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.

Publication Date Title Contact Institution
03/2016 Representing Leaf and Root Physiological Traits in CLM Improves Global Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling Predictions Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)
02/2016 A Generic Law-of-the-Minimum Flux Limiter for Simulating Substrate Limitation in Biogeochemical Models Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)
01/2016 Multiple Soil Nutrient Competition between Plants, Microbes, and Mineral Surfaces Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)
01/2018 Impacts of Microtopographic Snow Redistribution and Lateral Subsurface Processes on Hydrologic and Thermal States in an Arctic Polygonal Ground Ecosystem: A Case Study Using ELM-3D v1.0 Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)
04/2018 Strong Dependence of Simulated Carbon-Nitrogen Dynamics on Numerical Coupling Between Nitrogen Uptake and Mineralization Processes Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)
10/2018 Weaker Land–Climate Feedbacks From Nutrient Uptake During Photosynthesis-Inactive Periods Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
04/2019 Comparison with Global Soil Radiocarbon Observations Indicates Needed Carbon Cycle Improvements in the E3SM Land Model Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
04/2019 A First-Principle Based Theory Predicts Observed Moisture Sensitivity of Soil Heterotrophic Respiration Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
04/2019 Model Verification for Multi-Physics Problems: Analysis in ELMv1 of Soil and Plant Hydraulics and Thermal Advection and Diffusion Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory