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*Nat-Hist:<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">same as All-Hist but with the anthropogenic contribution to the boundary conditions removed</span>  
 
*Nat-Hist:<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">same as All-Hist but with the anthropogenic contribution to the boundary conditions removed</span>  
  
<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">This and more detailed information can be found on the [http://portal.nersc.gov/c20c/main.html | C20C+ portal]</span>
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ARCCSS also contributed to the project with some ACCESS1.3 runs, described in [https://researchdata.edu.au/atmospheric-access13-historical-sub-project/645160 Research Data Australia].
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<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">This and more detailed information can be found on the [http://portal.nersc.gov/c20c/main.html C20C+ portal]</span>
  
 
=== <span style="font-family:Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">'''License'''</span> ===
 
=== <span style="font-family:Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">'''License'''</span> ===
  
No registration is required. All output from this project published online is available according to the conditions of the [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/ | Creative Commons License]. The data is provided "as-is". The contributors have endeavoured to ensure quality control, however due to the large quantity of data it has not been possible to check everything in detail. If you spot anything odd in the data then please e-mail the people listed in the "contact" attribute of the NetCDF file. Errata are listed in the "details" files referenced in the [http://portal.nersc.gov/c20c/data.html | NERSC data portal]. If your analyses of this data themselves produce diagnostic data or output from "impacts" models that may be of interest to other researchers, please consider contributing them to the NERSC data portal. Protocols are described on the [http://portal.nersc.gov/c20c/experiment.html | Experiment] page.
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No registration is required. All output from this project published online is available according to the conditions of the [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/ Creative Commons License]. The data is provided "as-is". The contributors have endeavoured to ensure quality control, however due to the large quantity of data it has not been possible to check everything in detail. If you spot anything odd in the data then please e-mail the people listed in the "contact" attribute of the NetCDF file. Errata are listed in the "details" files referenced in the [http://portal.nersc.gov/c20c/data.html NERSC data portal]. If your analyses of this data themselves produce diagnostic data or output from "impacts" models that may be of interest to other researchers, please consider contributing them to the NERSC data portal. Protocols are described on the [http://portal.nersc.gov/c20c/experiment.html Experiment] page.
  
=== '''<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">C20C+ on raijin</span>''' ===
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=== '''<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">C20C+ at NCI</span>''' ===
  
<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">We rsync data directly from the NERSC server, so we have all the files available on disk, which includes all the smaller and frequently accessed files.</span>
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<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">We rsynced data directly from the NERSC server, so we have all the files available they had available on disk, as for the last update date in Decemebr 2018.</span>
  
 
*All "fixed" ("fx") variables  
 
*All "fixed" ("fx") variables  
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*The following "day/atmos" ("Aday") variables: clt, hurs, huss, pr, prsn, prw, ps, psl, rlds, rsds, rsus, tas, tasmax, tasmin, ts, uas, vas  
 
*The following "day/atmos" ("Aday") variables: clt, hurs, huss, pr, prsn, prw, ps, psl, rlds, rsds, rsus, tas, tasmax, tasmin, ts, uas, vas  
  
<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">We are also contributing to the project, these files are stored separately.</span> <span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">The replica is currently stored in '''/g/data1/ua8/C20C/'''</span>
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<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">The data&nbsp;is currently stored in '''/g/data/ua8/C20C/'''</span>
  
<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">the directory structure can vary depending on the institute but it's mostly:</span>
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<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">The directory structure can vary depending on the institute but it is mostly:</span>
  
 
*<institute-id>/<model>/<experiment>/<ensemble>/<version>/<frequency>/<realm>/<variable>/<run>/<files>  
 
*<institute-id>/<model>/<experiment>/<ensemble>/<version>/<frequency>/<realm>/<variable>/<run>/<files>  
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*<variable>_<mip>_<model>_<experiment>_<ensemble>_<version>_<run>_<time-period>.nc  
 
*<variable>_<mip>_<model>_<experiment>_<ensemble>_<version>_<run>_<time-period>.nc  
  
Available sub-projects: C20C (includes <span class="s1">HadISST1 NOAA-OI-v2 WRAF)</span> LBNL MIROC UCT-CSAG ETH HAPPI MOHC NOAA-ESRLandCIRES CCCma NCC MPI-M
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Available sub-projects:
  
