CHAMMP Science Team Projects
The following projects are funded for FY 1995.
- Studies of ocean predictability at decade to century time scales using
global ocean general circulation models in a parallel computing environment.
Tim Barnett, Scripps
- Massively parallel global ocean modeling. Rick Smith, LANL
- Scientific development of a massively parallel ocean climate model.
Bert Semtner, NPS
- CHAMMPions consortium for parallel numerical methods in spectral models.
John Drake, ORNL; Dave Williamson, NCAR; Ian Foster, ANL
- A massively parallel, spectral element, high resolution ocean general circulation
model. Hong Ma, BNL
- Variability of the coupled atmosphere ocean land climate system.
Jim Kinter, IGES-COLA
- Symmetric truncation of the shallow water equations and modeling of
coherent structures in the atmosphere.
Ali Rouhi, UCSD
- Scientific development of a massively parallel ocean cliamte model.
Bob Chervin, NCAR
- A 3-D coupled model suitable for 10,0000 yr integrations.
Ian Foster, ANL and Jon Anderson, UWisc
- Development and evaluation of a global version of the Miami isopycnic
corrdinate model. Rainier Bleck, UMiami and Sumner Dean, LANL
- Exploitation of parallelism in climate models. Ferd Baer, UMd and Joe Tribbia, NCAR
- Parameterization of the effects of unresolved mesoscale eddies in global
ocean circulation models. Dannevik, LLNL
- Variational optimization of subgrid scale convection parameters using real data.
Kerry Emanuel, MIT
- Verification of the Gent-McWilliams Mesoscale Eddy Parameterization using high
resolution ocean circulation model results.
Kirk Bryan, Princeton
- Studies in long-term noise statistics, regional climate sensitivity and
predictability. Jerry North, Texas A&M
- A parameterization of land-atmosphere interactions for GCMs.
Roni Avissar, Rutgers
- Further development of an advanced finite difference atmospheric GCM.
Arakawa, UCLA and Randall, CSU
- Fine-mesh treatment of the land componenet of a global climate model.
Bob Dickinson, UAz
- Assessing predictability in numerical modeling of ocean dynamics.
Len Margolin, LANL
- An integrated wind and buoyancy forced vertical mixing parameterization for
ocean GCMs. Paluskiewicz, PNL