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Climate and Environmental Modeling Research Lab (CEML)
Department of Natural Resources and the Environment
University of Connecticut
1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4087
Storrs, CT 06269

The primary mission of the Climate and Environmental Modeling Research Group at the University of Connecticut (Department of Natural Resources and the Environment), directed by Dr. Richard Anyah is to use physical models to study the dynamical and physical processes associated with regional climate and environmental variability and changes. As such the primary research areas include, but not limited to: (i) land-atmosphere interactions (ii), Land use/cover changes impacts and linkages to regional hydro-climatic changes, (iii) dynamical downscaling of climate scenarios for regional impacts, vulnerability and adaptation assessments,(iv) Climate and water resources over sub-Saharan Africa,and (v) Climate and Natural Resources of the Northeastern United States




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