GENESIS Related Publications

Model Usage, Formulation, and Present-Day Results

Pollard, D. and S.L. Thompson. 1992. Users' Guide to the GENESIS Global Climate Model Version 1.02, Interdisciplinary Climate Systems Section, Climate and Global Dynamics Division, NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, 58 pp.

Pollard, D. and S.L. Thompson. 1994. Computational aspects of the GENESIS earth systems modeling project. Proceedings of the 14th IMACS World Congress on Computation and Applied Mathematics, W.F. Ames, ed., July 11-15 1994, Atlanta, GA.

Pollard, D. and S.L. Thompson. 1995. Use of a land-surface-transfer scheme (LSX) in a global climate model (GENESIS): The response to doubling stomatal resistance. Global and Planetary Change (MECCA special issue), 10, 129-161.

Thompson, S.L. and D. Pollard. 1995. A global climate model (GENESIS) with a land-surface-transfer scheme (LSX). Part 1: Present-day climate. J. Climate, 8, 732-761.

Thompson, S.L., V. Ramaswamy and C. Covey. 1987. Atmospheric effects of nuclear war aerosols in general circulation model simulations: influence of smoke optical properties. J. Geophys. Res., 92, 10942-10960.

Other Present-day Analysis

Foster, J., G. Liston, R. Koster, R. Essery, H. Behr, L. Dumenil, D. Verseghy, S. Thompson, D. Pollard and J. Cohen. 1994. Intercomparison of snow cover and snow mass in North America from general circulation models and remote sensing. Preprint volume of the Sixth AMS Conference on Climate Variations, 23-28 January 1994, Nashville, TN, published by the American Meteorol. Soc., Boston, MA, 207-211. Also in: J. Climate, 1995, in press.

Joseph, E. and W.-C. Wang. 1994. Incorporation of an improved cirrus cloud parameterization into the NCAR-GENESIS climate model. 6th Symposium on Global Change Studies, Amer. Meteorol. Soc., 136-141.

Levis, S., M.T. Coe and J.A. Foley. 1995. Analysis of the terrestrial hydrologic budget as simulated by a land surface model. Submitted to J. Geophys. Res.-Atmospheres.

Liang, X.-Z. and W.-C. Wang. 1995. A GCM study of the climatic effect of 1979-1992 ozone trend. In: Atmospheric Ozone as a Climate Gas, W.-C. Wang and I. Isaksen, eds., NATO ASI Series, 259-288.

McGinnis, D.L. and R.G. Crane. 1994. A multivariate analysis of Arctic climate in GCMs. J. Climate, 7, 1240-1250.

Robertson, F., E. Barron, S. Goodman, D. Fitzjarrald, B. Bishop, J. Christy, S.L. Thompson and D. Pollard. 1994. GENESIS climate model: intercomparisons with multiple climate data bases. Fourth AMS Symposium on Global Change Studies, 17-22 January 1993, Anaheim, CA.

Schwartz, M.D. 1995. An air mass-based approach to regional GCM verification. Submitted to Climate Research.

Wang, W.-C., X.-Z. Liang, M.P. Dudek, D. Pollard and S.L. Thompson. 1995. Atmospheric ozone as a climate gas. Atmos. Research, in press.

Yip, K.-J. and T.J. Crowley. 1994. Selected circulation statistics and sensitivity experiments for the GENESIS GCM. Texas Center for Climate Studies, Technical Report No. 1, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, 29 pp.

Other Present-Day Applications including CO2 sensitivity

Bonan, G.B, D. Pollard and S.L. Thompson. 1992. Effects of boreal forest vegetation on global climate. Nature, 359, 716-718.

Bonan, G.B, D. Pollard and S.L. Thompson. 1993. Influence of subgrid-scale heterogeneity in leaf area index, stomatal resistance, and soil moisture on grid-scale land-atmosphere interactions. J. Climate, 6, 1882-1897.

Bonan, G.B, F.S. Chapin III and S.L. Thompson. 1995. Boreal forest and tundra ecosystems as components of the climate system. Climatic Change, 9, 145-167.

Pollard, D. and S.L. Thompson. 1994. Sea-ice dynamics and CO2 sensitivity in a global climate model. Atmos.-Ocean, 32, 449-467.

Thompson, S.L. and D. Pollard. 1995. A global climate model (GENESIS) with a land-surface-transfer scheme (LSX). Part 2: CO2 sensitivity. J. Climate, 8, 1104-1121.

Paleoclimatic Applications

Barron, E.J. 1994. Climatic Variation in Earth History, Global Change Instructional Program, Module #108, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, 22 pp.

Barron, E.J. 1995. Warmer Worlds: Global Change Lessons from Earth History. In: Future Climates of the World, A. Henderson-Sellers (ed.), Elsevier, (in press).

