Decadal Surface Weather Dataset for Land Process Prediction Over North America, with Uncertainty Quantification Thornton, Peter Oak Ridge National Laboratory
06/2021 Effects of Organized Convection Parameterization on the MJO and Precipitation in E3SMv1. Part I: Mesoscale Heating Chen, Jack National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
05/2021 Quantifying the Occurrence of Record Hot years Through Normalized Warming Trends Zeng, Xubin University of Arizona
05/2021 Improving Convection Trigger Functions in Deep Convective Parameterization Schemes Using Machine Learning Zhang, Tao Brookhaven National Laboratory
05/2021 Increased Extreme Rains Bring More Nutrients to the Gulf of Mexico Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/2021 Identifying the Dominant Energy Components and the Associated Physical Processes of Greenland's Surface Melt Wang, Wenshan University of California - Irvine
04/2021 A New Experimental Strategy Identifies Sources of Undesirable Model Sensitivities Wan, Hui Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/2021 Simulating the Global Distribution and Climate Impacts of Nitrate Aerosol Rasch, Philip Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/2021 A Scalable Implicit Time-Stepping Method for the E3SM Ocean Model Kang, Hyun-Gyu Oak Ridge National Laboratory
03/2021 Effects of Coupling a Stochastic Convective Parameterization with the Zhang–McFarlane Scheme on Precipitation Simulation Zhang, Guang Scripps Institution of Oceanography
03/2021 Interactive Stratospheric Ozone (O3v2) Module for E3SMv2 Tang, Qi Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
03/2021 The Latest 21st Century Projections of Temperature and Precipitation Changes Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
01/2021 The Antarctic Peninsula Föhn Wind‐induced Melt Regime from 1979‐2018 Laffin, Matthew University of California - Irvine
01/2021 A Review of Modeling Paradigms of Plant Root Nutrient Acquisition Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
01/2021 Biomass Burning Aerosols in Most Climate Models are Too Absorbing Liu, Xiaohong Texas A&M University
01/2021 Disproportionate Control on Aerosol Burden by Light Rain Zhang, Guang Scripps Institution of Oceanography
12/2020 New Time-Stepping Algorithm Analysis Framework Guba, Oksana Sandia National Laboratories
12/2020 Strong Chemical Sources and Sinks Govern Secondary Organic Aerosol Loadings Leung, Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/2020 A Growing Freshwater Lens in the Arctic Ocean with Sustained Climate Warming Disrupts Marine Ecosystem Function Fu, Weiwei University of California - Irvine
11/2020 Seasonal Dependent Impact of Ice‐Cloud Longwave Scattering on the Polar Climate Huang, Xianglei University of Michigan Ann Arbor
11/2020 Satellite Observations Highlight Inaccuracies in How Climate Models Represent Dust Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2020 An Introduction to the AGU E3SM Special Collection Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2020 A Performance-Portable Nonhydrostatic Atmospheric Dycore for the Energy Exascale Earth System Model Running at Cloud-Resolving Resolutions Bertagna, Luca Sandia National Laboratories
10/2020 CMIP6 Volcanic Forcing Error Quantified to be Smaller than Internal Variability Durack, Paul J. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
10/2020 River and Reservoir Water Availability Guides Global Irrigation Modeling Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/2020 Careful Mathematical Choices Help More Rapidly Reduce Errors in Simulations Wan, Hui Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/2020 Using Mathematical Rigor to Increase the Physical Realism of Models Wan, Hui Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/2020 Different Types of Observations Show Robust Tropospheric Warming and Stratospheric Cooling Bader, Dave Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
09/2020 Should Sea-Ice Modeling Tools Designed for Climate Research Be Used for Short-Term Forecasting? Hunke, Elizabeth Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)

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