23 Works

Climate Simulation with CLM, Climate of the 20th Century run no.3, Data Stream 3: European region MPI-M/MaD

Michael Lautenschlager, Klaus Keuler, Claudia Wunram, Elke Keup-Thiel, Martina Schubert-Frisius, Andreas Will, Burkhardt Rockel & Uwe Boehm
Project: CLM regional climate model runs forced by the global IPCC scenario runs - These regional climate simulations have been funded by the BMBF and computed at DKRZ by the group "Model and Data" of MPI-M, Hamburg, in close cooperation with BTU Cottbus, HZG Geesthacht and PIK Potsdam. Serving as community model, the climate version of the local model (CLM) of the DWD was used to simulate the regional climate of the 20th century (1960-2000)...

Glacier Mass Balance of Hallstaetter Glacier, Dachstein, Austria, from 2006/07-2009/10

Andrea Fischer, Martin Stocker-Waldhuber, Kay Helfricht & Klaus Reingruber
Project: Glacier monitoring data of Austria - Glaciers are the most visible indicators of global change. Mass balance data allow the calculation of the past and current contributions of land ice to the sea level change. Additionally, glaciological data are used to reconstruct former climate states and complement other climate proxies for the holocene. Since the instrumental climate data are biased towards low altitudes, glacier data offer an archive of high mountain climate that is...

cops_nsod_imk: wind data from sodar and RASS-sodar run by FZK/IMK-TRO during COPS 2007

Martin Kohler, Norbert Kalthoff & Heinz Zimmermann
Project: Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study - Weather forecast models have not been successful in improving the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast during the last 16 years. One reason for this stagnation is the lack of comprehensive, high-quality data sets usable for model validation as well as for data assimilation, thus leading to improved initial fields in numerical models. Theoretical analyses have identified the requirements measured data have to meet in order to close the gaps in...

ACSYS 1998 - Air mass modification in on-ice air flows north of Fram Strait: meteorological measurements of the research aircraft Falcon

Burghard Brümmer, Stefan Thiemann & Christian Wetzel
Project: Field Data of the Meteorological Institute, University of Hamburg - The Physical Meteorology Division of the Meteorological Institute is regularly conducting or taking part in field experiments with strong focus on high latitudes. Measurements are performed by aircraft, radiosondes or buoys and at land, ship and ice stations. Published data sets incorporate aircraft measurements of turbulent fluxes and standard meteorological parameters of high temporal and spatial resolution. These measurements are supported by frequent radiosonde...

Glacier Mass Balance of Jamtalferner, Silvretta, Austrian Alps from 1988/89-2009/10

Andrea Fischer, Gerhard Markl & Michael Kuhn
Project: Glacier monitoring data of Austria - Glaciers are the most visible indicators of global change. Mass balance data allow the calculation of the past and current contributions of land ice to the sea level change. Additionally, glaciological data are used to reconstruct former climate states and complement other climate proxies for the holocene. Since the instrumental climate data are biased towards low altitudes, glacier data offer an archive of high mountain climate that is...

Glacier Mass Balance of Hintereisferner, Oetztal Alps, Austria, from 1952/53-2009/10

Andrea Fischer, Gerhard Markl & Michael Kuhn
Project: Glacier monitoring data of Austria - Glaciers are the most visible indicators of global change. Mass balance data allow the calculation of the past and current contributions of land ice to the sea level change. Additionally, glaciological data are used to reconstruct former climate states and complement other climate proxies for the holocene. Since the instrumental climate data are biased towards low altitudes, glacier data offer an archive of high mountain climate that is...

Glacier Mass Balance of Kesselwandferner, Oetztal Alps, Austria, from 1952/53-2009/10

Andrea Fischer, Gerhard Markl, Michael Kuhn, Heralt Schneider & Jakob Abermann
Project: Glacier monitoring data of Austria - Glaciers are the most visible indicators of global change. Mass balance data allow the calculation of the past and current contributions of land ice to the sea level change. Additionally, glaciological data are used to reconstruct former climate states and complement other climate proxies for the holocene. Since the instrumental climate data are biased towards low altitudes, glacier data offer an archive of high mountain climate that is...

