JULES Science Meetings

The JULES community has regular science meetings since 2007 where researchers working with JULES are invited to present results. Anyone with any kind of interest in JULES is welcome to attend. These meetings are an excellent opportunity to showcase work using (or relevant to) JULES and meet fellow researchers using JULES. Members of the JULES community are strongly encouraged to attend if at all possible.

JULES science meetings usually take place over two days, with delegates arriving for lunch on the first day and leaving after lunch on the last day. There is also usually an evening dinner for participants (not included in the conference fee).


JULES Science Meeting 28-29th June 2016, Univ. Lancaster

The 2016 JULES Science Meeting was followed by the JULES Short Course, which included hands-on training course in the use of JULES. Lancaster was a new venue for the meeting, with the aspiration that it would catalyse fresh links with the land surface community working at the Lancaster Environment Centre and CEH Lancaster, as well as providing an update on recent developments and applications of JULES.

     Configurations and Overview 
Doug ClarkJULES Update PDF icon Doug_Clark_JULES_2016_update.pdf
Richard GilhamTools for JULES
Chris JonesMIPS and iLAMB PDF icon Chris_Jones_JULES_2016_MIPs.pdf
Anna HarperThe JULES Earth System Configuration for UKESM PDF icon Anna_Harper_JULES_2016_ESM.pdf
Colin PrenticeTowards a universal model for ecosystem - atmosphere carbon and water exchanges PDF icon Colin_Prentice_JULES_2016_universal.pdf
     Vegetation and Disturbance 
Ning DongBiophysical homoestasis of leaf temperature: a neglected process for vegetation and land surface PDF icon Ning_Dong_JULES_2016_LeafT.pdf
Stephane MangeonINFERNO, an interactive fire and emission scheme now integrated in JULES PDF icon Stephane_Mangeon_JULES_2016_INFERNO-1-10.pdfPDF icon Stephane_Mangeon_JULES_2016_INFERNO-11-20.pdf
Alex RapPlant productivity response to diffuse radiation changes caused by secondary organic aerosol PDF icon Alex_Rap_JULES_2016_SOA.pdf
Tom PughDisturbance, mortality and turnover in global vegetation modelling PDF icon Tom_Pugh_JULES_2016_disturbance.pdf
Juhan ParkEstimation of forest thinning effects by reduction of leaf area index in JULES LSM PDF icon Juhan_Park_JULES_2016_thinning.pdf
     Crops and Ecosystem Strategies 
Karina WilliamsRecent developments in JULES crop PDF icon Karina_Williams_JULES_2016_crop.pdf
Felix LeungQuantifying the impact of ozone on crops productivity at regional scale using JULES-crop PDF icon Felix_Leung_JULES_2016_ozone.pdf
Rebecca OliverEuropean carbon sink strength reduced by plant ozone damage PDF icon Ozone_JULES_rfu.pdf
Debbie HemmingResults from the first year of leaf/twig trait observations and ecosystem monitoring compared with site specific JULES runs at Mill Haft, the BIFoR experimental woodland in Staffordshire PDF icon Debbie_Hemming_JULES_2016_BIFoR.pdf
Elisa StefaniakExploring ecosystem investment strategies PDF icon Elisa_Stefaniak_JULES_2016_investment.pdf
Jessica DaviesIntegrating carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus plant-soil cycling for semi-natural systems
     Soil/Urban Processes including impacts on carbon 
Pier Luigi VidaleOn the treatment of soil water stress in GCM simulations of vegetation physiology PDF icon beta_jules_mtng_vidale_jun16.compressed-1-11.pdfPDF icon beta_jules_mtng_vidale_jun16.compressed-12-15.pdfPDF icon beta_jules_mtng_vidale_jun16.compressed-16-22.pdfPDF icon beta_jules_mtng_vidale_jun16.compressed-23-28.pdf
Sarah ChadburnDetailed evaluation of high latitude carbon cycle processes in JULES PDF icon Sarah_Chadburn_JULES_2016_highlat.pdf
Mostaquimur RahmanInfluence of chalk hydrology on land surface processes in the UK PDF icon Mostaquimur_Rahman_JULES_2016_chalk.pdf
Heather AshtonThe impact of high resolution soil on surface fluxes in JULES PDF icon Heather_Ashton_JULES_2016_soil.pdf
     Application of JULES 
Toby MarthewsWhat JULES can tell us about change in the Horn of Africa bimodal rainfall region in 2014 PDF icon Toby_Marthews_JULES_2016_aceafrica.pdf
Peter CookThe current and future water balance of West-Africa with focus on Northern Ghana and Burkina Faso PDF icon Peter_Cook_JULES_2016_water.pdf
Garry HaymanDeposition: Linking the land surface and atmospheric composition PDF icon Garry_Hayman_JULES_2016_deposition.pdf
Sanita Vetra-CarvalhoSmart data assimilation with JULES in EMPIRE PDF icon Sanita_VetraCarvalho_JULES_2016_empire.pdf


