The net CDF output file, In the above example, the validation utility has printed the actual and expected values, and has indicated the validation tolerance that would be needed if this difference were acceptable.
Fortran90 and C The CAM-5.0 code has been extracted from CESM-1.0.2 and is public domain software. By default, the workload will be formatted to use big endian.
527.cam4_r National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Atmosphere General Circulation Model (AGCM) The Community Atmosphere Model (CAM) is the atmosphere component used by the Community Earth System Model (CESM).
This benchmark is running code which is part of the publicly released CESM-1.0.2. In order to obtain as robust a validation procedure as possible, the benchmark runs use a special configuration which employs a prescribed ocean only lower boundary condition.
To better understand how tropical cyclones (TCs) may respond to future warming, we explore the behavior of TCs during the mid-Pliocene warm period (∼3 Ma), which shares characteristics of projected warmer climate.
Our TC-permitting numerical simulations predict enhanced global-average peak TC intensity, longer duration, increased power dissipation, and a poleward migration of the location of peak intensity during the mid-Pliocene, although there are regional differences in the magnitude and statistical power of the climate/TC relationships.
Highway 16 was down to one lane in each direction between Highway 779 and the Jennifer Heil overpass for a short period of time.Second, recent CO2 estimates for the MMCO now approximate above modern CO2 levels (~400 ± 50 ppm).With this information, we show using the recently released Community Atmosphere Model (CAM5) from the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) with comprehensive pointwise model data comparison that we can match the majority of the terrestrial and SST proxies records at the MMCO at 400 ppm CO2.The global historical record has been extensively examined, but it is short and plagued with recurring questions about its homogeneity, limiting its effectiveness at assessing how TCs vary with climate.Past warm intervals provide an opportunity to quantify TC behavior in a warmer-than-present world.