Glacier Mass Balance of Mullwitzkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria, from 2006/07-2009/10

Andrea Fischer & Martin Stocker-Waldhuber
Project: Glacier monitoring data of Austria - Glaciers are the most visible indicators of global change. Mass balance data allow the calculation of the past and current contributions of land ice to the sea level change. Additionally, glaciological data are used to reconstruct former climate states and complement other climate proxies for the holocene. Since the instrumental climate data are biased towards low altitudes, glacier data offer an archive of high mountain climate that is...

cmip5 output1 NCC NorESM1-M piControl, served by ESGF

Mats Bentsen, Ingo Bethke, Jens Debernard, Helge Drange, Christoph Heinze, Trond Iversen, Alf Kirkevåg, Øyvind Seland & Jerry Tjiputra
Project: IPCC Assessment Report 5 and Coupled Model Intercomparison Project data sets - These data belong to two projects: 1) to the Assessment Report No 5 of the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC-AR5) and 2) to the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project No 5 (CMIP5). CMIP5 is executed by the Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI) on behalf of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP). Most of the data is replicated between the...

cops_suph_wvdial: Profiles of absolute humidity and backscatter signals at 820 nm measured with the Water Vapor Differential Absorption Lidar of University of Hohenheim (UHOH DIAL) during COPS 2007

Andreas Behrendt, Sandip Pal, Heinz Bauer & Volker Wulfmeyer
Project: Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study - Weather forecast models have not been successful in improving the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast during the last 16 years. One reason for this stagnation is the lack of comprehensive, high-quality data sets usable for model validation as well as for data assimilation, thus leading to improved initial fields in numerical models. Theoretical analyses have identified the requirements measured data have to meet in order to close the gaps in...

DAMOCLES 2007-2008 - Hamburg Arctic Ocean Buoy Drift Experiment: meteorological measurements of 16 autonomous drifting ice buoys

Burghard Brümmer, Gerd Müller, Michael Haller, Arne Kriegsmann, Michael Offermann & Christian Wetzel
Project: Field Data of the Meteorological Institute, University of Hamburg - The Physical Meteorology Division of the Meteorological Institute is regularly conducting or taking part in field experiments with strong focus on high latitudes. Measurements are performed by aircraft, radiosondes or buoys and at land, ship and ice stations. Published data sets incorporate aircraft measurements of turbulent fluxes and standard meteorological parameters of high temporal and spatial resolution. These measurements are supported by frequent radiosonde...

DAMOCLES 2008-2011 - Hamburg Arctic Ocean Buoy Drift Experiment: meteorological measurements of 9 autonomous drifting ice buoys

Burghard Brümmer, Gerd Müller, Michael Haller, Arne Kriegsmann, Michael Offermann & Christian Wetzel
Project: Field Data of the Meteorological Institute, University of Hamburg - The Physical Meteorology Division of the Meteorological Institute is regularly conducting or taking part in field experiments with strong focus on high latitudes. Measurements are performed by aircraft, radiosondes or buoys and at land, ship and ice stations. Published data sets incorporate aircraft measurements of turbulent fluxes and standard meteorological parameters of high temporal and spatial resolution. These measurements are supported by frequent radiosonde...

FRAMZY 2007 - Third Field Experiment on Fram Strait Cyclones and their Impact on Sea Ice: meteorological measurements of the research aircraft Falcon, 16 autonomous ice buoys and 13 autonomous water buoys

Burghard Brümmer, Gerd Müller, Andrea Lammert, Annika Jahnke-Bornemann & Christian Wetzel
Project: Field Data of the Meteorological Institute, University of Hamburg - The Physical Meteorology Division of the Meteorological Institute is regularly conducting or taking part in field experiments with strong focus on high latitudes. Measurements are performed by aircraft, radiosondes or buoys and at land, ship and ice stations. Published data sets incorporate aircraft measurements of turbulent fluxes and standard meteorological parameters of high temporal and spatial resolution. These measurements are supported by frequent radiosonde...

FRAMZY 2008 - Fourth Field Experiment on Fram Strait Cyclones and their Impact on Sea Ice: meteorological measurements of 7 autonomous ice buoys

Burghard Brümmer, Gerd Müller & Christian Wetzel
Project: Field Data of the Meteorological Institute, University of Hamburg - The Physical Meteorology Division of the Meteorological Institute is regularly conducting or taking part in field experiments with strong focus on high latitudes. Measurements are performed by aircraft, radiosondes or buoys and at land, ship and ice stations. Published data sets incorporate aircraft measurements of turbulent fluxes and standard meteorological parameters of high temporal and spatial resolution. These measurements are supported by frequent radiosonde...

