This project contains the data created for the paper "Direct observation of Earth's spectral longwave feedback parameter". Part of this work was supported by the GRIPS project, funded by NOAA under grant NA20OAR4310375.
From the last interglacial to the anthropocene - modeling a complete glacial cycle.
The PalMod project (https://www.palmod.de/) aims for a better understanding of how slow feedbacks in the Earth system
For the 6th Assessment Report of the IPCC (AR6) input/source and intermediate datasets underlying the AR6 were collected and long-term archived. This project compliments CMIP6 data subset and snapshot analyzed for the WGI AR6.
An ensemble of bias adjusted regional climate model (RCM) simulations. The ensemble is based on the EURO-CORDEX (coordinated regional downscaling experiment for Europe, https://www.euro-cordex.net) ensemble
The project "MPIC TROPOMI applications" focusses on applications of TROPOMI L2 NO2 measurements for determining NOx emissions and sinks,
making use of the high signal to noise ratio and high horizontal spatial resolution of TROPOMI.
Global climate models have difficulties to simulate the northward extension of the monsoonal precipitation over north Africa during the mid-Holocene as revealed by proxy data. A common feature of these
The datasets presented here are part of the Multi-Sector Dynamics (MSD) project sponsored by Department of Energy (DOE) and conducted by the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change.
The high-resolution global ocean-ice-model configuration VIKING20X is aiming at hindcast simulations of Atlantic Ocean circulation variability on monthly to multi-decadal timescales with a spatial resolution
This project is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) in the framework of the priority programme 1158 “Antarctic Research with comparative investigations in Arctic ice areas” with the project