13 Works

CORDEX simulations (evaluation, historical, rcp85, rcp45 and rcp26) on a ca. 50 km grid over Europe based on ALARO-0 forced by CNRM-CM5

Steven Caluwaerts, Julie Berckmans, Lesley De Cruz, Pieter De Meutter, Rozemien De Troch, Alex Deckmyn, Daan Degrauwe, Luc Gerard, Geert Smet, Joris Van den Bergh, Michiel Van Ginderachter, Bert Van Schaeybroeck, Piet Termonia & Olivier Giot
Project: CORDEX dynamical downscaling data sets based on CMIP5 forcing - CORDEX (http://wcrp-cordex.ipsl.jussieu.fr) is a WCRP initiative to coordinate the downscaling of CMIP5 simulation results produced in support of the IPCC/AR5. About 30 institutes worldwide contributed to the CORDEX data base with more than 20 RCMs in various configurations and versions. CORDEX defined 13 domains (http://wcrp-cordex.ipsl.jussieu.fr/images/pdf/cordex_regions.pdf) with acronyms AFR(Africa), EUR(Europe), ARC(Arctic), ANT(Antarctica), MED(Mediterranean), SAM(South America), CAM(Central America), NAM(North America), WAS(South Asia), EAS(East Asia), CAS(Central Asia),...

CORDEX simulation (evaluation) on 12.5 km grid over Europe based on RegCM4-2 (v1: MIT convection scheme) forced by ERA-Interim (EUR-11)

Ivan Güttler
Project: CORDEX dynamical downscaling data sets based on CMIP5 forcing - CORDEX (http://wcrp-cordex.ipsl.jussieu.fr) is a WCRP initiative to coordinate the downscaling of CMIP5 simulation results produced in support of the IPCC/AR5. About 30 institutes worldwide contributed to the CORDEX data base with more than 20 RCMs in various configurations and versions. CORDEX defined 13 domains (http://wcrp-cordex.ipsl.jussieu.fr/images/pdf/cordex_regions.pdf) with acronyms AFR(Africa), EUR(Europe), ARC(Arctic), ANT(Antarctica), MED(Mediterranean), SAM(South America), CAM(Central America), NAM(North America), WAS(South Asia), EAS(East Asia), CAS(Central Asia),...

Maximum Likelihood Estimates of Temperatures using Data from the Hadley Centre and the Climate Research Unit (Version 1.0)

Bruce T. T. Calvert
Project: Maximum Likelihood Estimates of Temperatures using Data from the Hadley Centre and the Climate Research Unit - The primary goal of HadCRU_MLE is to combine instrumental observations with physically realistic statistical models to produce maximum likelihood estimates of surface temperature anomalies and other physical quantities of the Earth. Additional goals of HadCRU_MLE include correcting for biases in estimates, producing the most efficient estimates given the available data, and better quantifying uncertainties. The maximum likelihood...

Reconstruction of the 1906 Storm Tide in the German Bright using TRIM-NP, FES2004, and ECMWF ERA-20C and CERA-20C reanalyses data

Elke Meyer
Project: Storm Tide 1906 German Bight - Reconstruction of the storm tide 13 March 1906 in the German Bight by reanalysis datasets and weather maps by the Deutsche Wetterdienst. Summary: The hydrodynamic model TRIM-NP in a barotropic mode is used to simulate the strong storm tide in March 1906 forced by ECMWF ERA-20C and CERA-20C ensemble of coupled climate reanalyses (https://www.ecmwf.int). The model area covers the region of 20W to 30E and 42N to 65N...

CORDEX simulations (evaluation, historical, rcp85, rcp45 and rcp26) on a ca. 12.5 km grid over Europe based on ALARO-0 forced by CNRM-CM5

Steven Caluwaerts, Julie Berckmans, Lesley De Cruz, Pieter De Meutter, Rozemien De Troch, Alex Deckmyn, Daan Degrauwe, Luc Gerard, Geert Smet, Joris Van den Bergh, Michiel Van Ginderachter, Bert Van Schaeybroeck, Piet Termonia & Olivier Giot
Project: CORDEX dynamical downscaling data sets based on CMIP5 forcing - CORDEX (http://wcrp-cordex.ipsl.jussieu.fr) is a WCRP initiative to coordinate the downscaling of CMIP5 simulation results produced in support of the IPCC/AR5. About 30 institutes worldwide contributed to the CORDEX data base with more than 20 RCMs in various configurations and versions. CORDEX defined 13 domains (http://wcrp-cordex.ipsl.jussieu.fr/images/pdf/cordex_regions.pdf) with acronyms AFR(Africa), EUR(Europe), ARC(Arctic), ANT(Antarctica), MED(Mediterranean), SAM(South America), CAM(Central America), NAM(North America), WAS(South Asia), EAS(East Asia), CAS(Central Asia),...

