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The entire collection of Earth and Environmental System Modeling Research Highlights can be accessed using the search below. You may also search the BER Research Highlights database by selecting Earth and Environmental System Modeling and/or Multisector Dynamics then selecting List.

Title Contact Institution Date
The Extraordinary March 2022 East Antarctica 'Heat' Wave. Part II: Impacts on the Antarctic Ice Sheet RGMA Christine Shields National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
The Extraordinary March 2022 East Antarctica 'Heat' Wave. Part I: Observations and Meteorological Drivers RGMA Christine Shields National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
Evaluating Cloud Feedback Components in Observations and Their Representation in Climate Models RGMA Li-Wei Chao Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Most Earth System Models are Missing Key Piece of Future Climate Puzzle RGMA Kate Petersen Woodwell Climate Research Center
Truly Conserving with Conservative Remapping Methods RGMA Karl E. Taylor Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Comment on “Five Decades of Observed Daily Precipitation Reveal Longer and More Variable Drought Events Across Much of the Western United States RGMA Chris Paciorek University of California Berkeley
Role of Atmospheric Resonance and Land–Atmosphere Feedbacks as a Precursor to the June 2021 Pacific Northwest Heat Dome Event RGMA Michael Wehner Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Sea Ice and Clouds Mediate Compensation between Atmospheric and Oceanic Meridional Heat Transports RGMA Wilbert Weijer Los Alamos National Laboratory
New Record Ocean Temperatures and Related Climate Indicators in 2023 RGMA John Fasullo National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
Understanding Changes in Cloud Simulations from E3SM Version 1 to Version 2 ESMD Shaocheng Xie Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Can Earth System Models inform key dimensions of Arctic marine food security? RGMA Georgina Gibson University of Alaska Fairbanks
Simulating Coastal Wetland Chemistry to Improve Methane Modeling ESMD Benjamin Sulman Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Causes of Reduced Climate Sensitivity in E3SM from Version 1 to Version 2 RGMA Po-Lun Ma Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Sensitivity of Arctic Surface Temperature to Including a Comprehensive Ocean Interior Reflectance to the Ocean Surface Albedo ESMD Xianglei Huang University of Michigan
Observed Humidity Trends in Dry Regions Contradict Climate Models RGMA Jerry Meehl National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
Internal Variability Amps Up Arctic Warming RGMA Hailong Wang Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
The Effects of African Easterly Wave Suppression by Wave Track on Atlantic Tropical Cyclones RGMA Emily Bercos-Hickey Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Anthropogenic Aerosols Contribute to the Recent Decline in Precipitation Over the U.S. Southwest RGMA Flavio Lehner National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
The 1996 Mid-Atlantic Winter Flood: Exploring Climate Risk through a Storyline Approach RGMA MSD Colin Zarzycki Pennsylvania State University
Observed Changes in Hydroclimate Attributed to Human Forcing RGMA John Fasullo National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
A Storyline Analysis of Hurricane Irma's Precipitation Under Various Levels of Climate Warming RGMA MSD Kevin Reed Stony Brook University
Climate Change Will Increase Biomass Proportion of Global Forest Carbon Stocks Under an SSP5–8.5 Climate Trajectory RGMA William J. Riley Climate and Ecosystem Sciences Division Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley CA USA
Evaluating the Representations of Atmospheric Rivers and Their Associated Precipitation in Reanalyses With Satellite Observations RGMA Christine Shields National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
Enhanced Cloud Top Longwave Radiative Cooling Due to the Effect of Horizontal Radiative Transfer in the Stratocumulus to Trade Cumulus Transition Regime ESMD Xianglei Huang University of Michigan
Summertime Near-Surface Temperature Biases Over the Central United States in Convection-Permitting Simulations RGMA Hsi-Yen Ma Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Event Attribution is Ready to Inform Loss and Damage Negotiations RGMA Michael Wehner Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Subseasonal Clustering of Atmospheric Rivers Over the Western United States RGMA Emily Slinskey University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
Compound Continental Risk of Multiple Extreme Floods in the United States RGMA Naresh Devineni City University of New York (City College)
Responses in the Subpolar North Atlantic in Two Climate Model Sensitivity Experiments with Increased Stratospheric Aerosols RGMA Hui Li National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
New Universal Model for Multi-Scale Hydrologic Flow Routing MSD Chang Liao Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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