The links between Earth System Models and Integrated Assessment Models (including the role of Simple Climate Mos) that shape one of the main frameworks used for producing the data that feed IPCC assessments.
The first fully-coupled methane emission driven Earth system model capable of simulating the impact of anthropgenic forcing on natural environments, as well as the impact of methane emissions and mitigation strategies on air quality.
Modelling carbon fluxes from the land to the open ocean: a journey along inland waters, estuaries, tidal wetlands and the coastal ocean
Understanding and modelling the land-to-ocean aquatic continuum of the global carbon cycle in Earth System Models.
Modelling Ice sheets in Earth System Models: pushing the boundaries of our scientific and technical capabilities
Recent advances on the interactive modelling of ice sheet dynamics in Earth System Models.
New methane emission-driven Earth System Model capable of simulating all the components of the methane cycle within observational uncertainty – JAMES Editor’s Highlight in EOS
New publication in Nature Climate Change Journal on how the impact of future global warming in marine ecosystems may vary across ocean depths – Carbon Brief Guest Post
This new study simulates the impacts of wildfire emissions on fine particle air pollution in the western US until the end of the 21st century, under different climate change scenarios.