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  • Monthly output from an integration of the UK Global Ocean, GO6, configuration of the NEMO (Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean) ocean and sea-ice model, forced by the DFS5.2 (Drakkar Forcing Set: Dussin et al, 2016) surface field dataset. GO6 consists of version 3.6 of NEMO and version 5.2.1 of the CICE (Community Ice CodE) sea-ice model, and the present simulation is on the global eORCA025 1/4° grid. The ocean is initialised from a climatology based on the EN3 monthly objective analysis (Ingleby and Huddleston, 2007) averaged over years 2004–2008, and is integrated from 1958 to 2015. The sea-ice fields are only available for the period 1958 to 2008. The model was run on the Archer supercomputing platform through the Rose/Cylc interface on Puma, and the run ID on the Puma system is u-ao882. The integrations were funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) under the Atlantic Climate System Integrated Study (ACSIS) project (NE/N018044/1).

  • The dataset is a Global ¼° 0-2000m ocean reanalysis for June 2016, providing temperature and salinity data. The product is based on Met Office GloSea5 reanalysis (Blockley et al. 2014), with the simple smoother algorithm applied to improve the original reanalysis. The simple smoother is designed for smooth data adjustments in sequentially generated reanalysis products by utilizing knowledge of future assimilation increments. A decay time parameter is applied to the smoother increments to account for memory decay timescales in the ocean. Further information is available in the documentation section.

  • Monthly output from an integration of the GO6 configuration of the NEMO (Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean) ocean and sea-ice model, forced by the CORE2 (Coordinated Ocean-ice Reference Experiments version 2.0) corrected inter-annual forcing (CIAF) surface field dataset. UK Global Ocean GO6 consists of version 3.6 of NEMO and version 5.2.1 of the CICE (Community Ice CodE) sea-ice model, and the present simulation is on the global eORCA025 1/4° grid. The ocean is initialised from a climatology based on the EN3 monthly objective analysis (Ingleby and Huddleston, 2007) averaged over years 2004–2008, and is integrated from 1958 to 2007. The model was run on the Archer supercomputing platform through the Rose/Cylc interface on Puma, and the run ID on the Puma system is u-ap795. The integrations were funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) under the Atlantic Climate System Integrated Study (ACSIS) project (NE/N018044/1).

  • Monthly output from an integration of the UK Global Ocean, GO6, configuration of the NEMO (Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean) ocean and sea-ice model, forced by the JRA-55 (Japanese 55-year atmospheric reanalysis: Tsujino, 2018) surface field dataset. GO6 consists of version 3.6 of NEMO and version 5.2.1 of the CICE (Community Ice CodE) sea-ice model, and the present simulation is on the global eORCA025 1/4° grid. The ocean is initialised from a climatology based on the EN3 monthly objective analysis (Ingleby and Huddleston, 2007) averaged over years 2004–2008, and is integrated from 1958 to 2020. The sea-ice fields are only available for the period 1989 to 2001. The model was run on the Archer supercomputing platform through the Rose/Cylc interface on Puma, and the run ID on the Puma system is u-ba494. The integrations were funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) under the Atlantic Climate System Integrated Study (ACSIS) project (NE/N018044/1).

  • This dataset contains coupled physical-biogeochemical ocean second generation Met Office (HadGEM2-ES) simulation outputs using the 1 degree NEMO-HadOCC model. The model output contains 3D Digital Image Correlation (DIC), alkalinity, temperature and salinity datasets at annualy-averaged frequency and monthly averaged surface ocean CO2 fugacities and fluxes. Job IDs included in this dataset are: HadGEM2-ES surface fluxes (2099 for rcp85 not resolved yet) (runs started on 26th July) RCP85: u-ao789 (nov 2099)(copy from u-ao559,change model name, restart path, and surface fluxes files) RCP26: u-ao790 (nov 2099) (copy from u-ao789,change rcp26 surface fluxes) Constant atm CO2 RCP85: u-ao791 (nov 2099) (copy from u-ao789 with cst atm changes) RCP26: u-ao793 (nov 2099) copy from u-ao790 with cst atm changes) This data was collected in support of CURBCO2: Carbon Uptake Revisited - Biases Corrected using Ocean Observations, a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) funded project (NERC Grant NE/P015042/1). The overarching aim of this project was to provide UK and international governments with the best possible impartial information from which they can plan how best to work towards the global warming targets (the 'Paris Agreement') set at the Paris Climate Conference in December 2015.