FRAMZY 2009 - Fifth Field Experiment on Fram Strait Cyclones and their Impact on Sea Ice: meteorological measurements of 6 autonomous ice buoys

Burghard Brümmer, Gerd Müller & Christian Wetzel
Project: Field Data of the Meteorological Institute, University of Hamburg - The Physical Meteorology Division of the Meteorological Institute is regularly conducting or taking part in field experiments with strong focus on high latitudes. Measurements are performed by aircraft, radiosondes or buoys and at land, ship and ice stations. Published data sets incorporate aircraft measurements of turbulent fluxes and standard meteorological parameters of high temporal and spatial resolution. These measurements are supported by frequent radiosonde...

cops_rsdu_ulrs: meteorological profile data from radiosounding stations run by University of Leeds during COPS 2007

Sarah-Jane Lock & Stephen Mobbs
Project: Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study - Weather forecast models have not been successful in improving the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast during the last 16 years. One reason for this stagnation is the lack of comprehensive, high-quality data sets usable for model validation as well as for data assimilation, thus leading to improved initial fields in numerical models. Theoretical analyses have identified the requirements measured data have to meet in order to close the gaps in...

cops_suph_rlidar: Profiles of temperature and particle backscatter coefficient at 355 nm measured with the Rotational Raman Lidar of University of Hohenheim (UHOH RRL) during COPS 2007

Andreas Behrendt, Marcus Radlach, Sandip Pal & Volker Wulfmeyer
Project: Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study - Weather forecast models have not been successful in improving the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast during the last 16 years. One reason for this stagnation is the lack of comprehensive, high-quality data sets usable for model validation as well as for data assimilation, thus leading to improved initial fields in numerical models. Theoretical analyses have identified the requirements measured data have to meet in order to close the gaps in...

cops_rsdu_imkfixrs: meteorological profile data from fixed radiosounding stations run by FZK/IMK-TRO during COPS 2007

Martin Kohler & Norbert Kalthoff
Project: Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study - Weather forecast models have not been successful in improving the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast during the last 16 years. One reason for this stagnation is the lack of comprehensive, high-quality data sets usable for model validation as well as for data assimilation, thus leading to improved initial fields in numerical models. Theoretical analyses have identified the requirements measured data have to meet in order to close the gaps in...

cops_nebt_imk_met: meteorological data from COPS energy balance and turbulence network run by FZK/IMK-TRO during COPS 2007

Norbert Kalthoff, Rafael Eigenmann & Thomas Foken
Project: Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study - Weather forecast models have not been successful in improving the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast during the last 16 years. One reason for this stagnation is the lack of comprehensive, high-quality data sets usable for model validation as well as for data assimilation, thus leading to improved initial fields in numerical models. Theoretical analyses have identified the requirements measured data have to meet in order to close the gaps in...

cops_nebt_imk_flux: Eddy-covariance turbulence data from COPS energy balance and turbulence network stations run by FZK/IMK-TRO during COPS 2007

Norbert Kalthoff, Rafael Eigenmann & Thomas Foken
Project: Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study - Weather forecast models have not been successful in improving the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast during the last 16 years. One reason for this stagnation is the lack of comprehensive, high-quality data sets usable for model validation as well as for data assimilation, thus leading to improved initial fields in numerical models. Theoretical analyses have identified the requirements measured data have to meet in order to close the gaps in...

cops_rsdu_imkmt: meteorological station data measured at mobile meteorological towers run by FZK/IMK-TRO during COPS 2007

Ulrich Corsmeier
Project: Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study - Weather forecast models have not been successful in improving the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast during the last 16 years. One reason for this stagnation is the lack of comprehensive, high-quality data sets usable for model validation as well as for data assimilation, thus leading to improved initial fields in numerical models. Theoretical analyses have identified the requirements measured data have to meet in order to close the gaps in...

cops_rsdu_imkrs: meteorological sounding data of dropsondes (mobile radiosondes) launched by mobile radiosonde-teams run by FZK/IMK-TRO during COPS 2007

Ulrich Corsmeier
Project: Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study - Weather forecast models have not been successful in improving the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast during the last 16 years. One reason for this stagnation is the lack of comprehensive, high-quality data sets usable for model validation as well as for data assimilation, thus leading to improved initial fields in numerical models. Theoretical analyses have identified the requirements measured data have to meet in order to close the gaps in...

cops_rsdu_mfrs: meteorological profile data from radiosounding station run by Meteo-France/CNRM during COPS 2007

Francois Bouttier & Olivier Garrouste
Project: Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study - Weather forecast models have not been successful in improving the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast during the last 16 years. One reason for this stagnation is the lack of comprehensive, high-quality data sets usable for model validation as well as for data assimilation, thus leading to improved initial fields in numerical models. Theoretical analyses have identified the requirements measured data have to meet in order to close the gaps in...

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