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Contributor IDContributorModelReferenceConfigurationUpdate frequency at lateral boundariesNudgingHorizontal resolutionNestingBuffer (no. Grid cells)No. of vertical levelsRadiation schemeShallow Convection schemeMicrophysics schemeLand-surface schemePlanetary boundary layer schemeSoil initialization and spin-up (temperature and moisture)AerosolsSolar constantLand use changesUrban SchemeLake modelGreenhouse gasesGHG evolution
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BCCRNORCE & Bjerknes Centre for Climate ResearchWRF 3.8.1Skamarock et al. 2005, Skamarock and Klemp 2007Config66hno0.0275Yes, from EUR-111050RRTMGGRIMSThompsonNoah-MPYSU1 year spin-up run (1998), performed by FZJ (Klaus Goergen)RRTMG sees aerosols, microphysics do not1370 W/m² * eccentricity factornononenoRCP4.5
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MOHCMet Office Hadley CentreUKMO-UM10.1Berthou et al. Clim Dyn. (2017)PS356h(eraint), 3h(hist/rcp8.5)no0.0200no2470
Edwards and Slingo (1996) with upgrades
no
Wilson and Ballard (1999)
JULES (total soil depth = 3m)Boutle et al. (2014) (3D scheme based on Smagorinski 1963)1 year spin-up from ERA-interim/global model initial fields
climatological aerosol properties.
1361 W/m2noJULES urban tilenoRCP8.5
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NOA-IERSDNational Observatory of Athens, Institute for Environmental Research and Sustainable DevelopmentWRF 3.8.1Skamarock et al., 2005, Skamarock and Klemp, 2007Config36hno0.0275Yes, from EUR-111050RRTMGGRIMSThompsonNoahMYNN21 year spin-up run (1998), performed by FZJ (Klaus Goergen)RRTMG sees aerosols, microphysics do not1370 W/m² * eccentricity factornononenoRCP4.5
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UHOH
Institute of Physics and Meteorology, University of Hohenheim
WRF 3.8.1
Skamarock et al., 2005, Skamarock and Klemp, 2007
Config4 (D)6hno0.0275Yes, from EUR-111050RRTMGGRIMSThompsonNoah-MPMYNN21 year spin-up run (1998), performed by FZJ (Klaus Goergen)RRTMG and microphysics see aerosols1370 W/m² * eccentricity factornononenoRCP4.5
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CNRMCentre National de Recherches Météorologiques, Météo-France, CNRS, Toulouse, FranceCNRM-AROME41t1Fumière et al. (in rev)cycle 41t11hno2.5km or 0.0227°Yes, from MED-112160LW: RRTMG, SW: FMR 6bandsPMMC09 (Pergaud et al, 2009) ICE3 (Pinty et Jabouille, 1998; Bouteloup et al, 2010) SURFEX/ISBATurbulence scheme (Cuxart Bougeault Redelsberger 2000)2 or 3 years spin-up run RRTMG and FMR6 see aerosols, microphysics do not. Observation-based climatological aerosols (Nabat et al, 2013 : dust, sea salt, organic carbon, black carbon, sulfate : 2D pattern, monthly variation + sulfate trends)
CMIP5 solar forcing data (mean of 1361 W/m2)
noyes, TEBnoCO2, N2O,CH4, CFC11,CFC12 + WVERAInterim and historical : RCP4.5 (CMIP5 files, yearly evolution) Scenario : RCP8.5
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WEGCWegener Center for Climate and Global Change, University of Graz, AustriaWRF 3.8.1Skamarock et al. 2005, Skamarock and Klemp 2007Config12 (L)6hno0.0275Yes, from EUR-151050RRTMGno; GRIMS only in EUR-15Thompson 28NoahYSU1 year spin-up run (1998), performed by FZJ (Klaus Goergen)RRTMG sees aerosols, microphysics do not1370 W/m² * eccentricity factornononenoRCP4.5