  • This dataset contains coupled physical-biogeochemical ocean second generation Canadian Earth System Model (CanESM2) simulation outputs using the 1 degree NEMO-HadOCC model. The model output contains 3D Digital Image Correlation (DIC), alkalinity, temperature and salinity datasets at annualy-averaged frequency and monthly averaged surface ocean CO2 fugacities and fluxes. Job IDs included in this dataset: CanESM2 surface fluxes (started on 18th for first, 21st for second, and on the 19th for other 2): RCP85: u-ao419 RCP26: u-ao519 Constant atm CO2: RCP85: u-ao529 RCP26: u-ao531 (reduce walltime for nemo to test) This data was collected in support of CURBCO2: Carbon Uptake Revisited - Biases Corrected using Ocean Observations, a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) funded project (NERC Grant NE/P015042/1). The overarching aim of this project was to provide UK and international governments with the best possible impartial information from which they can plan how best to work towards the global warming targets (the 'Paris Agreement') set at the Paris Climate Conference in December 2015.

  • This dataset contains coupled physical-biogeochemical ocean second generation Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL-ESM2M) simulation outputs using the 1 degree NEMO-HadOCC model. The model output contains 3D Digital Image Correlation (DIC), alkalinity, temperature and salinity datasets at annualy-averaged frequency and monthly averaged surface ocean CO2 fugacities and fluxes. Job IDs included in this dataset are: GFDL-ESM2M surface fluxes (started on 19th July ~14h): RCP85: u-ao541 (copy from u-ao419, change model names, restart + reduce walltime for nemo to test ) RCP26: u-ao551 (copy from u-ao541 and change rcp26 surface fluxes) Constant atm CO2: RCP85: u-ao552 (copy from u-ao541 with cst atm changes) RCP26: u-ao554 (copy from u-ao551 with cst atm changes) This data was collected in support of CURBCO2: Carbon Uptake Revisited - Biases Corrected using Ocean Observations, a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) funded project (NERC Grant NE/P015042/1). The overarching aim of this project was to provide UK and international governments with the best possible impartial information from which they can plan how best to work towards the global warming targets (the 'Paris Agreement') set at the Paris Climate Conference in December 2015.

  • This dataset collection contains coupled physical-biogeochemical ocean simulations model output using the 1 degree NEMO-HadOCC model. The model output contains 3D Digital Image Correlation (DIC), alkalinity, temperature and salinity datasets at annualy-averaged frequency and monthly averaged surface ocean CO2 fugacities and fluxes. This data was collected in support of CURBCO2: Carbon Uptake Revisited - Biases Corrected using Ocean Observations, a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) funded project (NERC Grant NE/P015042/1). The overarching aim of this project was to provide UK and international governments with the best possible impartial information from which they can plan how best to work towards the global warming targets (the 'Paris Agreement') set at the Paris Climate Conference in December 2015.

  • This dataset contains coupled physical-biogeochemical ocean second generation Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace (IPSL-CM5A-LR) simulation outputs using the 1 degree NEMO-HadOCC model. The model output contains 3D Digital Image Correlation (DIC), alkalinity, temperature and salinity datasets at annualy-averaged frequency and monthly averaged surface ocean CO2 fugacities and fluxes. Job IDs included in this dataset are: IPSL-CM5A-LR surface fluxes: RCP85: u-ao559 (copy from u-ao419, change model names, restart + reduce walltime for nemo to test) Failed in nemo_cice 20431201: v10 not found in y2044 (and same for the years after) => download,merge,transfer,re-run => fixed RCP26: u-ao562 (copy from u-ao559 and change rcp26 surface fluxes) Constant atm CO2: RCP85: u-ao563 (copy from u-ao559 with cst atm changes) RCP26: u-ao564 (copy from u-ao562 with cst atm changes) This data was collected in support of CURBCO2: Carbon Uptake Revisited - Biases Corrected using Ocean Observations, a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) funded project (NERC Grant NE/P015042/1). The overarching aim of this project was to provide UK and international governments with the best possible impartial information from which they can plan how best to work towards the global warming targets (the 'Paris Agreement') set at the Paris Climate Conference in December 2015.

  • The dataset contains oxygen stable isotope and salinity measurements from water samples collected from sea ice and meltwater pools in April 2016 in the region of South Georgia, Signy and deep within the Weddell Sea pack ice during the marine survey JR15006. The d18O and salinity measurements from sea ice and meltwater sources complement the same analysis from CTD casts and underway non-toxic flow water system on the RRS James Clark Ross during the JR15006. Establishing d18O and salinity values for saline water and oceanic freshwater components can be used to identify sources and changes of freshwater contributions to the ocean.