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High resolution USA-centered “quasi-warming” climate model simulation data

Description:

This dataset is from a high resolution climate change simulation that permits convection and resolves mesoscale orography at 4 km grid spacing over much of North America using the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model. Two 13 years simulations were performed, consisting of a retrospective simulation (October 2000 to September 2013) with initial and boundary conditions from ERA-Interim and a future climate sensitivity simulation with initial and boundary conditions derived from reanalysis and modified by adding the CMIP5 ensemble mean of the high emission scenario climate change.

A detailed desription and validation of this dataset is available at: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00382-016-3327-9

Last Updated:
2017
Primary Developer:
NSF-USA
Timeframe:
2000 to 2013

Spatial Resolution:
4km

Temporal Resolution:
hourly

Spatial Extent:
Southern Canada, continental United States
Climate Parameters:
  • maximum temperature
  • minimum temperature
  • total precipitation
  • humidity
  • wind
  • cloud
  • radiation

Approximate Dataset Volume/Primary Format:
192 TB/netCDF*
(*data available in subsets of full volume) GB=gigabyte TB=terabyte

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