JULES Science Meeting 30th June - 1st July 2015, Univ. Reading

H. AshtonEvaluation of the CHESS data within JULES for UK Environmental Prediction PDF icon ashton.pdf
J. BrookeEvaluating the Unified Model and JULES simulated land surface temperature (LST) using a multi-platform approach PDF icon brooke.pdf
E. BurkePermafrost climate feedback - an application of vertically discretised soil carbon PDF icon burke.pdf
S. ChadburnVertically discretised soil carbon in JULES PDF icon chadburn.pdf
S. DadsonRiver Flow and Inundation in African Rivers PDF icon dadson.pdf
R. EsseryNew Benchmarks for Snow PDF icon essery.pdf
N. GedneyDetecting solar dimming in observed river flow PDF icon gedney.pdf
A. HarperJULES biogeochemistry: Update on model developments PDF icon harper.pdf
A. HarperLearning from the 2010 Drought in Amazonia PDF icon harper_amazon.pdf
G. HaymanJULES and Atmospheric Deposition PDF icon hayman.pdf
D. HemmingThe BIFoR woodland FACE experiment - opportunities to evaluate and improve JULES PDF icon hemming.compressed.pdf
P. HopcroftWhat can we learn from simulations of the last ice age with JULES PDF icon hopcroft.pdf
H. JohnsonThe dependence of land-atmosphere interactions on atmospheric parametrizations in the JULES/UM modelling system PDF icon johnson.pdf
S. KumarLand surface modeling and data assimilation with the NASA Land Information System (LIS) PDF icon kumar.pdf
F. LeungQuantifying the impacts of tropospheric ozone on crop production at regional scale using JULES-Crop PDF icon leung.pdf
J. LloydSoils and tropical vegetation structure PDF icon lloyd.pdf
T. MarthewsThe 2014 drought in the Horn of Africa: attribution of meteorological drivers PDF icon marthews.pdf
C. MénardMeteorological forcing, ancillary data and evaluation methods as sources of errors and uncertainty in JULES PDF icon menard.pdf
P. PeylinRecent evolutions of ORCHIDEE, progress toward a 3rd generation land surface model PDF icon peylin.pdf
M. PryorJULES releases: Overview of JULES developments since the last meeting PDF icon pryor.pdf
E. RobinsonMAJIC: Expanding access to JULES PDF icon robinson.pdf
S. ShannonModelling glaciers in the JULES Integrated Impacts Model (JIM) PDF icon shannon.pdf
A. VerhoefA closer look at skin layer heat transfer in the surface energy balance PDF icon verhoef.pdf
G. WeedonCross-spectral evaluation of JULES energy fluxes and soil moisture using half-hourly observations at the Met Office Research Unit, Cardington Bedfordshire PDF icon weedon-1-16.pdfPDF icon weedon-17-32.pdf


