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Model Output

The model output from the OCMIP runs performed at NCAR are available. The output from the Biotic equilibrium run is in 1 NetCDF file, as is the output from the Abiotic equilibirum run. The NetCDF files follow the OCMIP NetCDF conventions, with the addition of coordinate variables.

The model output for the CFC and transient Abiotic Carbon runs is split across multiple files. Each run has multiple classes of files and each class of files contains different variables. Below are links to pages that contain links to the individual files which contain the model output in NetCDF format following OCMIP conventions. Coordinate variables have been added to all of the files.


LAS Access to Model Output

Model output from the CFC run, the Abiotic Equilibrium, and the Biotic Equilibrium are available on Carbon Modeling Consortium (CMC) LAS.

Information about the CMC can be found at the CMC Home Page.

The CMC LAS is hosted by PMEL.


Raw DODS Access to Model Output

All of the above model output can also be accessed through a DODS server operating at NCAR. Below are links to the above data using the DODS WWW interface. For more information on DODS, proceed to the DODS Home Page.

If you have difficulties accessing the model output via the NCAR DODS server, please try to access the output via the IPSL server below.


DODS Access to Model Output from IPSL server

All of the above model output can also be accessed through a DODS server operating at IPSL. Below are links to the above data using the DODS WWW interface. A caveat with the output from the IPSL server is that coordinate variables that have been added to the files at NCAR have not been added at IPSL.


NetCDF template for Ocean Model Physics

A NetCDF template has been created to facilitate the comparison of ocean model physics.

NetCDF template for Ocean Model Streamfunctions

A NetCDF template has been created to facilitate the comparison of ocean model streamfunctions.

Ocean Model Physics Paper

Accepted for publication in Global Biogeochemical Cycles. Copyright 2004 American Geophysical Union. Further reproduction or electronic distribution is not permitted.

2003GB002150.pdf

Citation: Doney, S. C., et al. (2004), Evaluating global ocean carbon models: The importance of realistic physics, Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 18, GB3017, doi:10.1029/2003GB002150.


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