2021 CESM Land Model & Biogeochemistry Working Group Meeting

2021 CESM Land Model & Biogeochemistry Working Group Meeting

Meeting Details

Event Dates: 02/23/21 - 02/25/21
Location: NCAR, Mesa Lab, Boulder, CO

The Community Land Model is the land model for the Community Earth System Model. It is a collaborative project between scientists in the Terrestrial Sciences Section and the CESM Land Model and Biogeochemistry Working Groups. Other principal working groups that contribute to the CLM are the Chemistry-Climate, Paleoclimate, Climate Change, and Land Ice Working Groups

* Meeting agenda, participant list, and presentations will be posted here at a later date.

Meeting Agenda

View the agenda in PDF format here

Meeting Contact

For questions about the meeting, contact Elizabeth Faircloth [ fair@ucar.edu ]

Meeting Presentations

Tuesday 23 February 2021 - Land Model and Biogeochemistry Working Group
Presentation Title Presenter
State of CTSM and LMWG activities Will Wieder
Updates on CTSM and CTSM5.1(CLMBGC) PPE Dave Lawrence
Land-atmosphere interactions across model versions of CESM Meg Fowler
Latent cooling vs. the water-vapor greenhouse: competing temperature responses to terrestrial evaporation Marysa Lague
Differences in surface temperature variability between CESM1 and CESM2 Isla Simpson
Warmer and more volatile: explaining increased summertime temperature variance driven by climate change Gunter Leguy
CESM2 extensions to 2300 Charlie Koven
Theoretical foundations for uncertainty analysis in land carbon prediction Yiqi Luo
Wednesday 24 February 2021
Presentation Title Presenter
Timing, thresholds and processes for complete future Greenland deglaciation Devaraju Naravanappa
The impact of global reservoir expansion on the present-day climate Inne Vanderkelen
Representing Inter-cell Lateral Groundwater Flow and Aquifer Pumping in the Community Land Model Farshid Felfelani
Evaluating CLM5.0 response to drought across an environmental gradient in Europe Mauro Sulis
Parsing apart the relative impacts of temperature and VPD on tropical forest GPP Claire Zarakas
The carbon costs of tropical deforestation through changes on regional climate Yue Li
Incorporating Explicit Crown Damage into a Vegetation Demographic Model to Assess Impacts on Mortality and Carbon Turnover Jessica Needham
Fire behavior and effects: importance of feedbacks between vegetation structure and fire risk Jacquelyn Shuman
Fine-scale vegetation-climate-disturbance interactions in the boreal forest: can we use an individual-tree model to improve coarser scale models? Adrianna Foster
Modelling Global Land-Use and Land-Cover Impacts on Soil Physical Properties and Water-Holding Capacity Pei-Ling Wang
Thursday 25 February 2021
Presentation Title Presenter
OzoneLUNA: Ozone damage in CLM revisited Stephanie Falk
Implementing moss and lichen and their biophysical impacts in CLM-FATES Hui Tang
Efficient Semi-analytic Spin-up (SASU) to accelerate coupled terrestrial carbon and nitrogen cycle to equilibrium in CLM5 Cuijuan Liao
Big data-driven modelling in CLM5 reveals microbial carbon use efficiency as the key mechanism underlying global soil organic carbon storage Feng Tao
Catchment-CN: Using CLM Carbon Dynamics in the NASA GMAO Land Model Jana Kolassa
Defining PFTs to capture ecological strategies in FATES Polly Buotte
Testing and evaluation of an optimal stomatal conductance scheme in Functionally Assembled Terrestrial Ecosystem Simulator (FATES) model Qianyu Li
Linking life history properties of plants to hydraulic strategy to understand the population dynamic of conifer forest at Southern Sierra Jun Yan Ding
Assessing Competition and Vegetation Management in FATES Joshua Rady
Climate change impacts on mycorrhizae amplify nitrogen limitation on global plant growth Renato Braghiere
Modeling Self-Driven Climate and Forest Expansion during the Mid-Holocene Greta Shum
Using Data Assimilation of Leaf Area Index to Constrain Decadal Global Carbon Dynamics in the Community Land Model 5.0 Xueli Huo