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CLMcom-WEGCWegener Center for Climate and Global Change, University of Graz, AustriaCCLM5-0-9Steppeler et al. (2003), Doms and Förstner (2004), Böhm et al. (2006), Rockel et al. (2008)CEG1003hno0.0275Yes, from EUR-11 with CCLM4-8-172660Ritter and Geleyn 1992Tiedtke 1989 Doms et al. 2007, Baldauf and Schulz 2004TERRA-MLLouis 1979Interpolated from Euro-CORDEX simulation + 15 month spin-upTanré et al. [1984].1368.0 W/m²nononenoH2O, CO2, CH4, N2O, O3historical; RCP8.5
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COSMO-KIT
Institute of Meteorology
and Climate Research,
Karlsruhe Institute of
Technology (KIT),
Karlsruhe Germany
CCLM5-0-8Schättler et al.,
2016, Doms et al.,
2011
6hno0.025°Yes, from
EUR-11
60Ritter and Geleyn (1992)Tiedtke ShallowCOSMO
bulk microphysics
parameterization
TERRA-MLRCP8.5
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IPSLInstitut Pierre Simon Laplace, LATMOS, CIMA, CNRS, FranceWRF 3.8.1
Skamarock et al. 2005, Skamarock and Klemp 2007
Config5 (E)6hno0.0275
Yes, from EUR-11
1050RRTMGUW (from Park and Bretherton, CAM5)ThompsonNoah-MPMYNN21 year spin-up run (1998), performed by FZJ (Klaus Goergen)RRTMG sees aerosols, microphysics do not1370 W/m² * eccentricity factornononenoRCP8.5
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AUTH-MCAristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Meteorology & Climatology WRF 3.8.1Skamarock et al., 2005, Skamarock and Klemp, 2007Config7/BG6hno0.0275Yes, from EUR-151050RRTMGGRIMSWDM6Noah-MPYSU1 year spin-up run (1998), performed by FZJ (Klaus Goergen)RRTMG sees aerosols, microphysics do not1370 W/m² * eccentricity factornononenoRCP4.5, CO2, N2O, CH4, CFC11, CFC12, +O3+WVhistorical; RCP2.6 or RCP4.5 or RCP8.5, yearly evolution
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CLMcom-BTUChair of Environmental Meteorology, Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU), Cottbus, GermanyCCLM5-0-9Keuler et al., 2016FPSC033hno0.0275Yes, from EUR-11 with CCLM5-0-92350Ritter and Geleyn 1992Tiedtke 1989 Doms et al. 2007, Baldauf and Schulz 2004TERRA-MLLouis 1979Interpolated from Euro-CORDEX simulation with same model + 1 month additional spin-upTanré et al. [1984].1368.0 W/m²nononeFLAKEH2O, CO2, CH4, N2O, O3historical
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CLMcom-ZAMGClimate Research Departement, Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG), Vienna, AustriaCCLM5-0-15Steppeler et al. (2003), Doms and Förstner (2004), Böhm et al. (2006), Rockel et al. (2008)3hyes for ERAinterim to 0.11 in the evaluation run. no for further step to 0.0275 and no for future simulations0.0275yes, from EUR-112350Ritter and Geleyn 1992Tiedkte 1989Doms et al. 2007, Baldauf and Schulz 2004TERRA-MLLouis 1979Interpolated from Euro-CORDEX simulation with same model + 1 month additional spin-upTanré et al. [1984]1368.0W/m²nononeFLAKEH2O, CO2, CH4, N2O, O3tbd
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CLMcom-KITInstitute of Meteorology
and Climate Research, Group Regional Clmate and Water Cycle /RCWC),
Karlsruhe Institute of
Technology (KIT),
Karlsruhe Germany
CCLM5-0-14 for Evaluation; CCLM5-0-15 for scenario time-slicesSteppeler et al. (2003), Doms and Förstner (2004), Böhm et al. (2006), Rockel et al. (2008)modified COSMO-DE3hno0.0275yes, from MIKLIP EUR-22 for evaluation, from CORDEX EUR-11 for scenario time-slices2350Ritter and Geleyn 1992Tiedtke 1989 Doms et al. 2007, Baldauf and Schulz 2004TERRA-MLLouis 1979Interpolated from EUR-22/EUR-11 simulations + 1 month additional spin-upTanré et al. [1984].1368.0 W/m²nononeyes, FLAKEH2O, CO2, CH4, N2O, O3historical; RCP2.6 or RCP4.5 or RCP8.5
