5 Works

ECHOG_A16_LIG: Control Run for the Last Interglacial (Eemian, 125 kyrBP, DEKLIM-EEM project),monthly mean values

Frank Kaspar & Ulrich Cubasch
Project: Climate change at the end of a warm stage DEKLIM-EEM is a joint project consisting out of 9 individual proposals. The project was financially supported by the German Ministry for Education and Research(BMBF) within the framework of the research programme DEKLIM (www.deklim.de). The purpose of the joint project is to reconstruct the climate of past interglacials and to contribute to the understanding of mechanism that are responsible for the transition to a cold stage....

ECHOG_A15_PRI: 2000 year control run of preindustrial climate (DEKLIM-EEM project), monthly mean values

Frank Kaspar & Ulrich Cubasch
Project: Climate change at the end of a warm stage DEKLIM-EEM is a joint project consisting out of 9 individual proposals. The project was financially supported by the German Ministry for Education and Research(BMBF) within the framework of the research programme DEKLIM (www.deklim.de). The purpose of the joint project is to reconstruct the climate of past interglacials and to contribute to the understanding of mechanism that are responsible for the transition to a cold stage....

ECHOG_A40_LGI: Control Run for the Last Glacial Inception (End of the Eemian, 115 kyrBP, DEKLIM-EEM project),monthly mean values

Frank Kaspar & Ulrich Cubasch
Project: Climate change at the end of a warm stage DEKLIM-EEM is a joint project consisting out of 9 individual proposals. The project was financially supported by the German Ministry for Education and Research(BMBF) within the framework of the research programme DEKLIM (www.deklim.de). The purpose of the joint project is to reconstruct the climate of past interglacials and to contribute to the understanding of mechanism that are responsible for the transition to a cold stage....

The Adjoint of TM2

Michael Vo├čbeck, 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.

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.

Registration Year

  • 2008
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Resource Types

  • Dataset
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  • Text
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Data Centers

  • World Data Center for Climate
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