<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">The original ARCCSS contribution is stored in /g/data1/ua8/C20C-ARCCSS/NERSC and it has a simplified directory structure</span>
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*C20C (includes <span class="s1">HadISST1 NOAA-OI-v2 WRAF)</span>
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*LBNL
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*MIROC
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*UCT-CSAG
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*ETH
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*HAPPI
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*MOHC
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*NOAA-ESRLandCIRES
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*CCCma
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*NCC
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*MPI-M
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*ARCCSS
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<span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;">The&nbsp;ARCCSS contribution,&nbsp;stored in the folder with the same name,&nbsp;has a simplified directory structure:</span>
  
 
*<frequency>/<realm>/<variable_name>/<ensemble>/<files>  
 
*<frequency>/<realm>/<variable_name>/<ensemble>/<files>  
  
<span class="s1">filenames are the same as for the replica, ensembles are like CMIP ensemble ie "r1i1p1".</span> <span class="s1">More information on these experiment are available from their [https://researchdata.ands.org.au/atmospheric-access13-historical-sub-project/645160 | RDA record]</span>
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<span class="s1">filenames are the same as for the replica, ensembles are like CMIP ensemble ie "r1i1p1".</span> <span class="s1">More information on these experiment are available from their [https://researchdata.ands.org.au/atmospheric-access13-historical-sub-project/645160 RDA record].</span>
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Latest revision as of 17:57, 26 April 2021

C20C+ - International CLIVAR C20C+ Detection and Attribution project

This is an international project aiming to produce a large pool of output from climate models and impact models for use in improving our understanding of extreme weather in the context of past and current climate change. Models are run under two families of scenarios:

  • All-Hist:under the time-varying boundary conditions observed during the past few decades
  • Nat-Hist:same as All-Hist but with the anthropogenic contribution to the boundary conditions removed

ARCCSS also contributed to the project with some ACCESS1.3 runs, described in Research Data Australia.

This and more detailed information can be found on the C20C+ portal

License

No registration is required. All output from this project published online is available according to the conditions of the Creative Commons License. The data is provided "as-is". The contributors have endeavoured to ensure quality control, however due to the large quantity of data it has not been possible to check everything in detail. If you spot anything odd in the data then please e-mail the people listed in the "contact" attribute of the NetCDF file. Errata are listed in the "details" files referenced in the NERSC data portal. If your analyses of this data themselves produce diagnostic data or output from "impacts" models that may be of interest to other researchers, please consider contributing them to the NERSC data portal. Protocols are described on the Experiment page.

C20C+ at NCI

We rsynced data directly from the NERSC server, so we have all the files available they had available on disk, as for the last update date in Decemebr 2018.

  • All "fixed" ("fx") variables
  • All "month" ("mon") variables
  • The following "day/atmos" ("Aday") variables: clt, hurs, huss, pr, prsn, prw, ps, psl, rlds, rsds, rsus, tas, tasmax, tasmin, ts, uas, vas

The data is currently stored in /g/data/ua8/C20C/

The directory structure can vary depending on the institute but it is mostly:

  • <institute-id>/<model>/<experiment>/<ensemble>/<version>/<frequency>/<realm>/<variable>/<run>/<files>

While this directory structure differs from the one used for CMIP data, the definitions of realm, frequency, mip and variable names are the same. Experiments are "All-Hist" and "Nat-Hist", ensembles are like "est1"

Also the filenames are similarly structured:

  • <variable>_<mip>_<model>_<experiment>_<ensemble>_<version>_<run>_<time-period>.nc

Available sub-projects:

  • C20C (includes HadISST1 NOAA-OI-v2 WRAF)
  • LBNL
  • MIROC
  • UCT-CSAG
  • ETH
  • HAPPI
  • MOHC
  • NOAA-ESRLandCIRES
  • CCCma
  • NCC
  • MPI-M
  • ARCCSS

The ARCCSS contribution, stored in the folder with the same name, has a simplified directory structure:

  • <frequency>/<realm>/<variable_name>/<ensemble>/<files>

filenames are the same as for the replica, ensembles are like CMIP ensemble ie "r1i1p1". More information on these experiment are available from their RDA record.