Welcome to the C4MIP Web Site!
The primary aim of C4MIP is to understand and quantify future (century-scale) changes in the global carbon cycle and its feedbacks on the climate system, making the link between CO2 emissions and climate change. This objective is obtained through idealized, historical and future scenario experiments.
C4MIP is a part of CMIP6. C4MIP is closely linked to the recently initiated WCRP Grand Challenge on Carbon Feedbacks in the Climate System.
- Chris D. Jones (chris.d.jones@ , Met Office) metoffice.gov.uk
- Vivek Arora (vivek.arora@ , CCCma) ec.gc.ca
- Pierre Friedlingstein (P.Friedlingstein@ , EMPS Exeter) exeter.ac.uk
Scientific Steering Committee
Chris D. Jones (Met Office), Vivek Arora (CCCma), Pierre Friedlingstein (EMPS Exeter), Laurent Bopp (LSCE/IPSL), Victor Brovkin (Max Planck), John Dunne (NOAA/GFDL),
Heather Graven (Grantham IC) , Forrest Hoffman (ORNL), Tatiana Ilyina (LSCE/IPSL), Jasmin G. John (NOAA/GFDL), Martin Jung (Max Planck), Michio Kawamiya (JAMSTEC),
Charlie Koven (EESA LBL), Julia Pongratz (Max Planck), Thomas Raddatz (Max Planck), James T. Randerson (ESS UCI) and Sönke Zaehle (Max Planck)