33 Works

The Hamburg Large Scale Geostrophic Ocean General Circulation Model

Ernst Maier-Reimer & Uwe Mikolajewicz
The Hamburg Large Scale Geostrophic Ocean General Circulation Model Cycle 1

The Global Atmospheric Tracer Model TM2

Martin Heimann
The Global Atmospheric Tracer Model TM2

The Hamburg Atmosphere-Ocean Coupled Circulation Model ECHO-G

Stephanie Legutke & Reinhard Voss
The Hamburg Atmosphere-Ocean Coupled Circulation Model ECHO-G

The Hamburg Oceanic Carbon Cycle Circulation Model Version \"HAMOCC2s\" for long time integrations

Christoph Heinze & Ernst Maier-Reimer
The Hamburg Oceanic Carbon Cycle Circulation Model

PERSISTENT IDENTIFIERS FOR EARTH SCIENCE DATA MANAGEMENT

Tobias Weigel
This document is a dissertation conducted at the University of Hamburg with applications in the Earth Sciences in the context of CMIP6 and the Earth System Grid Federation. Abstract: The advent of widespread developments colloquially subsumed under the notion of data-intensive science poses challenges for data management and end-user applications. The observed increase in volume, variety and number of data objects requires large data infrastructures used for research data management today to further automate their...

DKRZ Jahrbuch 2012-2013

Michael Böttinger, Jana Meyer, Jörg Behrens, Joachim Biercamp, Carsten Ehbrecht, Kerstin Fieg, Ulf Garternicht, Ksenia Gorges, Ilse Hamann, Heinke Hoeck, Thomas Jahns, Stephan Kindermann, Michael Lautenschlager, Stephanie Legutke, Torsten Rathmann, Martina Stockhause, Hannes Thiemann, Frank Toussaint, Gerald Vogt & Tobias Weigel
Project: Literature - Literature e.g. grey literature Summary: The issue 'Jahrbuch 2012-2013' focuses on the CMIP5-project for the 5th Assessment Report of IPCC and on the 25th jubilee of DKRZ (only available in German, published in June 2014). The pdf documents may be freely downloaded and used. Re-use of single parts (i.e. pictures) is only permitted for non-commercial purposes - except for those pictures that are copyrighted by commercial stock photo agencies. Details can be...

The Hamburg Sea-Ice Model

Achim Stössel & W.Brechner Owens
The general purpose of the model is to simulate sea ice dynamically as well as thermodynamically. Pure sea-ice models are generally highly dependent on the specified atmospheric and oceanic forcing, especially on the winds and the vertical oceanic heat flux. In order to reduce these dependencies, the sea-ice [SI] model was extended to optionally include a prognostic oceanic mixed layer [OML], a diagnostic atmospheric surface layer [ASL] and/or a diagnostic atmospheric boundary layer [ABL], thus...

The Hamburg Ocean Primitive Equation Model HOPE

Jörg-Olaf Wolff, Ernst Maier-Reimer & Stephanie Legutke
The Hamburg Ocean Primitive Equation Model HOPE

The CERA-2 Data Model

Michael Lautenschlager, Frank Toussaint, Hannes Thiemann & Manfred Reinke
The CERA-2 Data Model

Documentation for the Hydrological Discharge Model

Stefan Hagemann & Lydia Dümenil
Documentation for the Hydrological Discharge Model

Quality Maturity Matrix Checklist for Levels 4 and 5 with Protocols

Heinke Höck & Frank Toussaint
DKRZ Data Management Report: Quality Maturity Matrix Checklist for Levels 4 and 5 with Protocols Contents: 1. Why use Maturity Matrix for Data and Metadata Quality Assessment at DKRZ-LTA 2. QMM level at DKRZ-LTA 3. QMM 4 with Checklist Version 15/05/2019 4. Protocol Template Level 4 5. QMM Level 5 with Checklist Version 15/05/2019 6. Protocol Template Level 5 7. Links

Bericht über initialen Kernstandard und Kurationskriterien des AtMoDat Projektes (v2.4)

Anette Ganske, Angelina Kraft, Daniel Neumann, Andrea Lammert, Heinke Hoeck, Hannes Thiemann, Vivien Voss, David Grawe, Bernd Leitl, K. Heinke Schlünzen & Johannes Quaas
Project: Literature - Literature e.g. grey literature Summary: High-quality results of simulations with atmospheric models are to be published in such a way that they can be used by other scientists for further research. In order to achieve this, the data must be findable, stored in reusable form and described with sufficient metadata. Instructions to fulfil these conditions are the rules of the FAIR principles: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reuseable [Wilkinson et al., 2016]. It is...

