COLLABORATIVE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMMUNITY CLIMATE SYSTEM MODEL FOR TERASCALE COMPUTING (CDDCCSMTC). Hereinafter referred to as the CCSM Consortium Phil Jones (LANL) On behalf of all the consorts.
COLLABORATIVE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMMUNITY CLIMATE SYSTEM MODEL FOR TERASCALE COMPUTING (CDDCCSMTC)
Hereinafter referred to as the CCSM Consortium
Phil Jones (LANL)
On behalf of all the consorts
The SciDAC CCSM Consortium consists of PI: R. Malone4, J. Drake5 , Site-Contacts: C. Ding2, S. Ghan6, D. Rotman3, J. Taylor1, J. Kiehl7, W. Washington7, S.-J. Lin8, Co-Is: J. Baumgardner4, T. Bettge7, L. Buja7, S. Chu4, T. Craig7, P. Duffy3, J. Dukowicz4, S. Elliot4, D. Erickson5, M. Ham5, Y. He2, F. Hoffman5, E. Hunke4, R. Jacob1, P. Jones4, J. Larson1, J. Lamarque7, W. Lipscomb4, M. Maltrud4, D. McKenna7, A. Mirin3, W. Putman8, W. Sawyer8, J. Schramm7, T. Shippert6, R. Smith4, P. Worley5, W. Yang2
1Argonne National Lab, 2Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, 3Lawrence Livermore National Lab, 4Los Alamos National Lab, 5Oak Ridge National Lab, 6Pacific Northwest National Lab, 7National Center for Atmospheric Research, 8NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center
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Many century-scale simulations (>2500yrs)
Many dedicated cycles at computer centers
(DJF) precipitation in the California region in 5 simulations, plus observations. The 5 simulations are: CCM3 at T42 (300 km), CCM3 at T85 (150 km) , CCM3 at T170 (75 km), CCM3 at T239 (50 km), and CAM2 with FV dycore at 0.4 x 0.5 deg.
CCM3 extreme precipitation events depend on model resolution. Here we are using as a measure of extreme precipitation events the 99th percentile daily precipitation amount. Increasing resolution helps the CCM3 reproduce this measure of extreme daily precipitation events.
Ozone, Ratio A/C
Ozone, Ratio B/C
The global flux of DMS from the ocean to the atmosphere is shown as an annual mean. The globally integrated flux of DMS from the ocean to the atmosphere is 23.8 Tg S yr-1 .