Sokolov, Andrei

Andrei Sokolov
Research Scientist, CGCS

Phone: 

(617) 253-6691

Office: 

E19-429G

Focus Areas

Earth Systems

Bio

Research Interests:
Dr. Sokolov's research interests include atmospheric general circulation modeling, and climate sensitivity and feedback studies. He has extensive experience in the development and modification of the underlying computer codes in general circulation models. He is presently working to generalize a two-dimensional climate model used in an integrated assessment of climate change. His modifications are making the model more suitable for assessing uncertainty and impacts of climate change on ecosystems.

Education + Credentials
M.S., Hydromechanics, Leningrad State University, 1976
Ph.D., Atmospheric Science, Voeikov Main Geophysical Observatory, Leningrad, USSR, 1986

Recent Publications

Book/Chapter
Paltsev, S. and A. Sokolov (2021). World Scientific Encyclopedia of Climate Change, Ch. 25, pp. 235-241 (doi: 10.1142/9789811213953_0025)
Book/Chapter
Paltsev, S., A. Sokolov, X. Gao and M. Haigh (2021). World Scientific Encyclopedia of Climate Change, Ch. 38, pp. 333-339 (doi: 10.1142/9789811213946_0039)
Joint Program Report
Paltsev, S., A. Sokolov, M. Haigh, D. Hone and J. Morris (2021). Joint Program Report Series Report 348, February, 20 p. [PDF]
Joint Program Report
Morris,J., J. Reilly, S. Paltsev and A. Sokolov (2021). Joint Program Report Series Report 347, February, 23 p. [PDF]
Joint Program Report
Morris, J., A. Sokolov, A. Libardoni, C. Forest, S. Paltsev, J. Reilly, C.A. Schlosser, R. Prinn, H. Jacoby (2021). Joint Program Report Series Report 349, [PDF]

News + Media

News Release
Joint Program News | 
May 24, 2021
News Release
Joint Program News | 
Oct 16, 2020
News Release
Penn State News | 
Nov 14, 2019
News Release
Joint Program News | 
Oct 23, 2019
News Brief
University of California, Davis Department of Land, Air and Water Resources | 
Jul 17, 2019
News Release
Joint Program News | 
Nov 06, 2018
News Release
MIT News | 
Oct 05, 2018
News Brief
Joint Program News | 
Jul 25, 2018