Dec. 13, 2022
Earth’s atmosphere, oceans and land surfaces interact and combine in powerful, yet often unseen, ways as part of a complex planetary system that determines the climate. Over many decades, researchers at Princeton University have played a leading role in the development of advanced computational models that simulate interactions among these elements to inform an understanding of future climate scenarios under varying conditions. The work of climate modelers informs public policy and influences strategies for mitigating risks and adapting to change.
Learn more (Video featuring CIMES Deputy Dir. Gabe Vecchi, AOS Faculty Member Laure Resplandy, and the Resplandy Group)