Climate Modelling - introductory items:

Nature has a tendency to be more interesting than our models, which is why we need to do experiments

Gordon Bell discusses new prize for climate modeling 

SC23 ACM Gordon Bell Prize for Climate Modelling

History & GCM Geneology:

GCM geneology

A history of GCMs

A brief history of numerical experimentation (modeling)

Model developments:

Model scalability

In praise of models

Stochastic climate models

About the FLUXNET network

A model approach to climate change

Improvements in climate simulations

Best practices in model development

The most important models in the world

Better tools to build better climate models    

Models: how computers make predictions

On predicting climate under climate change

Improving climate predictions over decades

Recent developments in numerical metbods

WMO Commission for Atmospheric Science

Bridging the climate model computing chasm

Climate modeling with decsion makers in mind

OpenACC shines in global climate/weather codes

The benefits of global high-res for climate simulation

Climate model projections compared to observations

Maintaining momentum in climate model development

A personal perspective on modelling the climate system

Why trust climate models? It's a matter of simple science    

Physical theories and computer simulations in climate science

New study narrows the gap between climate models and reality

Satellite observations validate stratosphere temperature models

Reversing Earth's spin moves deserts, reshapes ocean currents

New climate model better predicts changes to ocean-carbon sink

How good have climate models been at truly predictng the future?

A study will help specify the models of the Earth atmosperic circulation

Uncertain projections help to reveal the truth about future climate change

First successful model simulation of the past 3 million years of climate change

Do responses to different anthropogenic forcings add linearly in climate models

Toward a consistent modeling framework to assess multi-sectoral climate impacts           

Understanding risk: review of open source software packages quantifying risk from natural hazards

Multivariate quantile mapping bias correction: prob density function transform for climate model simulations

Ensemble modelling: 

Challenges in ensemble forecasting

Global ensemble prediction systems

Paleoclimate models:

Adapting NWP techniques to paleoclimate studies

Translating climate models to the language of paleoclimate data

PRYSM: an open-source framework for PRoxY SystemM Modeling, with appllications to oxygen-isotopes


CMIP5: putting climate models to the test

CMIP6 experimental design and organisation

A short introduction to climate models - CMIP & CMIP6

Papers on CMIP6 experimentall design and organization

WCRP's CMIP: a remarkable contribution to climate science

Toward standardized data sets for climate model experimentation

Sensitivity of inferred climate model skill to evaluation decisions: a case study CMIP5 evapotranspiration


A community promoting the modeling of Earth Surface Processes 


ORNL models climate extremes with HPC

US: a national strategy for advancing climate modeling

NOAA holistic Climate and Earth System Model strategy: Phase 1

Climate models disagree on strength of carbon land sink across northern Eurasia

Climate models: what they show us and how they can be used in Afican planning