For the 6th Assessment Report of the IPCC (AR6) input/source and intermediate datasets underlying the AR6 were collected and long-term archived. This project compliments CMIP6 data subset and snapshot analyzed for the WGI AR6.
This project focus on the hydrological effects of explosive volcanic eruptions in the Asian monsoon region. Studies are conducted based on both tree ring-based proxy reconstruction data and model simulation
CORDEX.be provides a framework that aims to gather existing and ongoing Belgian research activities in the domain of climate modeling to create a coherent scientific basis for future climate services in
Development of a new generation of advanced and well-evaluated high-resolution global climate models, capable of simulating and predicting regional climate with unprecedented fidelity, for the benefit of governments, business and society in general.
SOLCHECK will significantly advance the understanding and quantification of the solar contribution to past, present, and future climate evolution in the Northern Hemisphere on decadal to centennial timescales.
The primary goal of HadCRU_MLE is to combine instrumental observations with physically realistic statistical models to produce maximum likelihood estimates of surface temperature anomalies and other physical
Data set of multi-year dual polarization measurements of the Dual-Pol X-Band system (BoXPol) operated by the University of Bonn in Germany. The weather radar is measuring with 10 different elevation angles
The aim of the project is to develop a multi-sector urban development impact model, which combines findings from the social, natural and engineering sciences to identify the effects that cities have on their inhabitants.
The flight campaign has been performed in the Tropical Atlantic Ocean in August 2016 and the related simulations are performed with ICON model in CRM mode (2.375 km resolution), more details are provided
This project provides variables from MPI-ESM1-2 CMIP6 experiments performed by DKRZ, MPI-M and DWD in the context of the BMBF funded CMIP6 DICAD project (FKZ 01LP1605A). The experiments are described at
PDRMIP is a climate model intercomparison project that ran from the end of 2013 until completion in 2021. In PDRMIP a number of different climate models have been used to explore whether differences in
The European Space Agency - Climate Change Initiative (ESA-CCI) sea-ice Essential Climate Variable (ECV) project, phase 2, (ESA-SICCI2) ran from 2015 through 2018 (see http://esa-cci.nersc.no/). The main