The Climate Variability Diagnostics Package for Large Ensembles (CVDP-LE) developed by NCAR's Climate Analysis Section is an automated analysis tool and data repository for exploring internal and forced contributions to climate variability and change in coupled model “initial-condition” Large Ensembles and observations.
This study examines near-cloud environments from RELAMPAGO-CACTI to identify mesoscale ingredients affecting storm initiation. Null events arguably have the most convective potential but are limited ambient dry air.
We used an Earth system model and an offline fisheries model to demonstrate a serious decline in marine fisheries following a nuclear conflict. If we ran out of food on land due to darkening skies, we would not get much caloric relief from the ocean.