Projects in Scientific Computing

Earth, the Environment and Society We Live In




UNDERSTANDING THE EARTH

Storms in Space
Simulation of the January 10-11, 1997 Magnetic Cloud
Charles C. Goodrich, University of Maryland


When North Goes South
Three-Dimensional Simulation of Geomagnetic Field Reversal
Gary Glatzmaier, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Paul Roberts, University of California, Los Angeles


Crystal at the Center of the Earth
High-Pressure Elasticity of Iron and Anistropy of Earth's Inner Core
Lars Stixrude & Ronald Cohen, Carnegie Institution of Washington


EARTHQUAKE MODELING

* Big City Shakedown
High-Resolution Forward and Inverse Earthquake Modeling
Jacobo Bielak, Omar Ghattas, David O‘Hallaron, Carnegie Mellon University


Getting Ready For the Big One
Earthquake Ground Motion Modeling on Parallel Computers
Jacobo Bielak, Carnegie Mellon University


WEATHER FORECASTING

Article: Rolling Thunder Preview
Forecasting Severe Storms, 2005 NOAA Spring Program
Kelvin Droegemeier, University of Oklahoma


Article: Retwistered Twister
High-Resolution Simulations of Tornados with a Supercell Storm
Kelvin Droegemeier & Ming Xue, University of Oklahoma


Faster Than a Speeding Storm
Realtime Numerical Prediction of Storm-Scale Weather
Kelvin K. Droegemeier, University of Oklahoma


MODELING GLOBAL CLIMATE

High Tide in Ocean Modeling
High Resolution Simulation of Global Ocean Circulation
Matthew T. O'Keefe & Aaron Sawdey, University of Minnesota
Rainer Bleck, University of Miami


Unlocking the Sun's Secrets
Simulations of Turbulent Compressible Convection
Paul Woodward & David Porter, University of Minnesota


Turbulent Earth
Anisotropy and Coherent Vortex Structures in Planetary Turbulence
James C. McWilliams, National Center for Atmospheric Research


Inner Turbulence of the Sun
Turbulent Compressible Convection with Rotation
Juri Toomre, University of Colorado, Boulder


AIR QUALITY MODELING

Zeroing in on Smog
Urban Ozone Control and Atmospheric Reactivity of Organic Gases
Armistead Russell, Carnegie Mellon University


Out Goes the Bad Air
A Distributed-Computing Approach for Large-Scale Environmental Modeling
Armistead Russell, Carnegie Mellon University
Gregory J. McRae, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


ECONOMICS & SOCIAL POLICY

The Real Deal
Efficient Parallel Solution of the Life-Cycle Model
John Rust, University of Maryland at College Park


Economics on the Fly
Airline Hubs: Costs, Markups and Customer Heterogeneity
Pablo T. Spiller, University of California, Berkeley

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