The WAM Model cycle 4

Heinz Günther, Susanne Hasselmann & P.A.E.M. Janssen
Wamodel Cycle 4 (revised version)

The OPYC Ocean General Circulation Model

Josef Maximilian Oberhuber
The Description of a coupled snow, sea-ice, mixed layer and Isopycnal Ocean Model

Description of the Parallel Isopycnal Primitive Equation OGCM PIPE with models for Sea Ice and Snow, Mixed Layer and Tides coupled to an wet atmospheric energy balance model with river runoff, soil and glaciers

Josef Maximilian Oberhuber
Description of the Parallel Isopycnal Primitive Equation OGCM PIPE with models for Sea Ice and Snow, Mixed Layer and Tides coupled to an wet atmospheric energy balance model with river runoff, soil and glaciers

Climatology of the HOPE-G Global Ocean - Sea Ice General Circulation Model

Stephanie Legutke & Ernst Maier-Reimer
Climatology of the HOPE-G Global Ocean - Sea Ice General Circulation Model

The Adjoint of TM2

Michael Voßbeck, Thomas Kaminski, Ralf Giering & Martin Heimann
This document describes the software package of the adjoint to the global threedimensional atmospheric transport model TM2, which has been generated automatically.

ReKliEs-De Ergebnisbericht

Heike Hübener, Katharina Bülow, Cornelia Fooken, Barbara Früh, Peter Hoffmann, Simona Höpp, Klaus Keuler, Christoph Menz, Viktoria Mohr, Kai Radtke, Hans Ramthun, Arne Spekat, Christian Steger, Frank Toussaint, Kirsten Warrach-Sagi & Michael Woldt
This 60 page booklet comprises the results of the German climate research project "ReKliEs-De - Regionale Klimaprojektionen Ensemble für Deutschland". Publisher of the paper version is "Hessisches Landesamt für Naturschutz, Umwelt und Geologie". The paper is in German language.

ReKliEs-De Nutzerhandbuch

Heike Hübener, Arne Spekat, Katharina Bülow, Barbara Früh, Klaus Keuler, Christoph Menz, Kai Radtke, Hans Ramthun, Torsten Rathmann, Christian Steger, Frank Toussaint & Kirsten Warrach-Sagi
This 100 page booklet is an how-to for users of the results from the German climate research project "ReKliEs-De - Regionale Klimaprojektionen Ensemble für Deutschland". The publisher of the printed version is "Hessisches Landesamt für Natur, Umwelt und Geologie". The paper is in German language.

DKRZ Jahrbuch 2016-2017

Michael Böttinger, Jana Meyer, Panagiotis Adamidis, Yevhen Alforov, Joachim Biercamp, Hendryk Bockelmann, Merret Buurman, Carsten Ehbrecht, Irina Fast, Kerstin Fieg, Ulf Garternicht, Ksenia Gorges, Ilse Hamann, Reza Heidari, Dieter Kasang, Stephan Kindermann, Michael Kuhn, Stephanie Legutke, Ludwig Lierhammer, Thomas Ludwig, Hans Luthardt, Philipp Neumann, Hans Ramthun, Martin Schupfner, Hannes Thiemann … & Fabian Wachsmann
Project: Literature - Literature e.g. grey literature Summary: The issue 'Jahrbuch 2016-2017' focuses on the final phase of DKRZ's supercomputer 'Mistral' for the simulations of clouds and precipitation using weather and climate models (only available in German, published in July 2018). The pdf documents may be freely downloaded and used. Re-use of single parts (i.e. pictures) is only permitted for non-commercial purposes - except for those pictures that are copyrighted by commercial stock photo agencies....

Webinar on the Data Maturity Indicator Concept (v4.5)

Daniel Heydebreck, Anette Ganske, Angelina Kraft & Amandine Kaiser
Project: Presentation - Contains presentations of different types published at the WDCC. Summary: Data maturity is an important topic in data management, which is reflected by a growing number of tools and theories trying to measure it. Data maturity describes the degree of the formalization/standardization of a data object with respect to FAIRness and quality of the (meta-)data. Currently, the DataCite Metadata Schema does not provide an explicit property to link/store information on data maturity...

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...

The Hamburg Ocean Carbon Cycle Circulation Model

Ernst Maier-Reimer & C. Heinze
The Hamburg Oceanic Carbon Cycle Circulation Model (Cycle 1)

The PINGO package

Jürgen Waszkewitz, Peter Lenzen & Nathan Gillet
The PINGO package Version 1.1

Climatology and Internal Variability in a 1000-Year Control Simulation with the Coupled Climate Model ECHO-G

Seung-Ki Min, Stephanie Legutke, Andreas Hense & Won-Tae Kwon
The climatology and internal variability in a 1000-year control simulation of the coupled atmosphere-ocean global climate model ECHO-G are analyzed and compared with observations and other coupled climate model simulations.

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