JULES Science Meeting 1st-2nd July 2014, Univ. Leicester

S. R. ArnoldTropospheric ozone impacts on Eurasian ecosystems and climate forcing PDF icon Arnold.pdf
E. BurkeJULES and permafrost PDF icon Burke.pdf
S. ChadburnA new JULES version with improved physical processes in the Arctic PDF icon Chadburn.pdf
D. ClarkUpdate on JULES-ECOSSE-FUN PDF icon Clark.pdf
T. Davies-BarnardQuantifying the relative importance of natural and anthropogenic land cover changes in the Representative Concentration Pathways PDF icon Davies-Barnard.pdf
R. EsseryPersistence of snow in forests and clearings PDF icon Essery.pdf
R. Gilham50 Shades of Clay- JULES gets Soil Tiled PDF icon Gilham.pdf
A. HarperJULES: New plant functional types, vegetation dynamics and drought impacts PDF icon Harper.compressed-1-11.pdfPDF icon Harper.compressed-12-19.pdfPDF icon Harper.compressed-20-26.pdf
M. JohnsonEvaluating DGVM performance for the Amazon basin with new baseline maps of tropical forest properties PDF icon Johnson.pdf
T. JuppFitting the seasonal cycle with adJULES PDF icon Jupp.pdf
J. KadukAnalytical determination of the carbon cycle equilibrium in coupled climate and carbon cycle models PDF icon Kaduk.pdf
H. LewisUK Environmental Prediction PDF icon Lewis.pdf
R. MacKenzieA new multi-disciplinary institute of forest research and a new ten-year+ experiment in environmental resilience...potential for future collaborative work PDF icon MacKenzie.pdf
A. Manrique-SuñénPhotosynthesis limiting regimes PDF icon Manrique-Sunen.pdf
L. PapadimitriouJULES validation and flux partitioning for large-scale basins PDF icon Papadimitriou.pdf
M. Pryor (presented by R. Gilham)JULES versions PDF icon Pryor.pdf
T. QuaifeAssimilating EO data into JULES PDF icon Quaife.pdf
A. RapDeforestation fires increase Amazon forest productivity through changes to diffuse radiation PDF icon Rap.pdf
R. RosolemIt is now possible to measure soil moisture at sub-kilometer scale using cosmic-­ray neutrons PDF icon Rosolem.compressed.pdf
H. WangModelling carbon dioxide flux at an intensively cultivated lowland peatland in East Anglia, UK PDF icon Wang.pdf
K. WilliamsJULES-crop - A generic parametrisation of crops in JULES PDF icon Williams.pdf
D. T. YoungRepresenting urban vegetation in weather and climate models PDF icon Young.pdf


JULES Science Meeting 19-20th June 2013, Univ. Edinburgh

 Meeting theme: "Forest Processes".

Matt Pryor, Martin Best, Richard Essery, Nic Gedney, Oliver Wild, Lina Mercado, Tom Osborne, Stephen Sitch, Mat WilliamsModule overviews PDF icon modules.pdf
Gianpaolo BalsamoForest Processes and Land Surface Tiling in the ECMWF model PDF icon Balsamo.pdf
Paul BartlettModelling snow with CLASS – a Canadian perspective PDF icon Bartlett.pdf
Juliane OttoForest and albedo in ORCHIDEE PDF icon Otto.pdf
Richard EsseryMasking of snow albedo by forests in JULES and other models PDF icon Essery.pdf
Cécile MénardUsing JULES to understand the SMOS freeze/thaw product over a boreal landscape PDF icon Menard.compressed.pdf
Anne VerhoefOn the treatment of soil water stress in LSM simulations of vegetation function PDF icon Verhoef.pdf
Darren SlevinConstraining JULES phenology using MODIS data - an evaluation at multiple FLUXNET sites PDF icon Slevin.pdf
Chris JonesForests in JULES: sinks, spaghetti and spots PDF icon Jones.pdf
Andrea Manrique-SuñénJULES and CTESSEL: Representing carbon and energy fluxes in forests PDF icon ManriqueSunen.pdf
Mat WilliamsGlobal Data Assimilation for the Carbon Cycle: challenges, progress and the future PDF icon Williams.pdf
Stephen SitchR.E.D. - Robust Ecosystem Demography Model: A New DGVM PDF icon Sitch.pdf
Allan SpessaEvaluating the Coupled Dynamic Vegetation‐Fire‐Emissions Model, LPJ‐GUESS‐SPITFIRE, against EO‐based Tropical Tree Biomass Data: Results and Implications for JULES PDF icon Spessa.pdf
Richard GilhamFire in JULES - first steps PDF icon Gilham.pdf
Toby MarthewsThe TOPMODEL Topographic Index In JULES PDF icon Marthews.pdf
Heather AshtonThe implementation of lateral flows in stand alone JULES PDF icon Ashton.pdf
Graham WeedonA spectral approach to assessing JULES performance: case study of late twentieth century discharge from the Thames Basin PDF icon Weedon.pdf


