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The data was produced employing the Advanced Research Weather Research and Forecasting model (WRF) version 4.1.2 (Skamarock et al., 2019) for the dynamical downscaling of GCM data. WRF is a fully compressible
Global HAPPI-MIP protocol data based on the CanAM4  AGCM developed by the Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis (CCCma).
This CERA experiment includes data of 100 AMIP simulations of the
Global HAPPI-MIP protocol data based on the CAM4/CLM4  (CAM4-2degree) AGCM developed by the National Center for Atmospheric Research – Department of Energy (NCAR-DOE). CAM4/CLM4 is part of the CESM
Global HAPPI-MIP protocol data based on the ECHAM6.3  AGCM developed by the MPI-M (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology). This CERA experiment includes data of 100 AMIP simulations of the period 2006-2015,
Global HAPPI-MIP protocol data based on the NorESM1-HAPPI  AGCM developed by the NCC (NorESM Climate modeling Consortium). This CERA experiment includes data of 135 AMIP simulations within the period
High RESolution Atmospheric Forcing Fields (HiResAFF) consist of key meteorological variables on daily scale which are typically used to drive ocean or ecosystem models. The fields are reconstructed through
Please note that data representing a warmer future climate are flawed by the use of incorrect sea ice coverage data. All data of the 1.5°C and the 2.0°C experiment of this CERA experiment have been replaced
These are two atmospheric hourly hindcasts for Siberia using COSMO-CLM (CCLM) version 4.8_clm_11 with spectral nudging. The hindcast CCLM_sib_NCEP1 covers a period from 1948-2010 and has been performed
The data are from multi-decadal hindcast simulation with the wave model
WAM 4.5 covering the entire Baltic Sea using a grid size of about 5.5x5.5 km (0.05 degrees latitude x 0.10 degrees longitude). The
The data are from a multi-decadal tide-surge hindcast 1958-2004 for the North Sea using the TELEMAC2D model. Data (sea surface elevation, depth averaged currents) are available every hour on an unstructured
This is an atmospheric hourly hindcast for Western Europe and the North Atlantic using REMO with spectral nudging from 1948-2007. The model uses a rotated grid with 81 x 91 grid points and a grid point