CDI is a C and Fortran Interface to access Climate and NWP model Data.
Supported data formats are GRIB, netCDF, SERVICE, EXTRA and IEG.
- Earth System Model Environment
Welcome to the MPI-M's Earth System Model Environment!¶
The ESM Environment hosts a number of small tools that are used for preparing, running, and evaluating experiments with the MPI-M's earth system models.
Make Experiments! - Run-script generation for earth system models¶
Make Experiments! (mkexp) contains a set of tools for preparing experiments with the MPI-M's earth system models.
Perversion - version control for input data¶
Perversion (pvn) provides a version control system for sets of large data files where all versions need to be accessible immediately.
NCL Shell (nclsh) is a replacement for calling the NCAR Command Language (NCL) directly whenever you need to pass command line arguments to NCL without twisting your fingers into a knot.
Self is a fortran library that provides maps and vectors for arbitrary typed items
This project aims to provide time, calendar, and event handling for model applications.
- cdo - Climate Data Operators
Project Acronym: AQ-WATCH
Project title: Air Quality: Worldwide Analysis and Forecasting of Atmospheric Composition for Health
Grant agreement number: 870301
Duration: 36 months
Start date: 1 January 2020 (this is also the start date for the eligibility of costs)...
- ICON :: Icosahedral Nonhydrostatic Weather and Climate Model
The ICON modelling framework is a joint project between the German Weather Service and the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology for developing a unified next-generation global numerical weather prediction and climate modelling system. The ICON model has been introduced into DWD's operational forecast system in January 2015....
- ICON License
ICON Framework Code Personal non-commercial Research License Registration¶
There's a general guideline describing the two types of licenses for the ICON framework Code available at: How_to_obtain_the_model_code.
The Instructions_to_obtain_the_ICON_model_code_with_a_personal_non-commercial_research_license explain, how to file a request to access the Code with a personal non commercial research license by opening an issue in the ISSUES section of this site....
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