JULES Science Meeting 17-18th December 2012, Univ. Exeter

Simon DadsonUsing JULES to look at processes in, and impacts of, African wetlands PDF icon Dadson.pdf
Nataliya BulyginaAdapting JULES for groundwater dominated catchments PDF icon Bulygina.pdf
Emily BlackICWALPA: Integrated Carbon, Water and Land Management for Poverty Alleviation PDF icon Black.compressed.pdf
Rutger DankersISI-MIP: new results from the latest intercomparison experiment PDF icon Dankers.pdf
Margriet GroenendijkAtmospheric constraints on plant water use efficiency in JULES PDF icon Groenendijk.pdf
Zed ZulkafliLarge-scale hydrological modelling of the Peruvian Amazon basin PDF icon Zulkafli.pdf
Eddy RobertsonJULES-ES configuration PDF icon Robertson.pdf
Heather AshtonThe development of a coupled surface water inundation modelling system PDF icon Ashton.pdf
Federica PacificoImplementation of a biogenic isoprene scheme into JULES and its evaluation PDF icon Federica.compressed.pdf
Homan WongGeometric series solution to solve the spin-up problem of first-order based soil organic matter models PDF icon Homan.pdf
Eleanor Blyth, Declan FinneyNew representation of soil freezing in JULES: impact on river in Siberia PDF icon Finney.pdf
Tim Jupp, Cat LukeParameter estimation using ADJULES PDF icon Jupp.pdf
Steve HancockUsing EO data to test JULES phenology PDF icon Hancock.compressed.pdf
Douglas ClarkNew representations of C and N processes in JULES (ECOSSE and FUN) PDF icon Clark.pdf
Anna HarperExploring the representation of PFTs in JULES PDF icon Harper.compressed.pdf


JULES Science Meeting 12-13th January 2012, Univ. Reading

Martin BestJULES as a community model and land surface scheme for weather / climate models PDF icon best.pdf
Richard BettsUsing JULES for impacts assessment to underpin UK and international climate policy PDF icon betts.pdf
Emily Black, Marie-Estelle Demory, Pier Luigi VidaleCanopy Interception in JULES PDF icon black.pdf
Eleanor BlythAssessing the fidelity of the water balance of the JULES model at a 1km gridded scale across the UK PDF icon blyth.pdf
Eleanor BurkeImpact of permafrost carbon release on global temperature PDF icon burke.pdf
David GalbraithUsing JULES to evaluate the ecosystem dynamics of Amazonian rainforests PDF icon galbraith.pdf
Raquel García, Anne Verhoef, Pier Luigi VidaleApplication of JULES for the assessment of the CO2 mitigation potential of horizontal GCHP PDF icon garcia.pdf
Steve HancockGlobsnow and JULES PDF icon hancock.pdf
Richard HardingJULES and the Terrestrial Global Water Cycle PDF icon harding.pdf
Chris HuntingfordIMOGEN - A quick update PDF icon huntingford.pdf
Jason LoweApplying climate science to stakeholder needs PDF icon lowe.pdf
Mark McCarthyApplying JULES in Urban areas PDF icon mccarthy.pdf
Tom OsborneJULES-crop PDF icon osborne.pdf
Andy WiltshireThe JULES impacts configuration PDF icon wiltshire.pdf


JULES Workshop June 2011, Univ. Exeter

The JULES meeting in June 2011 was conceived as a workshop dedicated to "Identifying and solving systematic errors in JULES". The first day consisted of a series of presentations introducing what are considered to be some of the larger systematic issues with JULES, followed by breakout discussion groups to brainstorm possible solutions. The second day was more practical, with the morning session being spent in the University of Exeter's computer labs trying out potential solutions using JULES (via the R interface developed by Tim Jupp and Cat Luke at the University of Exeter). The meeting concluded with a plenary session where the breakout groups reported back on the results of their experiments.

Peter CoxStructure and aims of the meeting
Chris JonesLand surface representation in HadGEM2-ES
Eleanor BlythJULES performance against benchmark sites
Pier Luigi VidaleJULES shortcomings for GCM applications
Eleanor BurkeSystematic errors over permafrost
Cécile MénardSystematic errors in snow
Tim Jupp, Cat LukeIntroduction to running JULES and ADJULES via R interface