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FZJ-IBG3Institute of Bio- and Geosciences (Agrosphere, IBG-3), Research Centre Juelich, Juelich, GermanyWRF 3.8.1
Skamarock et al. 2005, Skamarock and Klemp 2007
BB6hno0.0275Yes, from EUR-151050RRTMGGRIMSThompson 28NoahYSU1 year spin-up run (1998), performed by FZJ (Klaus Goergen)RRTMG and microphysics see aerosols1370 W/m² * eccentricity factornononenoRCP4.5, CO2, N2O, CH4, CFC11, CFC12, +O3+WVhistorical; RCP2.6 or RCP4.5 or RCP8.5, yearly evolution
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CLMcom-CMCCEuro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC Foundation)CCLM5-0-9Steppeler et al. (2003), Doms and Förstner (2004), Böhm et al. (2006), Rockel et al. (2008)CMCC namelist including TERRA-URB parametrization6hno0.0275Yes, from EUR-11 with CCLM5-0-92350Ritter and Geleyn 1992Tiedtke 1989Doms et al. 2007, Baldauf and Schulz 2004TERRA-ML1 year spin-up 1999Tanré et al. [1984].1368.0 W/m²noyes, TERRA-URBnoH2O, CO2, CH4, N2O, O3RCP 4.5
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CICEROCenter for International Climate ResearchWRF 3.8.1Skamarock et al. 2005, Skamarock and Klemp 2007Config10 (BJ)6hno0.0275Yes, from EUR-111050RRTMGUW (from Park and Bretherton, CAM5)WDM6Noah-MPMYNN21 year spin-up run (1998), performed by FZJ (Klaus Goergen)RRTMG sees aerosols, microphysics do not1370 W/m² * eccentricity factornononenoRCP4.5Present: historical/RCP 4.5. Future: RCP8.5.
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ICTPAbdus Salam Internatinal Centre for Theoretical Physics - Earth System PhysicsRegCM4.7Giorgi et al, 2012ICTP-config6hno3kmyes, from EUR-114041CCSMTiedke shallowWSM5CLM4.5Holtslag PBL
1 year spin-up 1999
aerosol radiative forcings are diagnosed. no coupling to dynamic and thermodynamicCMIP5 solar forcing data http://solarisheppa.geomar.de/cmip5noyesCLM-default lake modelRCP4.5RCP 4.5
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UCAN
Santander
Meteorology Group,
University of Cantabria,
Dept. Applied Math.
and Comp. Sci.
WRF 3.8.1
Skamarock et al.
2005, Skamarock
and Klemp 2007
Config96hno0.0275Yes, from
EUR-11
1050RRTMGGRIMSWDM6Noah-MPMYNN2
1 year spin-up run
(1998), performed by
FZJ (Klaus Goergen)
RRTMG sees aerosols,
microphysics do not
1370 W/m² *
eccentricity factor
nononenoCO2,N2O,CH4RCP4.5
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GERICSClimate Service Center GermanyREMOJacob et al., 20121hno0.0275EUR-11849Mocrette et al. 1986; Giorgetta and Wild 1995noLohmann and Roeckner 1996; Bouteloup et al. 2011Hagemann 2002; Rechid et al. 2006Louis 19791 year spin-up 1999Tanré et al. (1984)no"rock"noRCP8.5RCP8.5
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HCLIMcom-<institute>Collaborative runs, where <institute> is one of: Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), Norwegian Meteorological Institute (MetNo), Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI)HCLIM38-AROMEHCLIM38h13hno3km12 km865MorcretteEDMFmICE3
SURFEXHARATU1 yearTegen et al. (1997)1366 W/m²noTEBFLAKEH2O (prognostic), O3 (monthly climatologies), CO2, CH4, N2O,CFC11,CFC12 (RCP8.5)RCP8.5
