Research Highlights

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Publication Date Title Contact Institution
A Fresh Look at Air Quality Extremes - From a Climate Perspective Haga, D I University of British Columbia
10/2014 Climate Simulations and Projections with the Super-Parameterized CCSM4 Stan, Cristiana George Mason University
10/2014 A Physically-Based Heterogeneous Ice nucleation Parameterization in CAM5 Wang, Yong University of Wyoming
11/2014 Evidence that relationship between low-level cloud reflectivity and temperature in the current climate can predict the climate change response Gordon, Neil D
11/2014 The Transient Circulation Response to Radiative Forcings and Sea Surface Warming Staten, Paul W University of Utah
11/2014 Investigating Ice Nucleation in Cirrus Clouds with an Aerosol-enabled Multi-scale Modeling Framework Zhang, Chengzhu Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO)
09/2014 Advection, Moistening, and Shallow-to-Deep Convection Transitions during the Initiation and Propagation of Madden-Julian Oscillation Hagos, Samson Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
09/2014 The Genesis of Obs4MIPs Teixeira, Joao National Aeronautics and Space Administration
10/2014 Cyclone-Cyclone Interactions through the Ocean Pathway Balguru, Karthik Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
The AeroCom Evaluation and Intercomparison of Organic Aerosol in Global Models
11/2014 Long-Term Sea-Level Change Revisited: The role of salinity Durack, Paul J. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
10/2014 Quantifying Underestimates of Long-Term Upper-ocean Warming Durack, Paul J. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
04/2014 An Assessment of Global and Regional Sea Level for Years 1993–2007 in A Suite of Interannual CORE-II Simulations Griffies, Stephen M. Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL)
09/2014 Model Experiments Develop Technique to Understand How Aerosols Change Ice Clouds Zhang, K Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
10/2014 Powerful Brakes Applied by Cyclones’ Cold Wakes Balguru, Karthik Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
11/2014 The Bright Side of Arctic Clouds Kravitz, Ben Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
09/2014 On the Right Track for Tropical Clouds Hagos, Samson Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
12/2014 Intercomparison of the Cloud Water Phase among Global Climate Models Komurcu, Muge University of Wyoming
12/2014 Increasing Greenhouse Gases Linked to Rains over Africa During the African Humid Period Otto-Bliesner, Bette L
11/2014 Tall Clouds from Tiny Raindrops Grow Hagos, Samson Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
09/2014 Integrating New Cloud Processes in CAM5 Park, Sungsu National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
12/2014 Regional Precipitation Simulations for the Mid-1970s Shift and Early-2000s Hiatus Meehl, Gerald A National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
01/2015 Unified Multi-Scale Model Moves Up to Ecosystem Scale Yang, Xiaofan Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
05/2014 Is AMOC more predictable than North Atlantic heat content? Branstator, G
08/2013 An Assessment of Global and Regional Sea Level in a Suite of Interannual CORE-II Hindcast Simulations: A Synopsis Griffies, Stephen M
09/2014 Assessing A Dry Surface Layer-based Soil Resistance Parameterization for the Community Land Model using GRACE and FLUXNET-MTE Data [nid:3046] Swenson, S C
10/2013 Intensification of Decadal and Multi-Decadal Sea Level Variability in the Western Tropical Pacific during Recent Decades Han, W.
06/2014 CMIP5 Climate Model Analyses: Climate extremes in the United States Wuebbles, D
09/2014 Climate Model Simulations of the Observed Early-2000s Hiatus of Global Warming Meehl, G A National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
07/2014 An Evaluation of Experimental Decadal Predictions Using CCSM4 Karspeck, A

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