Simulations to explore impact of calibration of model parameters on climate sensitivity



Raw data used in study, in preparation, by Tett et al. PP data, is a format used by the Met Office for its weather and climate model data output. Data can be read by the Iris Python module from conda-forge. See for documentaton on the package.

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This study investigates the hypothesis that a significant portion of spread in climate model projections of sea ice is due to poorly-constrained model parameters. New automated methods for optimization are applied to multiple parameters and the strength of the climate feedbacks investigated with a suite of standard coupled simulations. This dataset supports a manuscript which, at the time of deposit, is still in preparation.

Data Citation

Tett, S; Mineter, M "Simulations to explore impact of calibration of model parameters on climate sensitivity" [dataset] (2019) Edinburgh DataVault.
Date made available31 Aug 2020
PublisherEdinburgh DataVault
Date of data production1 Jan 2017 - 31 Aug 2019
Geographical coverageGlobal

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