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
01/29/2015 Aerosol Indirect Effect on the Grid-Scale Clouds in the Two-Way Coupled WRF–CMAQ
01/29/2015 Early 20th Century Global Warming Linked to Tropical Pacific Wind Strength Thompson, D M National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
02/12/2015 Born by Bubbles, Destined for Clouds Burrows, S M Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
02/12/2015 Cirrus Clouds Represent An Important Component of the Cloud Feedback Zhou, Chen LLNL
02/12/2015 Electricity Needs Water: A State-by-State Assessment Liu, Lu Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
02/12/2015 Sensitivity to Energy Technology Costs: A Multi-Model Comparison Analysis Bosetti, Valentina Bocconi University
02/20/2015 Towards Quantifying the Increasing Role of Oceanic Heat in Sea Ice Loss in the New Arctic
02/20/2015 Improved Numerical Methods Reduce Spurious Mixing in MPAS-Ocean Petersen, Mark R Los Alamos National Laboratory
02/20/2015 Atmospheric Rivers, Finely Modeled Hagos, Samson Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
02/20/2015 Modelling of Long-Range Transport of Southeast Asia Biomass-Burning Aerosols Lin, Chuan-Yao Academia Sinica Taiwan
03/06/2015 Ocean currents complicate reconstructions of past climate Sebille, Erik van University of New South Wales
03/23/2015 Climate Change Speed-Up Smith, Steven J Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/23/2015 A Breath of Cold Air: scientists discover the truth behind the role of cold air pools in climate Smith, Steven J Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/23/2015 The Influence of Sea Salt Variability on Clouds
03/23/2015 Soot and Dust: A Better Picture of the Impact on Snow
03/23/2015 Environmental Research Letters - Highlights of 2014 Lobell, D B
03/25/2015 A Burning Issue: Following Soot to the Arctic Wang, Hailong Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/25/2015 Improving Representation of Convective Transport for Scale-Aware Parameterization, Part II: Analysis of Cloud-Resolving Model Simulations
03/25/2015 A Multi-scale Modelling Framework Model (Superparameterized CAM5) with a Higher-Order Turbulence Closure: Model Description and Low-Cloud Simulations
03/25/2015 Long-term Trend and Sources of Carbonaceous Particles Measured in a Southeastern Tibetan Glacier
03/25/2015 Parameterizing Deep Convection using the Assumed Probability Density Function Method
03/25/2015 Derivation of an Observation-Based Map of North African Dust Emission
03/25/2015 Understanding the El Nino-like Oceanic Response in the Tropical Pacific to Global Warming
03/25/2015 HESFIRE: A Global Fire Model to Explore the Role of Anthropogenic and Weather Drivers Page, Yannick Le Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/14/2015 Impact of Tropical Cyclones on Sea Surface Chlorophyll Page, Yannick Le Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/14/2015 Effects of Pre-Existing Ice Crystals on Cirrus Clouds in the Community Atmosphere Model Zhang, Kai Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/14/2015 Tracking Down Time Missteps
04/14/2015 Trading Off Climate Models’ Issues
04/15/2015 Aerosol Specification in Single-Column Community Atmosphere Model Version 5 Habtezion, Bereket Lebassi Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
04/15/2015 Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity in Light of Observations over the Warming Hiatus Johansson, Daniel J. A. Chalmers University of Technology

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