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
10/08/2015 Climate Change and the Permafrost Carbon Feedback
10/08/2015 Effects of Excess Ground Ice on Projections of Permafrost in a Warming Climate
10/08/2015 Regional Precipitation Simulations for the Mid-1970s Shift and Early-2000s Hiatus
10/08/2015 Disappearance of the Southeast U.S. "Warming Hole" with the Late 1990s Transition of the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation
09/25/2015 Mixed-Phase Cloud Physics and Southern Ocean Cloud Feedback in Climate Models McCoy, Daniel
09/14/2015 CESM1(BGC) Historical Carbon Cycle Characterized Hoffman, Forrest M. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
09/14/2015 Observations in Tundra Imply Needed Improvements in Land Models Bouskill, Nicholas J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
09/14/2015 Quantifying Drivers of Carbon Dioxide Interannual Variability Keppel-Aleks, Gretchen University of Michigan
09/14/2015 Jinyun Tang Wins Outstanding Publication Award from the Ecological Society of America Tang, Jinyun
09/14/2015 Causes and Implications of Persistent Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Biases in ESMs Hoffman, Forrest M. Oak Ridge National Laboratory
08/21/2015 A Comparison of 2D, First-Order and 3d, full-Stokes Modeling of Land Terminating Glaciers Price, Stephen
07/23/2015 Aridity Changes in the Tibetan Plateau in a Warming Climate Leung, L. Ruby
07/23/2015 The Fertilizing Role of African Dust in the Amazon Rainforest Zhao, Chun
07/23/2015 The De-Correlation of Westerly Winds and Westerly-Wind Stress over the Southern Ocean during the Last Glacial Maximum Lu, Jian
07/23/2015 Air Pollution Amplified Extreme Weather, Floods in China Fan, Jiwen
07/07/2015 Progress in Fast, Accurate Multi-scale Climate Simulations Collins, William D Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
07/07/2015 On the Use of Finite Difference Matrix-vector Products in Newton-krylov Solvers for Implicit Climate Dynamics with Spectral Elements Woodward, Carol S Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
07/07/2015 Accelerating Time Integration for the Shallow Water Equations on the Sphere Using GPUs Archibald, Richard Oak Ridge National Laboratory
07/07/2015 Fidelity of Climate Extremes in High Resolution Climate Models Norman, Matthew Oak Ridge National Laboratory
07/07/2015 A Case Study of CUDA FORTRAN and OpenACC for an Atmospheric Climate Kernel Norman, Matthew Oak Ridge National Laboratory
07/07/2015 Sea Ice Deformation in Fram Strait—Comparison of CICE Simulations with Analysis and Classification of Airborne Remote-Sensing Data Herzfeld, Ute C University of Colorado Boulder
07/07/2015 Bioclimatic Evaluation of CMIP Historical Climate Simulations Phillips, Thomas J. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
07/07/2015 Parametric Sensitivity and Uncertainty Quantification of Precipitation at Global and Local Scales in CAM5 Qian, Yun Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
07/07/2015 Evaluating Global Streamflow Simulations by a Physically-based Routing Model Coupled with the Community Land Model Li, Hongyi Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
07/07/2015 Radiative Parameterization Errors in Present-Day and Future: Implications for climate change projections Pincus, Robert CIRES University of Colorado at Boulder
06/26/2015 Inference & Prediction for the Antarctic Ice Sheet using Gaussian Approximations Isaac, Tobin The University of Texas at Austin
06/15/2015 Identifying the Human Fingerprint in Observed Cloud Trends Marvel, Kate NASA GISS
06/15/2015 A Tree-Ring Perspective on the Terrestrial Carbon Cycle Babst, F University of Arizona
06/12/2015 Scalability of the Albany/FELIX dynamical core for large-scale Greenland and Antarctica simulations Tezaur, Irina K. Sandia National Laboratories
06/12/2015 Localized Grid Refinements in the CAM5-Spectral Element Model Improve Regional Climatologies Zarzycki, Colin M University of Michigan

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