JULES Science Meeting 12-13th January 2011, CEH Wallingford

     Soil Physics 
Anne VerhoefPrinciples of soil water and heat transfer in JULES PDF icon Verhoef.pdf
Richard EllisUsing satellite estimates of land surface temperature to assess the performance of the soil physics in JULES PDF icon Ellis.pdf
Rutger Dankers, Eleanor BurkePermafrost in JULES PDF icon Dankers.pdf
Jon EvansCOSMOS - a new way of measuring soil moisture at the intermediate scale PDF icon Evans.pdf
David RobinsonSoil Moisture Sequestration in Drylands: Ecosystem Engineering in Pinyon Juniper Woodland via Soil Water Repellency PDF icon Robinson.compressed.pdf
Raquel García GonzálezModelling soil heat and water flow as a coupled process PDF icon Garcia.pdf
Simon DadsonImpacts of Climate Change on Erosion, Sediment Transport and Soil Carbon in UK & Europe PDF icon Dadson.pdf
Patricia de RosnayUse of satellite data for land surface analysis at ECMWF PDF icon deRosnay.pdf
     Soil Carbon and Nitrogen 
Bridget EmmettDevelopment of Jules for soils/ecosystem research PDF icon Emmett.pdf
Andy WhitmoreGlobal Soil Organic Nitrogen PDF icon Whitmore.pdf
Neil CroutModel reduction and evaluation: methane emissions from soils PDF icon Crout.pdf
Matt PryorJULES benchmarking and discussion on I/O PDF icon Pryor.pdf
Mark RichardsJULES-ECOSSE methane model PDF icon Richards.pdf
Nic GedneyModelling large-scale wetland methane emissions PDF icon Gedney.pdf
Homan WongSpatial simulation of the impacts of climate change and land use change on soil carbon in ECOSSE in England and Wales PDF icon HomanWong.pdf
Andreas HeinemeyerModel inter-comparison of peat models PDF icon Heinemeyer.pdf


JULES Science Meeting 9-10th June 2010, Univ. Leeds

Olivier BoucherWelcome, meeting plan, introduction and updates PDF icon Boucher.pdf
Simon DadsonLinks between climate, hydrology and geomorphology PDF icon Dadson.pdf
Pier Luigi VidaleModelling soil heat and water flow as a coupled process PDF icon Vidale.pdf
Cécile MénardUpdate on snow theme/shrub expansion PDF icon Menard.pdf
Josh HookerJULES-crop PDF icon Hooker.pdf
Andy ChallinorHolistic approaches to modelling crop productivity PDF icon Challinor.pdf
Catherine Van den HoofEvaluation of the Suitability of the Land Surface Model JULES for Environmental Change Studies in Belgium PDF icon VandenHoof.compressed.pdf
Richard BettsJULES climate impacts PDF icon Betts.pdf
Matt PryorJULES development and benchmarking PDF icon Pryor.pdf
Ben BoothFrom observational metrics to constraints PDF icon Booth.pdf
Tim JuppCalibration of ADJULES PDF icon Jupp.pdf
Emanuel GloorTrends in airborne fraction of CO2
Simon LewisTropical forests and links to JULES
Toby MarthewsProductivity in cloud forests in the Andes PDF icon Marthews.compressed.pdf
Harry HarmensImpacts of ozone on vegetation: relevance for JULES
Kirsti AshworthBiogenic emissions with MEGAN


JULES Science Meeting 17-18th June 2009, Met Office Exeter

     Welcome and Introduction 
Olivier BoucherWelcome and housekeeping announcements
Richard BettsIntroduction to Impacts Theme
Nigel ArnellGlobal scale impacts
     Update on recent work in themes 
Mark McCarthy, Maggie HendryUrban
Stephen SitchPlant Physiology PDF icon Sitch.pdf
Tim WheelerCrops
Allan SpessaVegetation Dynamics PDF icon Spessa_Veg.pdf
Allan SpessaFires PDF icon Spessa_Fire.pdf
Richard EsserySnow cover PDF icon Essery.pdf
Eleanor BlythSurface Hydrology
Eleanor BlythSoil moisture and temperature
Pete SmithSoil carbon and nitrogen PDF icon Smith.pdf
Mat WilliamsData Assimilation
Tim JuppAdjoint of JULES
Matt PryorBenchmarking and JULES versions PDF icon Pryor.pdf

A large proportion of this meeting was given over to discussion groups. Richard Betts has assembled a document summarising the results of these discussions PDF icon JULES_Impacts_summary.pdf.


