Synthesis Area S: Climate models as metrics

Our scientists in Area S will implement new parameterisations and numerics into two national leading coupled climate models and test their performance. Therefore, they provide a metric for the success of the whole project.

Synthesis of all areas

During the course of the project, Area S will use the results (e.g. new parameterizations or refined model set ups) of the other areas in the projects to further enhance and improve climate models.

  • Banerjee, T., Scholz, P.Danilov, S.Klingbeil, K. & Sidorenko, D. (2024). Split-explicit external mode solver in finite volume sea ice ocean model FESOM2. Geosci. Model Dev., accepted, doi:

  • Chang, Y., Li, X., Wang, Y.P., Klingbeil, K., Li, W., Zhang, F. & Burchard, H. (2024). Salinity mixing in a tidal multi-branched estuary with huge and variable runoff. Journal of Hydrology 634, 1-16, doi:

  • Listowski, C., Stephan, C.C., Le Pichon, A., Hauchecorne, A., Kim, Y.-H., Achatz, U. & Bölöni, G. (2024). Stratospheric gravity waves impact on infrasound transmission losses across the International Monitoring System. Pure Appl. Geophys., doi:

  • Achatz, U., Alexander, M.J., Becker, E. et al. (2024). Atmospheric Gravity Waves: Processes and Parameterization. J. Atmos. Sci. 18, 237-262, doi:

  • Wang, Q., [...], Koldunov, N., [...], Scholz, P. et al (2024). Impact of increased resolution on Arctic Ocean simulations in Ocean Model Intercomparison Project phase 2 (OMIP-2). Geosci. Model Dev. 17, 347–379, doi:

  • Li, X., [...], Danilov, S.Koldunov, N., [...] & Jung, T. (2024). Eddy activity in the Arctic Ocean projected to surge in a warming world. Nat. Clim. Chang., doi:

  • Koldunov, N. & Jung, T. (2024). Local climate services for all, courtesy of large language models. Commun. Earth Environ. 5(13), doi:

  • Henell, E., Burchard, H., Gräwe, U. & Klingbeil, K. (2023). Spatial composition of the diahaline overturning circulation in a fjord-type, non-tidal estuarine system. J. Geophys. Res. - Oceans 128, e2023JC019862, doi:

  • Achatz, U., Kim, Y.-H. & Voelker, G.S. (2023). Multi-Scale Dynamics of the Interaction Between Waves and Mean Flows: From Nonlinear WKB Theory to Gravity-Wave Parameterizations in Weather and Climate Models. J. Math. Phys. 64(11), 111101, doi:

  • Eden, C. (2023). A simple eddy potential vorticity flux closure. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 15(10), e2023MS003711, doi: