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Model Workflows supported by C2SM

C2SM supports a couple of models and related pre- and postpocessing tools on different high-performance plattforms. This page provides an overview, further documentation and manuals for each specific software needed in order to run simulations with the models.

ICON: Icosahedral Nonhydrostatic Weather and Climate Model

ICON is a global model suitable for climate and weather predictions for both, regional and global domains. It is a joint project of DWD,MPI and KIT.

Toolset

  • Extpar: External parameters for the ICON-grid (preprocessing)
  • Icontools: A set of tools for extracting and remapping ICON fields (preprocessing)

External Software

  • CDO, climate data operator

Community

Quarterly C2SM ICON Meeting

Projects

  • EXCLAIM - Extreme scale computing and data platform for cloud-resolving weather and climate modeling
  • ENIAC, Enabling the ICON model on heterogeneous architectures
  • ICON-HAMMOZ, Redmine pages, login required


COSMO: A non-hydrostatic limited-area atmospheric weather and climate model

The COSMO model is a limited area, non-hydrostatic model developed by a collaboration of National Weather Services called the COSMO Consortium. COSMO-CLM is an extension of the COSMO model to run long-term simulations in climate mode, developed by a collaboration of research universities.

Toolset

  • Extpar: External parameters for the COSMO-grid (preprocessing)
  • Int2lm: The interpolation software for the COSMO-model (preprocessing)
  • COSMO: Accelerated COSMO version for GPU and CPU
  • COSMO-CLM: COSMO version suited for climate simulations

External Software

  • Fieldextra - Extract data from GRIB
  • Ncview - Quick visualizer for regular gridded netCDF files

Community

Projects

  • SWALDRIC - Severe Weather over the Alpine-Adriatic region in a Changing Climate


CESM

The Community Earth System Model (CESM) is a fully-coupled, global climate model that provides state-of-the-art computer simulations of the Earth's past, present, and future climate states.

Toolset

  • CESM: Wikipage on IAC-wiki

Community



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