Climate modelers are analyzing the past 150 years of weather to compare today’s storms and climate trends to yesteryear’s.
A team hopes to disperse the haze surrounding clouds’ behavior and influence on the atmosphere. The tool: a simulation operating at an exceptionally fine scale.
Susan Kurien sweats the (relatively) small stuff. She and her fellow researchers study how small-scale ocean phenomena can affect large-scale climate.
Models that the DOE program CHAMMP improved more than a decade ago still contribute to global climate science.