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Does Increasing Horizontal Resolution Improve the Simulation of Intense Tropical Rainfall in GFDL's AM4 Model?
GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS
22 june 2024
Akshaya Nikumbh, Pu Lin, David Paynter, Yi Ming

We examine tropical rainfall from the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory's Atmosphere Model version 4 (GFDL AM4) at three horizontal resolutions...

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ITCZ Response to Disabling Parameterized Convection in Global Fixed‐SST GFDL‐AM4 Aquaplanet Simulations at 50 and 6 km Resolutions
JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN MODELING EARTH SYSTEMS
12 june 2024
Joseph Clark, Pu Lin, Spencer A. Hill

As the community increases climate model horizontal resolutions and experiments with removing moist convective parameterizations entirely, it is im...

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Tropical tropopause changes simulated in CMIP6 models
DYNAMICS AND CHEMISTRY OF THE UPPER TROPOSPHERE AND LOWER STRATOSPHERE (UTLS) V POSTER
atmospheric sciences | 15 december 2023
Pu Lin
Tropical tropopause transition layer is an important component of the climate system. Many paths of the stratosphere-troposphere coupling are realized...
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Tropical Cyclone Frequency and ITCZ Dynamics in Zonally Asymmetric Aquaplanet Simulations
TROPICAL CYCLONES: OBSERVATIONS, MODELING, AND PREDICTABILITY—TODAY AND INTO THE FUTURE VII ORAL
atmospheric sciences | 15 december 2023
Adam Burnett, Aditi Sheshadri, Thomas E. Robinson,...
Global tropical cyclone (TC) frequency and intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ) dynamics are investigated using a suite of simulations performed with...
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Sensitivity of tropical rainfall distribution to the horizontal resolution of GFDL’s AM4 model
BRIDGING GAPS BETWEEN OBSERVATIONS, MODELING, LAB, AND THEORY IN CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATION II POSTER
atmospheric sciences | 13 december 2023
Akshaya Nikumbh, David Paynter, Pu Lin, Yi Ming
By increasing the horizontal resolution of climate models, one of the key expectations is to get a more reliable simulation of rainfall, especially th...
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Impact of horizontal resolution in simulating organization of tropical convection in GFDL’s AM4 model
MODELING ACROSS SCALES FROM GLOBAL TO CONVECTION PERMITTING: WEATHER, CLIMATE, AND AIR QUALITY I ORAL
atmospheric sciences | 11 december 2023
Akshaya Nikumbh, Vijit Maithel, David Paynter, Pu ...
Tropical convection organizes and interacts with the surrounding environment at various scales ranging from mesoscales to planetary scales. These comp...
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Earth system feedbacks on climate and carbon sensitivity in GFDL's 4th generation models
CLIMATE FORCING: QUANTIFYING THE ROLES AND RESPONSES OF ANTHROPOGENIC AND NATURAL CLIMATE DRIVERS II ORAL
global environmental change | 11 december 2023
John P. Dunne, Larry W. Horowitz, Alistair Adcroft...
We describe the baseline model configuration, simulation characteristics and Earth system feedbacks on climate and carbon sensitivity in GFDLs Earth S...
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On the Resolution Sensitivity of Equatorial Precipitation in a GFDL Global Atmospheric Model
JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN MODELING EARTH SYSTEMS
02 october 2023
Pu Lin, Yi Ming, Thomas E. Robinson

We performed a series of aquaplanet simulations at the horizontal resolution from 50 to 6 km with identical parameterization settings using th...

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