Advanced Earth System Modelling Capacity (ESM): a Contribution to solving Grand Challenges

Advanced Earth System Modelling Capacity is a Cross-Cutting Activity in the new research program  "Changing Earth – Sustaining our Future" (2021–2027). Work concentrates on enhancing the representation of Earth system model compartments, for which world-leading expertise is available within the consortium. Another cornerstone of the project will be the development of a flexible framework for the effective coupling of Earth system model components. Furthermore, advanced data assimilation capacity will be developed, which will bring our ability to combine Earth system models with observations to the next level. The Earth system modelling infrastructure will be used in a set of coordinated simulations – referred to as frontier simulations – that push the boundaries of existing knowledge.

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On 18 January 2021, a paper was published written by Martin Dameris, Diego G. Loyola, Matthias Nützel, Melanie Coldewey-Egbers,...

This year’s virtual conference of the European Geoscience Union (EGU) will take place during 19-30 April 2021. The 2021 conference...

Earth system models are important tools for assessing the magnitude and impacts of future climate change. Such models have to run in...

On the 25 and 26 of March 2021 JSC is holding the ESM User Forum online training course. The event will take place on two half days, it...

Tamara Emmerichs is a Doctoral Researcher at the Institute of Energy and Climate Research (Troposphere) at the Forschungszentrum...

(originally published on the DKRZ website)

DKRZ/HZG/GERICS co-organize a workshop, supported by Helmholtz AI, to facilitate...

Simon Rosanka is a Postdoc at the Institute of Energy and Climate Research (Troposphere) at the Forschungszentrum Jülich. He...

ESM-Tools is a software product developed and maintained at AWI as part of the ESM project. The aim of the software is to unify model...

Lagrangian transport schemes, where air parcels following the atmospheric flow carry the information on atmospheric properties, are...

As the Christmas holidays are just around the corner, you might just take a break from writing papers and doing research and have a...

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