Research Highlights

The entire collection of Climate Modeling Research Highlights can be accessed using the sorting links on the left. 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
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
01/15/2018 Neglecting Longwave Scattering Yields Significant Earth System Model Biases Kuo, Chia-Pang Texas A&M University
01/18/2018 Earth System Model High-Latitude Temperature Biases can be Resolved by Incorporating Realistic Surface Longwave Emission Kuo, Chaincy Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
02/12/2018 Implicit-Explicit (IMEX) Runge-Kutta Methods for Non-Hydrostatic Atmospheric Models Gardner, David J. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
02/27/2018 Improved Representation of Surface Spectral Emissivity in a Global Climate Model and its Impact on Simulated Climate Huang, Xianglei University of Michigan
02/27/2018 Design of Measurement Networks for Predictive Uncertainty Reduction Lu, Dan Oak Ridge National Laboratory
04/03/2018 Assessing the Resolution Adaptability of the Zhang-McFarlane Cumulus Parameterization with Spatial and Temporal Averaging Yun, Yuxing Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
05/14/2018 Evaluating Ice Sheet Model Initializations Kennedy, Joseph H. Oak Ridge National Laboratory
06/29/2018 Impact and Importance of Hyperdiffusion on the Spectral Element Method: A Linear Dispersion Analysis Ullrich, Paul University of California Davis
03/02/2018 Near Term Ocean Warming Around Antarctica Affects Long Term Rate of Sea Level Rise Jackson, Charles The University of Texas at Austin