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 Datesort ascending Title Author Institution
03/05/2014 Feedbacks Between Subglacial Drainage and Glacier Dynamics Hoffman, Matthew Los Alamos National Laboratory
03/05/2014 Can Data Mining Help Constrain Climate Sensitivity?
02/14/2014 Lessons from an All-Ocean World: Longstanding modeling challenges doused in simulations of important precipitation features Yang, Qing Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
02/14/2014 The Dependence of ITCZ Structure on Model Resolution and Dynamical Core in Aqua-Planet Simulations
02/14/2014 Links Between Flood Frequency and Annual Water Balance Behaviors: A Basis for Similarity and Regionalization
02/14/2014 Effect of Uncertainty in the Surface Mass Balance-Elevation Feedback on Projections of the Future Sea Level Rise from the Greenland Ice Sheet
02/03/2014 Plugging Water's Effects in an Earth System Model Leng, Guoyong Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
02/03/2014 Adding Varoom to a Community Land Model: New study finds accurate parameters rev up water and energy flux modeling Sun, Y Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
01/21/2014 The Long and Rich Life of Tropical Clouds Hagos, Samson Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
01/20/2014 Testing a Relationship: Arctic Warming and China's Summer Monsoon Li, Y Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
01/20/2014 Brewing Up a Storm Balaguru, K
01/15/2014 Size Matters: Modeling Dust Mass Balance and Radiative Forcing Zhao, C Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
01/15/2014 Distant Desert Dust Increases Snowpack in California: Local pollution’s influence less impressive on Sierra Nevada Mountains’ precipitation Fan, J Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
01/15/2014 A Sensitivity Study of Radiative Fluxes at the Top of Atmosphere to Cloud-Microphysics and Aerosol Parameters in the Community Atmosphere Model CAM5
01/15/2014 The Long and Short of Modeling Water Resources Management: A new module for Earth system models fills the gap across scales Voisin, N Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
01/14/2014 Boreal Winter Low-Frequency Variability in CMIP5 Models
01/14/2014 Anomalous Temperature Regimes During the Cool Season: Long-Term Trends, Low-Frequency Mode Modulation, and Representation in CMIP5 Simulations
01/14/2014 The Structure, Dynamics and Tropospheric Signature of the Polar Annular Mode
01/09/2014 Representing Complex Consumer-Substrate Networks in Soil Biogeochemistry: Development for ESM Land Models with an Application to Litter Decomposition
01/09/2014 Evaluating Snow Depth on Arctic Sea Ice in CCSM Blazey, Benjamin A Universita?t Bremen
01/09/2014 Most Systematic Errors in Climate Models Appear in Only a Few Days of Model Integration Revealed by the Transpose-AMIP Hindcasts Ma, Hsi-Yen Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
01/07/2014 New implicit solver allows natural radiocarbon to be used as a tracer to assess deep circulation biases in the ocean component of CESM , Ann Bardin University of California Irvine (UCI)
01/07/2014 Greenland Ice Sheet surface mass balance variability increases under anthropogenic climate change. Fyke, Jeremy G Los Alamos National Laboratory
12/16/2013 Cooler Days, Warmer Nights Fyke, Jeremy G Los Alamos National Laboratory
12/16/2013 Sensitivity of Stratospheric Dynamics to O3 Production Fyke, Jeremy G Los Alamos National Laboratory
11/19/2013 Human and Natural Influences on the Changing Thermal Structure of the Atmosphere Fyke, Jeremy G Los Alamos National Laboratory
11/19/2013 Plugging Water's Effects into an Earth System Model Fyke, Jeremy G Los Alamos National Laboratory
11/18/2013 Estimating Aerosol Effects on Cloud Radiative Forcing Ghan, S J Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/18/2013 Brewing Up a Storm: Depth of warm ocean water encourages development of Northeasst Pacific hurricanes accross years Balaguru, K
11/18/2013 Interdecadal Connection between Arctic Temperature and Summer Precipitation over the Yangtze River Valley in the CMIP5 Historical Simulations Balaguru, K

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