The Hamburg Large Scale Geostrophic Ocean General Circulation Model Cycle 1
The Global Atmospheric Tracer Model TM2
The Hamburg Atmosphere-Ocean Coupled Circulation Model ECHO-G
The Hamburg Oceanic Carbon Cycle Circulation Model
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
The CERA-2 Data Model
Documentation for the Hydrological Discharge Model
Wamodel Cycle 4 (revised version)
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 glaciersJosef 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
The Hamburg Oceanic Carbon Cycle Circulation Model (Cycle 1)
The PINGO package Version 1.1
POPs = Principal Oscillation Patterns
The ECHAM model has been developed from the ECMWF model (cycle 31, November 1988). It contains several changes, mostly in the parameterization, in order to adjust the model for climate simulations. The reference resolution is T42, but the model is set up to use resolutions in the range T21 to T106. Long term integrations have so far only been done for T21, T42 and T63.
The CERA Metadata Model
The WASAR algorithm for retrieving ocean wave spectra from SAR image spectra
PUMA Portable University Model of the Atmosphere
Ensemble Simulations over Europe with the Regional Climate Model CLM forced with IPCC AR4 Global ScenariosHeinz-Dieter Hollweg, Uwe Böhm, Irina Fast, Barbara Hennemuth, Klaus Keuler, Elke Keup-Thiel, Michael Lautenschlager, Stephanie Legutke, Kai Radtke, Burkhardt Rockel, Martina Schubert, Andreas Will, Michael Woldt & Claudia Wunram
Regional climate projections have been performed for Europe with the climate version CLM (version 3.1) of the ’Lokal-Modell’ (LM) of the German Meteorological Service. CLM has been forced with output of the ECHAM5/MPIOM global climate model of the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, which contributed to the fourth climate assessment report (AR4) of the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The results of the global model for the IPCC A1B and B1 scenarios as well...