Barron, E.J., P.J. Fawcett, W.W. Peterson, D. Pollard and S.L. Thompson. 1993. Model simulations of Cretaceous climates: the role of geography and carbon dioxide. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc., B341, 307-316.

Barron, E.J., P.J. Fawcett, W.H. Peterson, D. Pollard and S.L. Thompson. 1995. A "simulation" of mid-Cretaceous climate. Submitted to Paleoceanography.

Barron, E.J. and G.T. Moore. 1994. Climate Model Application in Paleoenvironmental Analysis, Society for Sedimentary Geology, Short Course #33, 339 pp.

Barron, E.J., W.W. Peterson, D. Pollard and S.L. Thompson. 1993. Past climate and the role of ocean heat transport: model simulations for the Cretaceous. Paleoceanography, 8, 785-798.

Crowley, T.J., S.K. Baum and K.Y. Kim. 1993. General circulation model experiments with pole-centered supercontinents. J. Geophys. Res., 98, 8793-8800.

Crowley, T.J., K.J. Yip and S.K. Baum. 1993. Milankovitch cycles and Carboniferous climate. Geophys. Research Letters, 20, 1175-1178.

Crowley, T.J. and S.K. Baum. 1994. General circulation model study of late Carboniferous interglacial climates. Palaeoclimates, 1, 3-21.

Crowley, T.J., K.J. Yip and S.K. Baum. 1994. Snowline instability in a general circulation model - application to Carboniferous glaciation. Climate Dynamics, 10, 363-376.

Crowley, T.J., K.J. Yip and S.K. Baum. 1994. Effect of altered Arctic sea ice and Greenland ice sheet cover on the climate of the GENESIS general circulation model. Global and Planetary Change, 9, 275-288.

Crowley, T.J. and S.K. Baum. 1995. Reconciling late Ordovician (440 Ma) glaciation with very high (14X) CO2 levels. J. Geophys. Res., 100, 1093-1101.

Crowley, T.J. and S.K. Baum. 1995. Is the Greenland ice sheet bistable? Paleoceanography, 10, 357-363.

Crowley, T.J., K.J. Yip and S. K. Baum. 1995. Pangean climates and mineral resources. Submitted to Research and Exploration.

Foley, J.A., 1994: The sensitivity of the terrestrial biosphere to climatic change: a simulation of the middle Holocene. Glob. Biogeochem. Cycles, 8, 505-525.

Foley, J.A., J.E. Kutzbach, M.T. Coe and S. Levis. 1994. Feedbacks between climate and boreal forests during the Holocene epoch. Nature, 371, 52-54.

Hay, W.W., S. Thompson, D. Pollard, K.M. Wilson and C.N. Wold. 1994. Results of a climate model for Triassic Pangaea. Zbl. Geol. Palaont. Teil I, 11/12, 1253-1265.

Jenkins, G. 1995. Early earth's climate: cloud feedback from reduced land fractions and ozone concentrations. Geophys. Research Letters, 22, 1513-1516.

Otto-Bliesner, B.L. 1993. Tropical mountains and coal formation: a climate model study of the Westphalian (306 Ma). Geophys. Res. Letters, 20, 1947-1950.

Pollard, D. and M. Schulz. 1994. A model for the potential locations of Triassic evaporite basins driven by paleoclimatic GCM simulations. Glob. Planet. Change, 9, 233-249.

Sloan, L. C., 1994: ``Equable'' climates during the early Eocene: significance of regional paleogeography for North American climate. Geology, 22, 881-884.

Sloan, L. C. and D.K. Rea. 1995. Atmospheric carbon dioxied and early Eocene climate: a general circulation modeling sensitivity study. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, in press.

Sloan, L. C., T.J. Crowley and D. Pollard. 1995. Modeling of middle Pliocene climate with the the NCAR GENESIS general circulation model. Marine Micropaleontology, (special issue on Climates and Climate Variability of the Pliocene), in press.

Sloan, L. C., G.J.S. Bluth and G. Fillippelli. 1995. An interdisciplinary approach to quantifying continental weathering rates in the Eocene. Submitted to Global and Planetary Change.

Sloan, L. C., J.C.G. Walker and T.C. Moore. 1995. The role of oceanic heat transport in early Eocene climate: is it the solution? Paleoceanography, in press.

Wilson, K.M., D. Pollard, W.W. Hay, S.L. Thomspon and C.N. Wold. 1994. General circulation model simulations of Triassic climates: preliminary results. In: Pangea: Paleoclimate, Tectonics and Sedimentation during Accretion, Zenith and Breakup of a Supercontinent, G.D. Klein, ed., Special Paper 288, Geological Society of America, Boulder, Colorado, 91-116.

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