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WRF-LIS-CABLE model output from the physics sensitivity experiment v1.0

Also known as: WRF-LIS-CABLE_PHYSSENS_v1.0
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This data collection contains a subset of variables of the raw model output of WRF-LIS-CABLE regional climate model. The simulation domain is the CORDEX AustralAsia domain at a resolution of approximately 50km and covers all of Australia, Indonesia and New Zealand. The simulations span the period August 2008 to October 2010 which includes a two-month coupled spinup period. The data collection consists of daily and monthly averages of precipitation, maximum temperature, minimum temperature, latent and sensible heat fluxes, soil moisture and albedo. The collection consists of 36 atmospheric physics configurations, 3 configurations with the same atmospheric physics but different offline land surface spinup periods, and 3 configurations using a different soil hydrology scheme. Explicit details of the model configuration used to produce this data can be found in Hirsch et al. (2019; doi:10.1029/2019MS001845).

Simulations details:

Model Version: NU-WRFv3.9.1.1 coupled to CABLEv2.3.4

File prefix naming convention: RA<#>_PBL<#>_CU<#>_

For RA this stands for the radiation physics:

RA1 = Here ra_lw_physics = 1 (RRTM long wave scheme) and ra_sw_physics = 1 (Dudhia short wave scheme)

RA4 = Here ra_lw_physics = 4 (RRTMG long wave scheme) and ra_sw_physics = 4 (RRTMG short wave scheme)

RA5 = Here ra_lw_physics = 5 (New Goddard long wave scheme) and ra_sw_physics = 5 (New Goddard short wave scheme)

For PBL this stands for the planetary boundary layer scheme:

PBL1 = Here bl_pbl_physics = 1 (YSU scheme) and sf_sfclay_physics = 1 (Monin-Obukhov Similarity Scheme)

PBL2 = Here bl_pbl_physics = 2 (MYJ scheme) and sf_sfclay_physics = 2 (Monin-Obukhov Janjic Eta Similarity Scheme)

PBL5 = Here bl_pbl_physics = 5 (MYNN 2.5 scheme) and sf_sfclay_physics = 5 (Monin-Obukhov Similarity Scheme)

For CU this stands for the cumulus convection parameterisation:

CU1 = Here cu_physics = 1 (Kain-Fritsch scheme)

CU2 = Here cu_physics = 2 (Betts-Miller-Janjic scheme)

CU3 = Here cu_physics = 3 (Grell-Freitas scheme)

CU16 = Here cu_physics = 16 (New Tiedtke scheme)

More info on WRF namelist options can be found in: https://esrl.noaa.gov/gsd/wrfportal/namelist_input_options.html

Files starting with PHYS_TEST_ are the configurations using CABLE with the newer SSGW hydrology with 4 years spinup

Files starting with PHYS_30YR_SPIN_ are the simulations with a 30 year offline spinup of CABLE

Files starting with PHYS_TEST_8YR_ are the simulations with a 30 year offline spinup of CABLE

Files starting with SOILSNOW_ are simulations using the old soil hydrology scheme soilsnow in CABLE

Created: 2019-10-01

Data time period: 2008-08-01 to 2010-10-31

Spatial Coverage And Location

: -57.0,92.0 -57.9,-154.0 10,-154.0 10.0,92.0 -57.0,92.0

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