Daniele Peano is a Junior Research Associate fellow in the “Climate Simulation and Prediction” division. In 2016, he obtained the PhD title at Ca’ Foscari University (Venice) in the program “Science and Management of Climate Change” with a research project on “Simulation of Greenland mass balance until 2100”.
Nowadays, Daniele Peano is working on the development and implementation of the land surface model CLM 4.5 aiming at producing climate sensitivity experiments.
- Spring Land Temperature in Tibetan Plateau and Global-Scale Summer Precipitation – Initialization and Improved Prediction
- On the role of Eurasian autumn snow cover in dynamical seasonal predictions
- CMIP6 simulations with the CMCC Earth System Model (CMCC-ESM2)
- Extreme Events Representation in CMCC-CM2 Standard and High Resolution General Circulation Models.
- Evaluation of soil carbon dynamics after forest cover change in CMIP6 land models using chronosequences
- Impact of Initialized Land Surface Temperature and Snowpack on Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction Project, Phase I (LS4P-I): organization and experimental design
- Summer temperature response to extreme soil water conditions in the Mediterranean transitional climate regime
- Plant phenology evaluation of CRESCENDO land surface models – Part 1: Start and end of the growing season
- Soil carbon sequestration simulated in CMIP6-LUMIP models: implications for climatic mitigation
- European daily precipitation according to EURO-CORDEX regional climate models (RCMs) and high-resolution global climate models (GCMs) from the High-Resolution Model Intercomparison Project (HighResMIP)