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ACCESS1.3b model output from the Amazonian Deforestation (AMZDEF) experiment v2.0

Also known as: ACCESS1.3b_AMZDEF_v2.0
ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science
Dr Ruth Lorenz (Aggregated by) ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science Data Manager (Managed by)
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ACCESS1.3b model output from the Amazonian Deforestation (AMZDEF) experiment v2.0. These experiments were executed by Dr Ruth Lorenz of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science (ARCCSS) as part of its research program: "The role of land surface forcing and feedbacks for regional climate".  ACCESS1.3 is a general circulation climate model developed as a collaboration between CSIRO and BoM. The 1.3b version of this model uses UM7.3 as the atmospheric component and CABLE2.0 as the land component. The ocean component is not included in this simulations. The AMZDEF simulation investigates the effect of Amazonian deforestation for the global climate between 1978-2011. More information on the model configuration used for this experiment is available on the ARCCSS Computational Modelling System wiki.

Version v1.0 of this dataset includes monthly means for air temperature at 1.5m and total precipitation, calculated from the raw model output.

Version v2.0 adds new variables heat fluxes, radiation, humidity and wind component to air temperature and total precipitation. Version v2.0 includes all V1.0 ensemble members (E0) and new ones (E1, E2, E3 and E4). The new ensemble members are initiliased in earlier years.

  

 

 

Created: 02 2016

Data time period: 1978 to 2012

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149.1187675,-35.2818545

0,-90 358.125,-90 358.125,90 0,90

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