Changes between Version 50 and Version 51 of IPSLCM5/SpecialIssue

05/20/11 15:09:01 (13 years ago)



  • IPSLCM5/SpecialIssue

    v50 v51  
    99•       Dufresne J.L. et al : The IPSL-CM5A Earth System Model: general description and climate change projections  
    1011•       Hourdin F., J-Y Grandpeix, C. Rio, S. Bony, A. Jam, N. Rochetin, L. Fairhead, A. Idelkadi, I. Musat, J-L Dufresne, et al. LMDZ5 "New Physics" : principles and impact on the climate of the IPSL coupled model of a complete refundation of the boundary layer/convection/cloud parameterization.  
    1113•       Rio C., J.-Y. Grandpeix, F. Hourdin, N. Rochetin, S. Bony + CNRM + GISS et al. On the control of deep convection by subcloud processes in the LMDZNP model through the Available Lifting Power  
    1215•       Voldoire A. et al. The CNRM-CM5 global climate model: description and basic evaluation  
    1317•       Salas y Mélia D. and M. Chevallier, The impact of the inclusion of new sea ice processes on the simulation of sea ice by CNRM-CM5 global coupled model".  
    1419•       Hourdin F., M-A Foujols, F. Codron, V. Guemas, J-L Dufresne, I. Musat, A. Idelkadi, J. Gatthas, S. Denvil, F. Lott, L. Guez et al From LMDZ4 to LMDZ5 : impact of the atmospheric model grid resolution on the climatology and climate sensitivity in the IPSL coupled model  
    1521•       Madec G., O. Marti, J. Mignot, D. Swingedouw et al. evolution of the oceanic module in the IPSL coupled model 
    1624•       Szopa S. A. Cozic, M. Shulz, Y. Balkanski, D. Hauglustaine. al. Changes in tropospheric aerosol and reactive gases burdens and concentrations under IPCC-AR5 emission scenarios for 1850-2100  
    1827Model evaluation : 
    2029•       Cheruy F., J-C Dupont, A. Campoy, A. Ducharne, F. Hourdin, L. Fairhead et al. Day-to-day evaluation with respect Sirta measurements of the various physics of the LMDZ model with a streched grid and nudging  
    2131•       Cheruy F., F. Lefebvre, F. Hourdin, Idelkadi, Catarino The toolkit of the evaluation approach of LMDZ over tropical oceans: from SCM idealized cases to 3D approaches.  
    2233•       Konsta D., H. Chepfer, JL Dufresne, S. Bony, D. Tanré What do we learn about clouds in climate models... from A-train satellite observations ?  
    2335•       S. Fermepin, S. Bony and L. Fairhead Evaluation of the LMDZ/IPSL climate model in a weather prediction mode; Comparisonwith single column model evaluations"  
    2538Climate variability and dynamical studies : 
    2740•       Traore, F. Hourdin A multi configuration study of the decadal climate variability with LMDZ  
    2842•       Duvel J. P. Weak and unorganized tropical intraseasonal perturbations in atmospheric general circulation models: A triggering problem?  
    2944•       Kamala K., Y. Peings, P. Terray, H. Douville  ENSO-Indian monsoon teleconnection in the CNRM and IPSL historical simulations  
    3046•       Maury P., F. Lott, L. Guez, et J.-P. Duvel Tropical variability and stratospheric equatorial waves in the IPSLCM5 model  
    3148•       Cattiaux J., B. Quesada, F. Codron, C. Déandreis, R. Vautard P? Yiou et al. North-Atlantic weather regimes and European temperatures in the IPSL model: sensitivity to atmospheric resolution. 
    3250•       Codron F., A. Arakelian, V. Guémas. Impact of horizontal resolution on the eddy-driven jets: mean state and variability  
    3352•       Escudier R., J. Mignot and D. Swingedouw Multidecadal variability and air-sea interactions in the subpolar North Atlantic  
    3454•       Gastineau G., F. D'Andrea, C. Frankignoul Atmospheric response to the North Atlantic oceanic variability on seasonal to decadal time scale  
    3556•       Persechino A., Mignot J., Swingedouw D., Labetoulle, S. and Guilyardi E., Decadal predictability in the thermohaline circulation and climate in the IPSLCM5 model. 
    3658•       Parouty S., C. Genthon, G. Krinner, C. Brutel High southern latitudes and Antarctic atmospheric circulation / climate in the IPSL-CM5 model  
    4062•       Geoffroy, O., A. Voldoire, D. Saint-Martin, D. Salas-Mélia Climate sensitivity and radiative feedbacks in the CNRM-CM5 climate model..  
    4164•       F. Brient, S. Bony, I Musat, J-L Dufresne Analysis of the physical mechanisms controlling tropical low-cloud feedbacks in the IPSL climate model through a hierarchy of model configurations  
    4266•       Bony S. Analysis of the tropical precipitation response to climate change predicted by the IPSL climate model  
    4368•       Kageyama M. et al Mid-Holocene and Last Glacial Maximum climate simulations with the IPSL model: new features with the IPSL_CM5 version.  
    4470•       Khodri et al. Simulations of recent and historical volcanic eruptions using the IPSLCM5 ocean-atmosphere coupled model  
    4572•       J Cattiaux, H Douville, F Chauvin, C Planté Present-day biases and future changes in European temperatures: a pilot study with CNRM and IPSL models.  
    4976•       Bekky S. , M. Marchand, F. Lott, L. Guez, F. Lefebvre, et al Ozone forcing of climate models: Importance of ozone diurnal variations in the upper stratosphere and mesosphere 
    5078•       Guenet B, Cadule P, Zaehle, Piao, Peylin, Maignan, Ciais, Friedlingstein Does the integration of dynamic N cycle in land surface model improve the long-term trend of LAI and the land surface CO2 exchange ith atmosphere?  
    5180•       Seferian et al Simulating marine biogeochemitry in coupled climate models: evaluation and intercomparison of IPSL-CM and CNRM-CM  
    5282•       Orr J.C. , R. Seferian, L. Bopp, et al. Differences between anthropogenic perturbations in heat, CO2, and CFC in the IPSL-CM and CNRM-CM earth system models  
    5586Regional studies 
    5688•       Tripathi O., R. Vautard, et al. Performance of LMDz global CMIP5 historical climate simulations versus downscaled regional simulations using WRF  
    5790•       Ribes A., Mounier F. ad Planton S.: Détection attribution in the mediteranean basin.