PNNL researchers used the Global Change Analysis Model (GCAM) to explore 15 different global scenarios that consisted of combinations of five different socioeconomic futures and four different climatic futures.
PNNL researchers combined future socioeconomic and climate conditions in a complex model that accounts for the relationships between energy, water, land, climate, and human activities to predict future changes in virtual water trading.
University of Maryland, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, and PNNL scientists explored how radiation-cloud-convection-circulation interactions (RC3I) affect the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) and circulation at the global scale.
A study by researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory demonstrates an objective test method for assessing the correctness of reduced‐precision calculations.
By quantifying the contribution of snowpack to runoff and extreme flooding in mountainous regions in the western United States, PNNL researchers provided a unified view of the interactions between snowpack and precipitation.