Reducing sources of uncertainty in climate projections at local scales
A recent study in Earth's Future
by C2SM community members Simone Fatichi and Paolo Burlando, quantifies sources of uncertainty in future climate projections at local scales. They find both irreducible and reducible uncertainties, with important implication for future decision-making.
A stronger decline in future land carbon uptake
As part of the C2SM project CarboCount CH,
Stefanos Mystakidis and colleagues find a stronger decline in future land carbon uptake than previously thought. Their findings are published this week in Global Change Biology.
An unexpected climate response to high emissions
Thomas Frölicher, C2SM community member, reports on a new study this week in Nature Climate Change
by Tokarska et al., showing that the relatively constant ratio of global temperature change to cumulative emissions is likely to hold even for very high carbon emissions.
Heini Wernli awarded an ECMWF Fellowship
Heini Wernli, Professor of Atmospheric Dynamics at IAC and C2SM member, has been awarded a prestigious three-year Fellowship from ECMWF
MeteoSwiss launches its new forecast model COSMO-1
MeteoSwiss' new high resolution forecast model COSMO-1 is now in operation, and runs on the GPU-based supercomputer Piz Kesch at CSCS.