Los Alamos and Oak Ridge scientists lead a DOE supercomputing effort to model the complex interactions affecting climate change in Arctic coastal regions.
DOE’s Energy Exascale Earth System Model will harness the next level of supercomputer to explore big climate questions.
Algorithms and supercomputers help tease out how soil microbes affect global climate.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory modelers turn to extreme-scale computing to simulate climate and weather extremes like the ‘Pineapple Express’ that drenched the West Coast this winter.
Project aims to improve ocean modeling.
As climate changes, so must the tools to model it.
Los Alamos researchers have re-partitioned our planetary sphere to focus on regions of particular interest in global climate models.
Graph theory reveals hidden links that could greatly improve scientists’ predictions of hurricane activity.
Supercomputers are speeding new-materials designs that sponge up carbon dioxide and helping assemble systems for large-scale carbon capture.
Warren Washington has wedded computers and climate science for more than 50 years, culminating in the National Medal of Science.