Publications

 

Browse through various AIMES publications highlighted below or read more on Zotero in the “AIMES Publications” folder.

 

Publications since 2015

Remotely sensing potential climate change tipping points across scales

Remotely sensing potential climate change tipping points across scales

Lenton et al., Nature Communications (2024)

The drivers and impacts of Amazon forest degradation

The drivers and impacts of Amazon forest degradation

Lapola et al., Science (2023)

An Agenda for Land Data Assimilation Priorities: Realizing the Promise of Terrestrial Water, Energy, and Vegetation Observations From Space

An Agenda for Land Data Assimilation Priorities: Realizing the Promise of Terrestrial Water, Energy, and Vegetation Observations From Space

Kumar et al., Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (2022)

Building a land data assimilation community to tackle technical challenges in quantifying and reducing uncertainty in land model predictions

Building a land data assimilation community to tackle technical challenges in quantifying and reducing uncertainty in land model predictions

MacBean et al., American Meteorological Society (2021)

Amazonian forest degradation must be incorporated into the COP26 agenda

Amazonian forest degradation must be incorporated into the COP26 agenda

Silva Junior et al., Nature Geoscience (2021)

Past abrupt changes, tipping points and cascading impacts in the Earth system

Past abrupt changes, tipping points and cascading impacts in the Earth system

Brovkin et al., Nature Geoscience (2021)

Modelling feedbacks between human and natural processes in the land system

Modelling feedbacks between human and natural processes in the land system

Robinson et al., Earth System Dynamics (2018)

Advancing the post-disciplinary understanding of coupled human–environment dynamics in the Anthropocene

Advancing the post-disciplinary understanding of coupled human–environment dynamics in the Anthropocene

Schimel at al., Anthropocene (2015)

Observing terrestrial ecosystems and the carbon cycle from space

Observing terrestrial ecosystems and the carbon cycle from space

Schimel et al., Global Change Biology (2015)

Published Prior to 2015

Anthropogenic perturbation of the carbon fluxes from land to ocean

Anthropogenic perturbation of the carbon fluxes from land to ocean

Regnier et al., Nature Geoscience (2013)

A framework for benchmarking land models

A framework for benchmarking land models

Luo et al., Biogeosciences (2012)

An Overview of CMIP5 and the Experiment Design

An Overview of CMIP5 and the Experiment Design

Taylor et al., American Meterological Society (2012)

The representative concentration pathways: an overview

The representative concentration pathways: an overview

van Vuuren et al., Climatic Change (2011)

Toward an Integrated History to Guide the Future

Toward an Integrated History to Guide the Future

van der Leeuw et al., Ecology and Society (2011)

The next generation of scenarios for climate change research and assessment

The next generation of scenarios for climate change research and assessment

Moss et al., Nature (2010)

A strategy for climate change stabilization experiments

A strategy for climate change stabilization experiments

Hibbard et al., Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union (2007)

Climate–Carbon Cycle Feedback Analysis: Results from the C4MIP Model Intercomparison

Climate–Carbon Cycle Feedback Analysis: Results from the C4MIP Model Intercomparison

Friedlingstein et al., Journal of Climate (2006)

Nonlinearities, Feedbacks and Critical Thresholds within the Earth's Climate System

Nonlinearities, Feedbacks and Critical Thresholds within the Earth's Climate System

Rial et al., Climatic Change (2004)

White Papers

Towards new scenarios for analysis of emissions, climate change, impacts, and response strategies

Towards new scenarios for analysis of emissions, climate change, impacts, and response strategies

IPCC Expert Meeting Report (2007)

Work plan for data exchange between the Integrated Assessment and Climate Modeling community in support of Phase-0 of scenario analysis for climate change assessment (Representative Community Pathways).

Work plan for data exchange between the Integrated Assessment and Climate Modeling community in support of Phase-0 of scenario analysis for climate change assessment (Representative Community Pathways).

van Vuuren et al., (2007)

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When do we attribute a publication to AIMES?

AIMES publications are attributed in the ‘Acknowledgements’ section of scientific articles and are acknowledged when we a publication would not have arisen without the involvement of AIMES or is linked directly to an AIMES activity. These publications can include products that are specifically generated through/by/from/during AIMES activities – for example, arising from the activities conducted within AIMES workshops, working groups, and/or conferences. We also highlight publications on topics relevant to the AIMES Science Plan that benefitted from some interaction with AIMES or AIMES activities, for example by participants of AIMES events, past and present scientific steering committee members, working group co-chairs and participants, endorsed project members, or national contacts.

Acknowledgements

For AIMES publications that result from a meeting or workshop supported by AIMES, please include a statement in the acknowledgements that the Analysis, Integration and Modeling of the Earth System (AIMES) project officially endorsed the event.