JULES Science Meeting 8-9th January 2009, Univ. Edinburgh

     Data Assimilation 
Marko ScholzeCCDAS PDF icon Scholze.pdf
Tris QuaifeAssimilating EO data into JULES PDF icon Quaife.pdf
Philippe CiaisModel data fusion with the ORCHIDEE model
David PearsonEstimation of Carbon Cycle Parameters in JULES PDF icon Pearson.pdf
Tim JuppThe adjoint of JULES
Mat WilliamsThe REFLEX experiment
Cécile MénardEffect of the new snow module on snow, runoff and soil temperatures PDF icon Menard.pdf
Simon DadsonEvaluation of regional simulations of snow cover over the Austrian Alps PDF icon Dadson.pdf
Andy WiltshireHigh resolution process modelling of a high latitude catchment PDF icon Wiltshire.compressed.pdf
Rosie FisherWhy vegetation modelling depends on luck PDF icon Fisher.pdf
John HughesImplementation of land cover changes… PDF icon Hughes.pdf
Richard BettsDoes Amazon die-back mean it is not worth reducing deforestation? PDF icon Betts.pdf
     Crop modelling 
Catherine Van den HoofProcess-based Crop Growth within the Land Surface Model JULES and Implications for Land-Atmosphere Exchange Processes PDF icon VandenHoof.pdf
Oliver SusModelling the phenology and carbon budget of major crops at the field scale, supported by remote sensing data PDF icon Sus.pdf
Josh HookerCoupling a dynamic crop model to JULES PDF icon Hooker.pdf
Tom OsborneCoupled crop-climate variability PDF icon Osborne.pdf


Second JULES Science Meeting 8-9th January 2008, CEH Wallingford

     Introduction to projects that involve JULES 
Rosie FisherQUERCC PDF icon 2008_Fisher_QUERCC.pdf
Juliette LathièreQUAAC PDF icon 2008_Lathiere_QUAAC.pdf
Richard HardingWATCH PDF icon 2008_Harding_WATCH.pdf
Chris TaylorAMMA PDF icon 2008_Taylor_AMMA.pdf
     Description of physics modules currently in JULES 
Martin BestSurface Exchange PDF icon 2008_Best.pdf
Richard EsserySnow Cover PDF icon 2008_Essery.pdf
Nic GedneySurface Hydrology and Soil Moisture & Temperature PDF icon 2008_gedney.pdf
Stephen SitchPlant Physiology PDF icon 2008_Sitch.pdf
Rosie FisherVegetation Dynamics PDF icon 2008_Fisher_TRIFFID.pdf
Pete SmithSoil carbon and Nitrogen PDF icon 2008_Smith.pdf
     Description of physics modules planned for JULES 
Tim WheelerCrop Modelling PDF icon 2008_Wheeler.pdf
Juliette LathièreBiogenic Fluxes PDF icon 2008_Lathiere.pdf
Colin PrenticeFire
Mathew WilliamsData Assimilation PDF icon 2008_Williams.pdf
     Science Talks 
Eleanor BlythBenchmarking for JULES PDF icon 2008_Blyth.pdf
Pier Luigi VidaleData requirements PDF icon 2008_Vidale.pdf
Rosie FisherED-JULES PDF icon 2008_Fisher_ED.pdf
Robert MuetzelfeldtRepresenting JULES in XML PDF icon 2008_Muetzelfeldt.pdf
Peter CoxWhat are the future big science questions for JULES? PDF icon 2008_Cox.pdf

Breakout discussion groups followed the final presentation.


First JULES Science Meeting 28-29th June 2007, Univ. Exeter

     General Session 
Olivier BoucherJULES Introduction PDF icon Boucher.pdf
Doug ClarkNew features in JULES version 2 PDF icon Clark.pdf
Ying Ping WangLand surface modelling for ACCESS in Australia PDF icon Wang.pdf
Eva KowalczykThe CSIRO Atmosphere Biosphere Land Exchange (CABLE) PDF icon Kowalczyk.pdf
Martin BestSurface exchange, Technical development and Validation PDF icon Best.pdf
Eleanor BlythModelling hydrology in JULES; past, present and future PDF icon Blyth.pdf
     Plant Physiology, Vegetation Dynamics and Crop Modelling 
Stephen SitchIntroduction - Plant Physiology, Vegetation Dynamics and Crop modelling PDF icon Sitch.pdf
Andrew ChallinorRoots, shoots and leaves: The origin of GLAM(-JULES) PDF icon Challinor.pdf
Tom OsborneIncorporating crop growth modelling into JULES PDF icon Osborne.pdf
Rosie FisherThe Ecosystem Demography model PDF icon Rosie_Fisher.pdf
David GalbraithVegetation Response to Drought PDF icon Galbraith.pdf
Lina MercadoPhotosynthesis/Light interception
Jörg KadukLarge scale green-up models determined from NDVI PDF icon Kaduk.pdf
Josh FisherModelling Plant Nitrogen PDF icon Josh_Fisher.pdf
     Soil Carbon, Nitrogen and Biogenic fluxes 
Pete Smith, Oliver WildIntroduction
Chris Jones, Pete Falloon, Jo Smith, Kevin Coleman, Bente Foereid, Stephen Sitch, Andy WhitmoreProgress in coupling Soil C and N routines into JULES PDF icon Jones.pdf
Matt Aitkenhead, Bente Foereid, Jo Smith, Pete SmithTesting the soil C & N routines for use in JULES in the QUERCC project PDF icon Aitkenhead.pdf
Nick Ostle, Niall McNamara, Richard Bardgett, Eva Tregidgo, Margaret Glendining, Goetz RichterSoil C:N:P stoichiometry as a means to constrain decomposition PDF icon Ostle.pdf