ATMODAT Standard (v3.0)

Anette Ganske, Angelina Kraft, Amandine Kaiser, Daniel Heydebreck, Andrea Lammert, Heinke Hoeck, Hannes Thiemann, Vivien Voss, David Grawe, Bernd Leitl, K. Heinke Schlünzen, Jan Kretzschmar & Johannes Quaas
Project: Literature - Literature e.g. grey literature Summary: Within the AtMoDat project (Atmospheric Model Data), a standard has been developed which is meant for improving the FAIRness of atmospheric model data published in repositories. The ATMODAT standard includes concrete recommendations related to the maturity, publication and enhanced FAIRness of atmospheric model data. The suggestions include requirements for rich metadata with controlled vocabularies, structured landing pages, file formats (netCDF) and the structure within files. Human- and...

coastDat3 COSMO-CLM MERRA2

Ronny Petrik & Beate Geyer
Project: open feed-in time series based on a Renewable Energy Database - The dataset was produced in the framework of the project openFRED. The data are dedicated to force energy system models, i.e. relevant parameters for wind energy (gust estimates), for solar energy (direct normal irradiation) and hydropower (runoff). The project was founded by Bundesministeriums für Wirtschaft und Energie, FKZ: 0324006B. Summary: This is an atmospheric hindcast for Western Europe and the North Atlantic using...

Reconstruction of the 1906 Storm Tide in the German Bright using TRIM-NP, FES2004, and DWD weather data

Elke Meyer, Robert Scholz & Birger Tinz
Project: Storm Tide 1906 German Bight - Reconstruction of the storm tide 13 March 1906 in the German Bight by reanalysis datasets and weather maps by the Deutsche Wetterdienst. Summary: The hydrodynamic model TRIM-NP in a barotropic mode is used to simulate the strong storm tide in March 1906 forced by reconstructed weather data by the Deutsche Wetterdienst (DWD) and Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht. From georeferenced historical station data, pressure maps are drawn, digitised, and wind speed...

Reconstruction of the 1906 Storm Tide in the German Bright using TRIM-NP, FES2004, and NOAA-CIRES-DOE Twentieth Century Reanalysis (20CR) version 2c and 3

Elke Meyer
Project: Storm Tide 1906 German Bight - Reconstruction of the storm tide 13 March 1906 in the German Bight by reanalysis datasets and weather maps by the Deutsche Wetterdienst. Summary: The hydrodynamic model TRIM-NP in a barotropic mode is used to simulate the strong storm tide in March 1906 forced by NOAA-CIRES-DOE Twentieth Century Reanalysis (20CR) version 2c and 3. datasets (https://portal.nersc.gov/project/20C_Reanalysis/). The model area covers the region of 20W to 30E and 42N to...

ICON NARVAL simulation over the tropical Atlantic for the AFR subdomain, the simulation day is 2016-08-01, extracted from NARVAL2 simulations

Nicolas Rochetin
Project: Next-generation Aircraft Remote Sensing for Validation - The flight campaign has been performed in the Tropical Atlantic Ocean in August 2016 and the related simulations are performed with ICON model in CRM mode (2.375 km resolution), more details are provided in Klocke, D., Brueck, M., Hohenegger, C., & Stevens, B. (2017). Rediscovery of the doldrums in storm-resolving simulations over the tropical Atlantic. Nature Geoscience, 10 (12), 891 Summary: ICON 2.5 km simulations over the...

Gutjahr_etal_2020_GMD_source_code

ICON NARVAL simulation over the tropical Atlantic for the ATL, BAR and AMA subdomains, the simulation day is 2013-12-01, extracted from NARVAL1 simulations

Nicolas Rochetin
Project: Next-generation Aircraft Remote Sensing for Validation - The flight campaign has been performed in the Tropical Atlantic Ocean in August 2016 and the related simulations are performed with ICON model in CRM mode (2.375 km resolution), more details are provided in Klocke, D., Brueck, M., Hohenegger, C., & Stevens, B. (2017). Rediscovery of the doldrums in storm-resolving simulations over the tropical Atlantic. Nature Geoscience, 10 (12), 891 Summary: ICON 2.5 km simulations over the...

CORDEX simulation (evaluation) on 12.5 km grid over Europe based on RegCM4-2 (v1: MIT convection scheme) forced by ERA-Interim (EUR-11i)

Ivan Güttler
Project: CORDEX dynamical downscaling data sets on regular geographic latitude-longitude grids - CORDEX (http://wcrp-cordex.ipsl.jussieu.fr) is a WCRP initiative to coordinate the downscaling of CMIP5 simulation results produced in support of the IPCC/AR5. About 30 institutes worldwide contributed to the CORDEX data base with more than 20 RCMs in various configurations and versions. CORDEX defined 13 domains (http://wcrp-cordex.ipsl.jussieu.fr/images/pdf/cordex_regions.pdf) with acronyms AFR(Africa), EUR(Europe), ARC(Arctic), ANT(Antarctica), MED(Mediterranean), SAM(South America), CAM(Central America), NAM(North America), WAS(South Asia), EAS(East Asia), CAS(Central...

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