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    Climate Vulnerability. Roger A. Urban Environment. Migrations of Fines in Porous Media. Kartic C. Olaf Kolditz. Harindra Joseph Fernando. Land Subsidence Analysis in Urban Areas. Social Ecology. Earth system modelling is such a tool, as it enables investigating problems in an integrated manner considering interactions between different Earth system compartments and across scales —from local to global scales, and from weather time scales to millennia and beyond.

    The Earth system is subject to natural e. Understanding the dynamics of and predicting the extremely complex Earth system under different forcing scenarios requires an advanced Earth system model capacity that brings together expertise from all areas of Earth system science. In the ESM project we will develop and apply innovative Earth system modelling capacity to contribute to solving some of the grand challenges mankind is facing.

    Work will concentrate on enhancing the representation of Earth system model compartments , for which world-leading expertise is available within the consortium. Another cornerstone of the project will be the development of a flexible framework for the effective coupling of Earth system model components , which is challenging given the diverse nature of the components and models being coupled. The Earth system modelling infrastructure will be used in a set of coordinated simulations that push the boundaries of existing numerical experimentation—referred to as frontier simulations —to provide significant progress of our knowledge base.

    During the three-year funding period, particular emphasis will be placed on the following research foci: enhanced multiscale global change projections, monsoon systems in a changing climate, forecasting and projecting hydro-meteorological extremes in Europe, cross-compartmental matter-cycling from land to sea, and georeservoirs under anthropogenic pressure.