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Prescribed Land AMIP ACCESS1-0 experiments collection v1.0: AMIP

Also known as: PLAMIP_A v1.0
ARCCSS
Dr Duncan Ackerley (Aggregated by)
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This is the AMIP simulation also denoted A from the Prescribed Land AMIP ACCESS1-0 experiments collection v1.0.\n\n ACCESS1.0 model output for a series of atmosphere-only AMIP (Atmospheric Model Intercomparison Project) simulations covering a thirty year period from 1988 to 2008. These experiments were executed by Dr Duncan Ackerley of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science (ARCCSS) as part of its research program: "Drivers of spatial and temporal climate variability in extra-tropical Australia". ACCESS1.0 is a general circulation climate model developed as a collaboration between CSIRO and BoM. The 1.0 version of this model uses UM 7.3 as the atmospheric component. The ocean and land component are not included in this simulations instead the model uses prescribed SSTs and prescribed land surface.\n\nThis simulation was run with 'freely varying' land surface temperatures and, soil moisture and temperatures (i.e. freely respond to the atmospheric and radiative processes above the surface).

Issued: 01 06 2017

Data time period: 1980-01-01 to 2008-12-31

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