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CUNICharles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Department of Atmospheric Physics, Prague, Czech RepublicRegCM4.7Giorgi et al, 2012ICTP-config with a different microphysics parameterization6hno3kmyes, from EUR-114041CCSMTiedke shallowNogherotto-TompkinsCLM4.5Holtslag PBL
1 year spin-up 1999
aerosol radiative forcings are diagnosed. no coupling to dynamic and thermodynamicCMIP5 solar forcing data http://solarisheppa.geomar.de/cmip5noyesCLM-default lake modelRCP4.5RCP 4.5
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DHMZCroatian Meteorological and Hydrological ServiceRegCM4.5Giorgi et al., 2012DHMZ-config6hno4kmyes, from EUR-111441CCSMnotesting in progressCLM4.5Holtslag PBL
1 year spin-up 1999
aerosol radiative forcings are diagnosed. no coupling to dynamic and thermodynamicCMIP5 solar forcing data http://solarisheppa.geomar.de/cmip5nononenoneCO2, N2O,CH4, CFC11,CFC12 + WVPresent: historical; Future: RCP8.5
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CLMcom-GUFGoethe university FrankfurtCCLM5-0-9Steppeler et al. (2003), Doms and Förstner (2004), Böhm et al. (2006), Rockel et al. (2008)Modified COSMO-DE/COSMO-SW6hno0.0275°Yes, from 0.11°1840Ritter and Geleyn 1992Tiedke shallow with reduced activityDoms et al. 2007, Baldauf and Schulz 2004TERRA-MLLouis 1979
1 year spin-up 1999
Tanré et al. (1984)1368.0 W/m²nononeFLAKE
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ETHZETH Zurich, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate ScienceCOSMO GPU
Fuhrer et al., 2014, Leutwyler et al., 2016, 2017
Similar to COSMO MeteoSwiss, described in Leutwyler et al., 2016,20171hno0.02Yes, from 0.11°5060Ritter and Geleyn 1992Yes, Tiedtke shallowDoms et al. 2007, Baldauf and Schulz 2004TERRA-ML with modifications after Schlemmer et al.Mellor and Yamada 19825 years of spinup for the intemediate step, and few months for 2.2 km (the 12km and 2.km use the same soil model)Aerocom (Kinne et al., 2006)NononoRCP8.5
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HCLIM-KNMIKNMI, Royal Netherlands Meteorological InstituteHCLIM38-AROMEHCLIM38h11hno2.5kmYes, from
RACMO2 at 0.11°
865MorcretteEDMFmICE3SURFEXHARATU1 year spin-up (1999)Tegen et al. (1997)1366 W/m²noTEBFLAKEH2O (prognostic), O3 (monthly climatologies), CO2, CH4, N2O
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JLUJustus-Liebig-University GiessenCCLM5-0-10
Steppeler et al. (2003), Doms and Förstner (2004), Böhm et al. (2006), Rockel et al. (2008)
Modified COSMO-DE/COSMO-SW6h or 3hno0.0275°No, and yes from 0.11°2350Ritter and Geleyn 1992Tiedtke 1989 shallow
Doms et al. 2007, Baldauf and Schulz 2004
TERRA-MLLouis 1979
1 year spin-up (1999)
Tanré et al. (1984)
1368.0 W/m²No and yesnonenoH2O, CO2, CH4, N2O, O3historical; RCP2.6 or RCP4.5 or RCP8.5, yearly evolution
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CLMcom-DWDDeutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, GermanyCCLM5-0-15
Steppeler et al. (2003), Doms and Förstner (2004), Böhm et al. (2006), Rockel et al. (2008)
modified COSMO-DE3hno0.0275Yes, from EUR-11 with CCLM4-8-172350Ritter and Geleyn 1992Tiedtke 1989
Doms et al. 2007, Baldauf and Schulz 2004
TERRA-MLLouis 1979Interpolated from Euro-CORDEX simulation with same model + 1 month additional spin-up
Tanré et al. [1984].
1368.0 W/m²nononeyes, FLAKEH2O, CO2, CH4, N2O, O3RCP8.5
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