Machine Learning for Clouds and Climate

Machine learning (ML) algorithms are powerful tools to build models of clouds and climate that are more faithful to the rapidly-increasing volumes of Earth system data than commonly-used semiempirical models. Here, we review ML tools, including interpretable and physics-guided ML, and outline how they can be applied to cloud-related processes in the climate system, including radiation, microphysics, convection, and cloud detection, classification, emulation, and uncertainty quantification. We additionally provide a short guide to get started with ML and survey the frontiers of ML for clouds and climate.

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