The Florida Climate Institute (FCI) is a network of universities across Florida working to improve society’s understanding of climate variability and change by fostering interdisciplinary research, developing new technologies for a resilient Florida, and strengthening education in climate science and applications.
At FSU, the FCI is bringing together faculty, postdocs, and students to collectively address fundamental and applied climate research questions.
Florida Climate Institute-Florida State University Seasonal Hindcasts at 50km resolution (FISH50) is the retrospective global seasonal forecasts conducted using the atmospheric Florida Climate Institute Global Spectral Model (FGSM).
The datasets consist of two main components: downscaling of Global Reanalyses for the period 1979-2000, and downscaling of Global Climate Models for the periods 1968-2000 and 2038-2070.
The sensitivity of southeastern United States climate to varying irrigation vigor. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.
A Lagrangian view of longwave radiative fluxes for understanding the direct heating response to a CO2 increase. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.
Isolating the Temperature Feedback Loop and Its Effects on Surface Temperature. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences.
Insights into methane dynamics from analysis of authigenic carbonates and chemosynthetic mussels at newly-discovered Atlantic Margin seeps. Earth and Planetary Science Letters.
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