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CAWCR Global wind-wave 21st century climate projections


The directory contains archived output from wave climate simulations carried out using a 1 degree global implementation of WaveWatch III (v3.14). The model is outlined in manuscripts: Hemer, Katzfey and Trenham, 2013. Global dynamical projections of surface ocean wave climate for a future high greenhouse gas emission scenario. Ocean Modelling. DOI:... more


Atmospheric Sciences not elsewhere classified Climatology (excl. Climate Change Processes) Natural Hazards Physical Oceanography


http://doi.org/10.4225/08/55C991CC3F0E8


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2099


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PACCSAP Wave Waves modelling Wave model Wave height Global Surface ocean waves Climate change Dynamical projections Wind-wave climate COWCLIP


Publication:

Mark A. Hemer, Jack Katzfey, Claire E. Trenham, Global dynamical projections of surface ocean wave climate for a future high greenhouse gas emission scenario, Ocean Modelling, Volume 70, October 2013, Pages 221-245,

Collection:

Thomas Durrant; Mark Hemer; Claire Trenham; Diana Greenslade (2013): CAWCR Wave Hindcast 1979-2010. v7. CSIRO. Data Collection. 10.4225/08/523168703DCC5

Collection:

Thomas Durrant; Mark Hemer; Claire Trenham; Diana Greenslade (2013): CAWCR wave hindcast extension Jan 2011 - May 2013. v4. CSIRO. Data Collection. 10.4225/08/52817E2858340

Website:

Pacific Climate Change Science Website

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Website:

Trenham, C.E., Hemer, M.A., Durrant, T.H., Greenslade, D.J.M., (2013), “PACCSAP Wind-wave Climate: High resolution wind-wave climate and projections of change in the Pacific region for coastal hazard assessments”, CAWCR Technical Report No. 068


CAWCR_Global_wind-wave_21st_century_climate_projections_data_THREDDS_server.html


README.txt


The Wave model is forced with surface wind and sea-ice concentration fields taken from the designated forcing General Circulation Model. Model forcing for CMIP3 forced wave simulations was taken from CCAM atmospheric model simulations which have dynamically downscaled the given GCM (6-hourly surface wind fields, and linearly interpolated monthly sea-ice fields). Model forcing for CMIP5 forced wave simulations was taken directly from the GCM (3-hourly surface winds, and linearly interpolated monthly sea-ice concentration fields).


This data collection is funded and supported by the Australian Government through the Pacific Australian Climate Change Science and Adaptation Planning Programme (PACCSAP). PACCSAP was funded by Department of Foreign Affair & Trade, managed by the Department of the Environment and the science was delivered by the partnership between CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology.


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Bureau of Meteorology (Australia), CSIRO (Australia)


Hemer, Mark; Trenham, Claire; Durrant, Tom; Greenslade, Diana (2015): CAWCR Global wind-wave 21st century climate projections. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. http://doi.org/10.4225/08/55C991CC3F0E8


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO Australia 2015.


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90°0′0″ N


90°0′0″ S


180°0′0″ E


180°0′0″ W


WGS84


About this Project

CLSD 4.3 PACCSAP - High resolution wind-


PACCSAP Project 4.3: High resolution wind-wave climate and projections of change in the Pacific region for coastal hazard assessments


Mark Hemer


Wave simulations


Wave simulations


Simulation


Mark Hemer


Claire Trenham


Tom Durrant


Diana Greenslade


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