Research Highlights

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

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Submission Datesort descending Title Author Institution
02/20/2012 Worldwide Water in the Balance: Tropical Clouds Hold Clues for the Global Water Cycle Smith, Steven J
02/20/2012 Predicting Arctic Sea Ice Loss: Scientists Put Climate Model Through Paces, Identify Shortcomings Smith, Steven J
02/20/2012 Cutting Air Pollution Got Boost From Weather: Scientists Compared Emission Controls Versus Weather During Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Smith, Steven J
02/20/2012 The Future of Clean Air: Century-Scale Scenarios Connect Clean Air with Prosperity Smith, Steven J
05/02/2012 Evaluating Aerosol-Cloud Interaction: Scientists Show Climate Model Reasonably Simulates The Relationship Between Aerosol And Cloud Droplet Size Zhao, Chuanfeng
05/10/2012 Sea Ice-Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction in the North Atlantic Marginal Ice Zone Zhao, Chun
05/17/2012 Desert Dust Intensifies Summer Rainfall in U.S. Southwest Zhao, Chun
06/01/2012 Chemistry in CESM Ganguly, Dilip
06/01/2012 Pollution + Storm Clouds = Warmer Atmosphere Ganguly, Dilip
06/09/2012 A Novel Technique to Diagnose and Partition Cloud Feedbacks Ganguly, Dilip
06/09/2012 Illuminating the Processes Contributing to Cloud Feedback Ganguly, Dilip
07/10/2012 Younger Dryas Cooling and the Greenland Climate Response to CO2 Ganguly, Dilip
07/26/2012 Pollution Weakens Monsoon's Might: Local, Global Emissions Suppress South Asian Summer Rainfall Ganguly, Dilip
07/29/2012 Bytes for Bits: Researchers Develop a New, Efficient Aerosol Module for Climate Models Liu, Xiahong
08/02/2012 Many Forecast Errors Are Climate Errors Xie, Shaocheng
08/03/2012 An Innovative Approach to Improve Assessment of Climate Model Clouds: Scientists show the latest Community Atmospheric Model (CAM5) significantly improves cloud simulations Kay, J. E.
08/14/2012 Evaluating Arctic Clouds in Climate Models Kay, J. E.
08/23/2012 U.S. Southwestern Drought Projected by Regional Models in Warmer Climate Kay, J. E.
08/24/2012 Fresh Water Feeds Hurricanes' Fury Kay, J. E.
10/03/2012 Alaskan Soil Carbon Stocks Have Large Spatial Variability and Dependence on Environmental Factors Wang, Minghuai
10/16/2012 A New Global River Network Database for Macroscale Hydrologic Modeling Wang, Minghuai
10/23/2012 Getting Collaborative About Climate: International Climate Research Team Finds Working Together Yields Best Results Wang, Minghuai
10/23/2012 How to Catch Aerosols in the Act: Scientists Use Satellites to Measure How Pollution Particles Affect Clouds Wang, Minghuai
10/23/2012 Partly Cloudy With a Chance of Aerosol: Satellite Images Reveal That Clouds Affect the Particles Surrounding Them Chand, Duli
12/06/2012 High Resolution Land Surface Parameters for the Community Land Model Gu, Y
12/06/2012 Effects of 3D Radiative Transfer in the Sierra Nevada Mountains Gu, Y
12/06/2012 A Shortcut to Aerosol Signatures: Scientists find a way to separate the aerosol signal from the weather noise Ma, Hsi-Yen
12/19/2012 Metrics and Diagnostics for Climate Model Short-Range Hindcasts Ma, Hsi-Yen
12/27/2012 Fast and Slow Responses of the South Asian Monsoon System to Anthropogenic Aerosols Caldwell, Peter M
01/09/2013 CMIP3 Climate Models May Overestimate Global Warming by Underestimating Future Low Cloudiness Caldwell, Peter M