Nathan Wilhelmi

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The Community Earth System Model (CESM) is a widely used community model for studying the climate system on the Earth. The CESM model is both data and computationally intensive, making it difficult for users to set up and run CESM simulations using local resources. In this paper, we describe an integrated climate modeling environment that supports CESM(More)
Previously, we showed that mice that overexpress the 5-HT(1A) receptor transiently from embryonic to perinatal stages show reduced anxiety and changes in brain serotonin turnover as adults. Here, we investigated the long-term effects of the temporary overexpression of the 5-HT(1A) receptor during early embryonic and perinatal development on the performance(More)
Grid-BGC is a Grid-enabled terrestrial biogeochemical cycle simulator collaboratively developed by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and the University of Colorado (CU) with funding from NASA. The primary objective of the project is to utilize Globus Grid technology to integrate inexpensive commodity cluster computational resources at CU(More)
We discuss our software development experiences with Grid-BGC, a gridenabled terrestrial carbon cycle modeling environment. Grid-BGC leverages grid computing technologies to create a secure, reliable and easy to use distributed computational environment for climate modeling. The goal is to develop a system which insulates the scientists from tedious(More)
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