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WAMSI Node 2.2.6 - Model-data archive and report on downscaled regional (10 km) climate change scenario of the marine environment
The eddy-resolving Ocean Forecasting Australia Model (OFAM) is used to downscale future climate projections by CSIRO Mk3.5 climate model under scenario A1B for the 2060s. A simulation run with relaxation to expected sea surface temperature and sea surface salinity are archived with 3D fields of ocean temperature, salinity, currents, and sea surfac... moree height.
The data is presented in two folders:
TSE: temperature, salinity and sea surface height (elevation)
UVW: the three velocity fields- eastward, northward, vertical
Additional information for this dataset may be available via the original MarLIN metadata entry:
Climate Change Processes
Oceanography not elsewhere classified
01 Jul 2006
31 Dec 2011
Ocean Mixed Layer
The model simulation is forced by a future climate forcing that is extracted from the difference oMk3.5 A1B 2060s and 20C3M 1990s monthly climatology, superimposed on current climate state by ERA40.
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CSIRO (Australia), Western Australian Marine Science Institution (WAMSI) (Australia)
Feng, Ming; Sun, Chaojiao; Matear, Richard; Chamberlain, Matt (2012): WAMSI Node 2.2.6 - Model-data archive and report on downscaled regional (10 km) climate change scenario of the marine environment. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection.
All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO Australia 2012.
The metadata and files (if any) are available to the public.
Chaojiao Sun, CSIRO Division of Marine and Atmospheric Research - Floreat
Research Scientist CMAR
CLSD WAMSI 2.2: Leeuwin Current
Dynamics and impact of the Leeuwin Current on the marine environment of Western Australia
Projected future changes in the Leeuwin Current system
Model-data archive and report on downscaled, regional (10 km) climate change scenario of the marine environment
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