Climate Simulation with CLM, Scenario A1B run no.2, Data Stream 2: European region MPI-M/MaD

doi:10.1594/WDCC/CLM_A1B_2_D2

Keuler, Klaus et al.

ExperimentDOI
Summary
The experiment CLM_A1B_2_D2 contains European regional climate simulations of the years 2001-2100 on a rotated grid (CLM non hydrostatic, 0.165 deg. hor. resolution, see http://www.clm-community.eu ). It is forced by the second (_2_) run of the global IPCC scenario A1B (EH5-T63L31_OM-GR1.5L40_A1B_2_6H), which describes a possible future world of very rapid economic growth, global population peaking in mid-century and rapid introduction of new and more efficient technologies with a balance across all energy sources.
In data stream 2 (_D2) the output variables of CLM are stored as time series on a rotated grid. The model region starts at -20.8725/-23.7275 (lat/lon in rotated coordinates; centre of lower left grid box) with rotated North Pole at 39.25/-162.0 (lat/lon). The number of grid points is 255/241 (lat/lon). The sponge zone (numerically unreliable boundary grid points) of the original model output has been cut off.
The regional model variables include two-dimensional near surface fields, as well as soil and atmospheric fields on different layers. The soil fields are simulated on 10 different levels with a maximum depth of 15 meters. The atmospheric fields are given on 6 pressure levels (200, 500, 700, 850, 925 and 1000 hPa). The time interval of the output fields ranges from 1 to 3 hours and includes daily output fields, depending on the respective variables.
Please contact sga"at"dkrz.de for data request details.
See http://sga.wdc-climate.de for more details on CLM simulations in the context of the BMBF funding priority "klimazwei", some useful information on handling climate model data and the data access regulations.
The output format is netCDF
Experiment with CLM 2.4.11 on NEC-SX6(hurrikan)
raw data: hpss:/dxul/ut/k/k204095/prism/experiments/A1B_2
Project
CLM_regional_climate_model_runs (CLM regional climate model runs forced by the global IPCC scenario runs)
Contact
Dr. Michael Lautenschlager (
 lautenschlager@nulldkrz.de
)
Location(s)
Europe: Longitude -31.29 to 66.427 Latitude 34.809 to 80.764
Spatial Coverage
Longitude -37.0346 to 59.9219 Latitude 26.1197 to 71.9525 Altitude: -15.34 m to 200 hPa
Temporal Coverage
2001-01-01 to 2100-12-31 (calendrical)
Use constraints
Depends on the dataset. The following licenses are used:

See CLM_README (http://cera-www.dkrz.de/WDCC/ui/Entry.jsp?acronym=CLM_README)
work group only
Data Catalog
World Data Center for Climate
Size
5.98 TiB (6572794013392 Byte)
Format
NetCDF
Status
completely archived
Creation Date
Cite as
Keuler, Klaus; Lautenschlager, Michael; Wunram, Claudia; Keup-Thiel, Elke; Schubert, Martina; Will, Andreas; Rockel, Burkhardt; Boehm, Uwe (2009). Climate Simulation with CLM, Scenario A1B run no.2, Data Stream 2: European region MPI-M/MaD. World Data Center for Climate (WDCC) at DKRZ. https://doi.org/10.1594/WDCC/CLM_A1B_2_D2

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[Entry acronym: CLM_A1B_2_D2] [Entry id: 2114803]
Accuracy report

Due to technical reasons in data stream 2 (D2) the last record of every year was released with the time step(00.00 Hour, 01.January) of the following year
in the netCDF header.
1) Quality documentation see
'README, Plots and Reports for CLM regional climate model runs' in CERA2
http://cera-www.dkrz.de/WDCC/ui/Entry.jsp?acronym=CLM_PLOTS_2008 and 'CLM Technical Report'
http://www.mad.zmaw.de/fileadmin/extern/documents/reports/MaD_TechRep3_CLM.pdf Chapter 4 and 6.
2)Control of timeseries:
-creation of minimum, maximum, mean, average timeseries of every record
-control of timeseries with statistical analysis.
-control metadata and data of start and stop date (March 2009)
-control metadata of continuous time (March 2009)
Completeness report
complete
Consistency report
as consistent as the model is (CLM version 2.4.11)
Horizontal accuracy
exact
Vertical accuracy
exact
Contact typePersonInstitute
ContactDr. Michael LautenschlagerMax-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie
AuthorDr. rer. nat. Klaus KeulerBrandenburg University of Technology
AuthorDr. Michael LautenschlagerMax-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie
AuthorDr. Claudia WunramMax-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie
AuthorDr. Elke Keup-ThielMax-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie
AuthorMartina Schubert-FrisiusMax-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie
AuthorDr. Andreas WillBrandenburg University of Technology
AuthorDr. Burkhardt RockelHelmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Zentrum für Material- und Küstenforschung GmbH
AuthorDr. Uwe BoehmPotsdam-Institut fuer Klimafolgenforschung
investigatorDr. rer. nat. Klaus KeulerMax-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie (MD)
investigatorDr. Michael LautenschlagerMax-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie (MD)
originatorMartina Schubert-FrisiusMax-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie (MD)
originatorVeronika GaylerMax-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie (MD)
metadataDr. Claudia WunramMax-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie (MD)
metadata reviewerDr. Elke Keup-ThielMax-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie (MD)

Cites

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