5 Works

North Sea Interactive

Heriot-Watt University
The North Sea Interactive (NSI) project was an 8-month NERC funded project led by Heriot-Watt University, in collaboration with the BGS and NOC. The aim of the project was to develop a new decision-support tool that would translate existing marine environmental data into an interactive mapping product for the offshore oil and gas industry.

Flow-line model results for 2 trajectories on Larsen C Ice Shelf

Suzanne Bevan & Adrian Luckman
The datasets are output from a flow-line model designed to estimate the age and surface origin for various ice bodies identified within hot-water drilled boreholes on Larsen C Ice Shelf (Hubbard et al., 2016, Ashmore et al., 2017). Two trajectories, based on remotely sensed velocities, allow surface fluxes from a regional climate model to be accumulated and advected down flow from selected points on the shelf. Vertical strain rates are taken into account, and surface...

Flow-line model code for accumulation of ice along velocity-based trajectories

Suzanne Bevan & Adrian Luckman
The flow-line model was designed to enable estimation of the age and surface origin for various ice bodies identified within hot-water drilled boreholes on Larsen C Ice Shelf. Surface fluxes are accumulated, converted to thicknesses, and advected down flow from a fixed number of selected points. The model requires input datasets of surface mass balance, surface velocity, vertical strain rates, ice-shelf thickness, and a vertical density profile. This model is part of a larger project....

Coupled Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere simulations for March equinox, June solstice and December solstice for solar maximum and minimum conditions: electric field, ion drift, and neutral wind results.

Ingrid Cnossen
This dataset comprises the output from a series of eight simulations with the Coupled Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere (CMIT) model as used in the study by Cnossen and Förster (2015, in review), summarized in the table below. The first six simulations were run with observed solar radiative forcing, specified by F10.7 values, and observed solar wind conditions. In the last two simulations (dsol-lh and jsol-lh), the solar radiative forcing was artificially reduced by setting the F10.7 values to...

National Bedrock Fence Diagram of Great Britain - GB3D_v2014

British Geological Survey
In 2011 the British Geological Survey (BGS) decided to begin the assembly of a National Geological Model (NGM) from its existing and on-going geological framework models , comprising integrated national crustal, bedrock and Quaternary models. The bedrock component is the most advanced of these themes and comprises both the calculated models and a complementary network of cross-sections that provide a fence diagram for the bedrock geology of Great Britain. This fence diagram, the GB3D_v2014 dataset...

Registration Year

  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017

Resource Types

  • Model

Data Centers

  • Natural Environment Research Council