Research Highlights

The entire collection of Climate Modeling Research Highlights can be accessed using the sorting links on the right. You may also search the BER Research Highlights database by selecting Climate and Earth System Modeling and/or Integrated Assessment then selecting List.

Any item marked with a star indicates that it has been added in the last 30 days.

Submission Date Title Author Institution
10/29/2017 Spiraling Pathways of Global Deep Waters to the Surface of the Southern Ocean Morrison, Adele Australian National University
11/09/2017 Observations Indicate that the Low-Cloud Feedback is Positive Klein, Stephen LLNL
11/09/2017 Validation of a Statistical Methodology for Extracting Vegetation Feedbacks: Focus on North African Ecosystems in the Community Earth System Model Notaro, Michael University of Wisconsin-Madison
11/09/2017 Observed Positive Vegetation-Rainfall Feedbacks in the Sahel Dominated by a Moisture Recycling Mechanism Notaro, Michael University of Wisconsin-Madison
11/29/2017 Evaluating Land-Atmosphere Coupling in Model Simulations Phillips, Thomas Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
11/29/2017 A Novel Way to Compute Ocean Mixing with Particles Wolfram, Phillip J. Los Alamos National Laboratory
11/29/2017 Performance Analysis of Fully Explicit and Fully Implicit Solvers Within A Spectral Element Shallow-Water Atmosphere Model Evans, Katherine Oak Ridge National Laboratories
11/29/2017 Methanogenesis in Oxygenated Soils is Important for Wetland Methane Emissions: Implications for Earth System Models Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
11/29/2017 A New Way to Uncover Aerosol Radiative Forcing Errors Feldman, Daniel Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
12/08/2017 Understanding the Sensitivity of the Mean State of the Community Atmosphere Model (CAM) to Horizontal Resolution Reed, Kevin A. Stony Brook University
12/08/2017 New Dams Could Offset Future Flood Risk along Key River Corridor in South Asia Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/08/2017 How Many Weather Stations are enough to Accurately Simulate Building Energy Demand? Burleyson, Casey Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/08/2017 Reservoir Management Alters Flood Frequency at the Regional Scale Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/08/2017 Predicting and Planning for Chronic Climate-Driven Disturbances Stover, Daniel DOE Terrestrial Ecosystem Science
12/08/2017 Effects of Local Water Extraction and Reservoir Regulation on Drought in the United States Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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