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Media Highlights DOE ARRA Investment in High Performance Computer for Climate Change Research
Published: August 10, 2009
Posted: August 14, 2009

The August 6th edition of ClimateWire ran a story by Annie Jia highlighting DOE's ARRA investment in high performance computing for climate change Integrated Assessment research and modeling at PNNL.  Interviews with leading scientists at PNNL and MIT reinforced the value of this investment for advancing knowledge, collaborations, and the potential for open source, community based modeling that could greatly accelerate needed developments.  These developments will shed light on the complex interactions of human and natural systems, exploring the drivers and responses and adaptations to climate change, a focus of Integrated Assessment. 

Reference: https://www.eenews.net/cw/ (Subscription required) 

Contact: Bob Vallario, SC 23.1 , (301) 903-5758
Topic Areas:

  • Research Area: Multisector Dynamics (formerly Integrated Assessment)
  • Cross-Cutting: Scientific Computing and SciDAC

Division: SC-23.1 Climate and Environmental Sciences Division, BER

 

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