Juliette Lathière

Modelling Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from the Terrestrial Biosphere PDF icon Lathiere.pdf
Paul YoungEffects of biogenic emissions on atmospheric composition PDF icon Young.pdf
Mhairi CoyleTrace Gas Deposition: The Land/Atmosphere Interface PDF icon Coyle.pdf
Allan SpessaIntroduction - Fire in the Earth System PDF icon Spessa.pdf
Veiko LehstenModeling Fire on the African continent (SPITFIRE in LPJ-GUESS) PDF icon Lehsten.pdf
Richard BettsDevelopment a prototype fire model for Hadley GCMs PDF icon Betts.pdf
Heiko BalzterFires in Russian forests PDF icon Balzter.pdf
Susan PageTropical Peatland Fires PDF icon Page.pdf
Oliver WildFires, Atmospheric Composition, and Earth System Feedbacks PDF icon Wild.pdf
Sergey VenevskyExperiments with SEVER-FIRE: Lessons for JULES fire modelling activities PDF icon Venevsky.pdf
     Snow and Hydrology 
Anne VerhoefThe effects of soil hydraulic/thermal parameter choice on JULES land surface fluxes and variables; field scale studies
Pier Luigi VidaleImpact of the land surface in modelling climate: The importance of soil physical parameters **LARGE**
Richard Essery, Martin Best, Cécile MénardJULES Snow Module Development PDF icon Essery.pdf
Andy WiltshireParameterising Heterogeneous Snowcover in JULES PDF icon Wiltshire.pdf
Chawn HarlowMicrowave radiative transfer in a snow pack: Models and experimental objectives for Cold Land Processes Experiment II PDF icon Harlow.pdf
Rita WaniaPeatlands and permafrost in LPJ-WHy PDF icon Wania.pdf
     Data assimilation 
Mathew WilliamsData assimilation in land surface schemes PDF icon Williams.pdf
Tristan QuaifeAssimilating canopy reflectance into an ecosystem model PDF icon Quaife.pdf


JULES Launch event 2nd October 2006, Univ. Reading

The meeting was attended by 60 scientists from across the UK (and one from the US). The morning saw examples of work and results by people who have used JULES. The afternoon was an overview of how senior scientists in the UK land surface modelling community see the development of JULES going over the next few years.

Eleanor Blyth (CEH, Wallingford)JULES overview PDF icon Blyth_JULES.pdf
Reto Stöckli (Colorado State Univ.)The validation of JULES against observational data PDF icon stockli_jules_workshop2_1.pdf
Lina Mercado (CEH)Radiation penetration through plant canopies PDF icon Lina_JULES.pdf
Andrew Wiltshire (Univ. Durham)Snow processes in JULES PDF icon Wiltshire_JULES.pdf
Richard Ellis (CEH)Global impact of seasonal to inter-annual LAI PDF icon Ellis_jules.pdf
Chris Jones (Met Office)The European carbon balance of the 20th Century PDF icon Jones_JULES.pdf
Colin Prentice (Univ. Bristol)An overview of QUEST and the QUEST-ESM
Ian Woodward (Univ. Sheffield)QUERCC and JULES PDF icon Woodward_JULES.pdf
Peter Cox (Univ. Exeter)The CLASSIC use of JULES PDF icon Cox_JULES.pdf
Richard Harding (CEH)JULES in CEH PDF icon Harding_JULES.pdf
Olivier Boucher (Met Office)JULES and the Met Office: future plans PDF icon BOUCHER_JULES.pdf
Richard Betts (Met Office)Use of JULES for impact studies PDF icon betts JULES impacts.pdf