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Chemistry-Climate Modeling Initiative

Project: Non-funded ProjectResearch

24/04/12 → …

  • Jean-Francois Lamarque (Principal Investigator)
  • V. Eyring (Principal Investigator)
  • Dr Paul Young (Other)

CCMI is coordinating model evaluation and associated modeling activities between the domains of chemistry and climate dynamics. To best reflect current understanding, CCMI seeks to frame scientific inquiry in this arena through an integrated stratosphere-troposphere approach. These efforts are meant to culminate in increasingly accurate global atmospheric models and a well-informed IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (IPCC AR5).