Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems
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Online ISSN: 1942-2466
Physical Mechanisms Controlling Self-aggregation of Convection in Idealized Numerical Modeling Simulations
Schematic Regime Diagram for Equilibrium States Showing Large-scale WTG Vertical Velocity as a Function of SST
Ensemble Prediction of Hurricane Sandy (2012)
Max-Planck-Institute Earth System Model
Early Results from the CGILS Project
Rotating Radiative-convective Equilibrium Simulated by a Cloud-resolving Model
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JAMES Special Issue about the MPI-ESM, its components and the CMIP5 simulations.
Call for Papers
Call for Papers for "The 2011-12 Indian Ocean Field Campaign: Atmospheric-Oceanic Processes and MJO Initiation"
Submission acceptance begins 15 February 2013
Submission deadline through 31 August 2013
An international field campaign with participation from 16 countries took place over the central equatorial Indian Ocean during October 1, 2011 – March 31, 2012. The objective of the field campaign was to collect observations to advance our understanding of the physical processes related to initiation of the Madden-Julian oscillation (MJO) and to expedite our ability of simulating and forecasting the MJO. The proposed special collection should include all articles published in JGR-Atmospheres, JGR-Oceans and Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems that discuss observations from this field campaign and model simulations either using the field data or targeting phenomena observed during the field campaign.
Manuscripts are to be submitted through AGU's Geophysical Electronic Manuscript Submissions System (GEMS) website for Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. For additional information, please contact email@example.com.