Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan

Climate, Climate Modeling & Climate Change

ClimateClimate research at Climate & Space is rapidly growing and covers a broad range of topics, including: global and regional climate modeling for present-day and future climate scenarios, the development of new dynamical cores and adaptive grids, the integration of satellite products into climate models, the improvement of physical processes in climate models, biosphere-atmosphere interactions, ice-atmosphere interactions, and chemistry-climate interactions. High performance computing facilities are available to faculty and students to facilitate this research. We have a number of cross-campus projects that integrate climate modeling with other fields, including public health, business, geology, ecology, and public policy.


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