The YouTube video for Lori Fomenko’s Tedx talk has been released! Well done, Lori!
Congratulations to Amir Erfanian! His new ensemble approach to regional climate modeling (Ensemble-based Reconstructed Forcing, ERF) has been published in GRL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2017GL073053/epdf
Our lab’s 2-paper series on coupled land use-climate projections has been published online now, accessible from the Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems website:
These formally wrapped up our NSF EaSM project. Congratulations and many thanks to Dr. Kazi Ahmed who played a pivotal role in this project! And thanks to the rest of the team for all their contributions and support! It was a great experience working together on this challenging and productive project.
Dr. Ying Shi ended her 10-month appointment as a Visiting Scholar in our lab and returned to her position at the National Climate Center in China Meteorological Administration. We will miss you, Ying!
Amir, Lori, and Ying attended the American Geophysical Union fall meeting in San Francisco and gave four presentations:
- A New Paradigm of Regional Climate Modeling Accounting for the Role of Oceans: Amazon as a Case Study
- Reproducing multi-model ensemble average with Ensemble-averaged Reconstructed Forcings (ERF) in regional climate modeling
- Effects of vegetation feedback in modeling the present-day climate over China
- Projected Changes of the Ecosystem-Climate System in West Africa using a RCM Driven With Multiple GCMs: Robustness and Uncertainties