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CMIP5 global climate model outputs and derived outputs, comprising: Data generated to produce PACCSAP reports; data generated to produce NRM reports; data generated to produce ACCSP reports.

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CMIP5 global climate model outputs and derived outputs, comprising: Data generated to produce PACCSAP reports; data generated to produce NRM reports; data generated to produce ACCSP reports.


Processed global climate model outputs and derived analysis from ‘historical’ and RCP simulations from CMIP5 models. A set of up to 26 models were used for all PACCSAP reporting, but some other models are now processed as well as part of the NRM and ACCSP projects. Datasets are complete time series as well averages for 1986-2005, 2020... more


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Grose, M. R., Brown, J. N., Narsey, S., Brown, J. R., Murphy, B. F., Langlais, C., Gupta, A. S., Moise, A. F. and Irving, D. B. (2014), Assessment of the CMIP5 global climate model simulations of the western tropical Pacific climate system and comparison to CMIP3. Int. J. Climatol., 34: 3382–3399. doi: 10.1002/joc.3916

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Report: Climate Variability, Extremes and Change in the Western Tropical Pacific 2014

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acknowledgement_lw.txt


Models are created and run by numerous modelling groups around the world. The Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Inter-comparison (PCMDI) and the World Climate Research Program (WCRP) Working Group on Coupled Modelling host and make available the CMIP5 multi-model datasets. The CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology data team downloaded, processed and quality-controlled the datasets for internal use. ETCCDI indices for models were obtained from University of Victoria in Canada. Derived products were generated using the CSIRO analysis ‘pipeline’ of analysis tools.


This data collection is a product 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. Please also see the supporting attachment file acknowledgement_lw.txt for a full credit acknowledgement.


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Wilson, Louise; Bathols, Janice; Heady, Craig; Bedin, Tim; Erwin, Tim; Narsey, Sugata; Rafter, Tony; Bhend, Jonas; Grose, Michael (2015): CMIP5 global climate model outputs and derived outputs, comprising: Data generated to produce PACCSAP reports; data generated to produce NRM reports; data generated to produce ACCSP reports.. v3. CSIRO. Service Collection. 102.100.100/22570


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About this Project

CLSD PCCSAP 3.3.1 CMIP5 Model Evaluation


PACCSAP Project 1.3.1 Climate model evaluation and projections. Evaluation of the CMIP5 archive of global climate models from around the world for use in the Pacific, and production of several analyses and communication products on projected climate change based on a group of CMIP5 models found to be suitable. Analyses include mean temperature, mea... more


Michael Grose


Climate model evaluation


Evaluation of the CMIP5 archive of global climate models from around the world for use in the Pacific, and production of several analyses and communication products on projected climate change based on a group of CMIP5 models found to be suitable.


Analysis


Louise Wilson


Janice Bathols


Craig Heady


Tim Bedin


Tim Erwin


Sugata Narsey


Tony Rafter


Jonas Bhend


Michael Grose


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