MERGE: ModElling the Regional and Global Earth system

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    Sölvegatan 37

    223 62 Lund

    Sweden

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    223 62 Lund

    Sweden

Unit profile

Description

MERGE is a Strategic Research Area working with modelling the regional and global Climate System with focus on the interactions between the climate and the terrestrial biosphere. MERGE brings together more than 150 researchers collaborating across five Swedish universities - Lund University, Chalmers, University of Gothenburg, KTH, and Linnaeus University - and SMHI. The cutting edge research environment are experts on the development and application of detailed process models, climate models and Earth System models through disciplinary and interdisciplinary research studies as well as dialogue with the wider society on scientific knowledge and research needs.

Research

Further information, please visit Research | MERGE (lu.se).

UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. Our work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities
  • SDG 13 - Climate Action
  • SDG 15 - Life on Land

Collaborations and top research areas from the last five years

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  • Response of plastic film mulched maize to soil and atmospheric water stresses in an arid irrigation area

    Li, C., Wang, J., Zhang, Y., Feng, H., Zhang, W. & Siddique, K. H. M., 2024 Mar, In: European Journal of Agronomy. 154, 127080.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

  • Hybrid elicitation and quantile-parametrized likelihood

    Perepolkin, D., Goodrich, B. & Sahlin, U., 2024 Feb, In: Statistics and Computing. 34, 11.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

    Open Access
  • 100 ancient genomes show repeated population turnovers in Neolithic Denmark

    Allentoft, M. E., Sikora, M., Fischer, A., Sjögren, K. G., Ingason, A., Macleod, R., Rosengren, A., Schulz Paulsson, B., Jørkov, M. L. S., Novosolov, M., Stenderup, J., Price, T. D., Fischer Mortensen, M., Nielsen, A. B., Ulfeldt Hede, M., Sørensen, L., Nielsen, P. O., Rasmussen, P., Jensen, T. Z. T., Refoyo-Martínez, A., & 48 othersIrving-Pease, E. K., Barrie, W., Pearson, A., Sousa da Mota, B., Demeter, F., Henriksen, R. A., Vimala, T., McColl, H., Vaughn, A., Vinner, L., Renaud, G., Stern, A., Johannsen, N. N., Ramsøe, A. D., Schork, A. J., Ruter, A., Gotfredsen, A. B., Henning Nielsen, B., Brinch Petersen, E., Kannegaard, E., Hansen, J., Buck Pedersen, K., Pedersen, L., Klassen, L., Meldgaard, M., Johansen, M., Uldum, O. C., Lotz, P., Lysdahl, P., Bangsgaard, P., Petersen, P. V., Maring, R., Iversen, R., Wåhlin, S., Anker Sørensen, S., Andersen, S. H., Jørgensen, T., Lynnerup, N., Lawson, D. J., Rasmussen, S., Korneliussen, T. S., Kjær, K. H., Durbin, R., Nielsen, R., Delaneau, O., Werge, T., Kristiansen, K. & Willerslev, E., 2024 Jan 11, In: Nature. 625, 7994, p. 329-337 9 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

    Open Access