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  • These data were produced to contribute towards the EU ENSEMBLES project. The agzkb model run was a historic anthropogenic experiment. The boundary conditions of this experiment were as follows: Time-varying from 1859 to 2000, well-mixed greenhouse gases (GHGs), ozone emissions datasets, sulphate and carbonaceous aerosols, land surface/vegetation, constant volcanic stratospheric aerosols & Solar irradiance. These data are provided in the Met Office PP format, but tools are available to extract subsets in NetCDF and other formats.

  • These data were produced to contribute towards the EU ENSEMBLES project. The ahhpa model run was a Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (SRES) experiment. The A1 scenarios are of an integrated world with the B subset specifically focussing on a balanced emphasis on all energy sources (as opposed to an emphasis on fossil fuels/non-fossil fuel energy sources). The boundary conditions of this experiment were as follows: Time-varying from 1999 to 2100, well-mixed greenhouse gases (GHGs), ozone emissions datasets, land surface/vegetation, constant volcanic stratospheric aerosols & Solar irradiance. These data are provided in the Met Office PP format, but tools are available to extract subsets in NetCDF and other formats.

  • These data were produced to contribute towards the EU ENSEMBLES project. The aiklc model run was a Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (SRES) experiment. The A1 scenarios are of an integrated world with the B subset specifically focussing on a balanced emphasis on all energy sources (as opposed to an emphasis on fossil fuels/non-fossil fuel energy sources). The aiklc run specifically had additional aerosol diagnostics and model evolution. The boundary conditions of this experiment were as follows: Time-varying from 1999 to 2100, well-mixed greenhouse gases (GHGs), ozone emissions datasets, land surface/vegetation, constant volcanic stratospheric aerosols & Solar irradiance. These data are provided in the Met Office PP format, but tools are available to extract subsets in NetCDF and other formats.

  • These data were produced to contribute towards the EU ENSEMBLES project. The ahisb model run was a Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (SRES) experiment. The E1 scenario follows a pathway towards eventual stabilisation of atmospheric CO2 equivalent at 450 ppmv in the 22nd century after an overshoot just above 500 ppmv in the mid 21st century. These data are provided in the Met Office PP format, but tools are available to extract subsets in NetCDF and other formats.

  • These data were produced to contribute towards the EU ENSEMBLES project. The ahnde model run was a Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (SRES) experiment. The A1 scenarios are of an integrated world with the B subset specifically focussing on a balanced emphasis on all energy sources (as opposed to an emphasis on fossil fuels/non-fossil fuel energy sources). The ahnde run specifically had additional aerosol diagnostics and model evolution. The boundary conditions of this experiment were as follows: Time-varying from 1999 to 2100, well-mixed greenhouse gases (GHGs), ozone emissions datasets, land surface/vegetation, constant volcanic stratospheric aerosols & Solar irradiance. These data are provided in the Met Office PP format, but tools are available to extract subsets in NetCDF and other formats.

  • These data were produced to contribute towards the EU ENSEMBLES project. The ahisb model run was a Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (SRES) experiment. The E1 scenario follows a pathway towards eventual stabilisation of atmospheric CO2 equivalent at 450 ppmv in the 22nd century after an overshoot just above 500 ppmv in the mid 21st century. These data are provided in the Met Office PP format, but tools are available to extract subsets in NetCDF and other formats.