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  1. Licence: 
    Type: 
    Miscellaneous/Special
    Range: 
    Archive/Analysis
  2. The objective of UERRA is to produce ensembles of European regional meteorological reanalyses of Essential Climate Variables (ECVs) for several decades and to estimate the associated uncertainties in the data sets. It also includes recovery of historical (last century) data. UERRA datasets come from 5 Numerical Weather Predication models: COSMO, HARMONIE, MESAN, MESCAN-SURFEX and UM/4DVAR.

    Licence: 
    Type: 
    Miscellaneous/Special, Reanalysis (regional)
  3. TIGGE is a key component of THORPEX: a World Weather Research Programme to accelerate the improvements in the accuracy of 1-day to 2 week high-impact weather forecasts for the benefit of humanity. Global ensemble forecasts to around 14 days generated routinely at different centres around the world. Currently data from ECMWF, JMA (Japan), Met Office (UK), CMA (China), NCEP (USA), MSC (Canada), MÊtÊo-France, BOM (Australia), CPTEC (Brazil) and KMA (Korea) is archived.

    The TIGGE dataset consists of ensemble forecast data from 10 global NWP centres, starting from October 2006.

    Licence: 
    Type: 
    Miscellaneous/Special, Multi-model
    Period: 
    from October 2006 to present
  4. S2S is a WWRP/THORPEX-WCRP joint research project established to improve forecast skill and understanding on the sub-seasonal to seasonal time scale, and promote its uptake by operational centres and exploitation by the applications community.

    Licence: 
    s2s
    Type: 
    Miscellaneous/Special, Multi-model
    Period: 
    from January 2015 to present
  5. The Monitoring Atmospheric Composition and Climate (MACC) Reanalysis is a global reanalysis data set of atmospheric composition (AC), made available by the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS).  The dataset covers the period 2003 to 2012.

    The spatial resolution of the data set is approximately 80 km (T255 spectral) on 60 vertical levels from the surface up to 0.1 hPa for the analysed species and 1.125° by 1.125° at the same 60 levels for the other chemical species.

    Licence: 
    Type: 
    Reanalysis (global)
    Keywords: 
    Atmosphere, Atmospheric composition, Nitrogen, Ozone, P10, P2.5, Ammonia, CO2, CH4, N2O
    Period: 
    from January 2003 to December 2012
    Range: 
    Archive/Analysis
  6. Multi-model seasonal forecast (STREAM=MMSF)

    The original data in daily and subdaily frequencies for all the individual members from each one of the forecasting systems. Both forecast and hindcasts are included here.

    Multi-model seasonal forecast atmospheric monthly means (STREAM=MSMM)

    Monthly aggregated values (average, minimum, maximum and standard deviation) for the individual members. Both forecast and hindcas are included here.

    Licence: 
    Type: 
    Miscellaneous/Special, Multi-model
  7. ERA-20C is ECMWF's first atmospheric reanalysis of the 20th century, from 1900-2010. It assimilates observations of surface pressure and surface marine winds only. It is an outcome of the ERA-CLIM project.

    Licence: 
    Type: 
    Reanalysis (global)
    Keywords: 
    Atmosphere, Ocean waves, Land surface
    Period: 
    from January 1900 to December 2010
  8. Uses a sophisticated data assimilation methodology which includes a model bias correction. The ocean model used is forced by atmospheric daily surface fluxes, relaxed to SST and bias corrected.

    https://climatedataguide.ucar.edu/climate-data/oras4-ecmwf-ocean-reanalysis-and-derived-ocean-heat-content

    Licence: 
    Type: 
    Reanalysis (global)
    Keywords: 
    Atmosphere, Ocean waves, Land surface
    Period: 
    from January 1900 to December 2010
    Range: 
    Archive/Analysis
  9. Type: 
    Reanalysis (global), Observation feedback
    Keywords: 
    Atmosphere, Ocean waves, Ocean sub-surface, Land surface, Sea ice
    Period: 
    from January 2008 to December 2016
  10. CERA-20C is the ECMWF 10-member ensemble of coupled climate reanalyses of the 20th century, from 1901-2010. It is based on the CERA assimilation system, which assimilates only surface pressure and marine wind observations as well as ocean temperature and salinity profiles. It is available on 37 pressure levels.

    It is an outcome of the ERA-CLIM2 project.

    Licence: 
    Type: 
    Reanalysis (global), Observation feedback
    Keywords: 
    Atmosphere, Ocean waves, Ocean sub-surface, Land surface, Sea ice
    Period: 
    from January 1901 to December 2010
    Range: 
    Archive/Analysis