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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 … ...
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The ERA-15 production system generated re-analyses for 15 years (1979-1993) using a special version of their 1995 operational data assimilation system and model. The resulting analyses include full model resolution analyses or reduced resolution analyses and … ...
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ERA-40 is an ECMWF re-analysis of the global atmosphere and surface conditions for 45-years, over the period from September 1957 through August 2002. An atlas of key atmospheric variables was produced for ERA-40 … ECMWF Reanalysis - 40 years … ECMWF … ERA-40 … ...
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ERA-Interim is a global atmospheric reanalysis from 1979, continuously updated in real time. The data products include a variety of surface parameters, describing weather as well as ocean-wave and land-surface conditions. It further includes parameters … ...
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… observations of surface pressure and surface marine winds only. It is an outcome of the ERA-CLIM project. Product … soil layers), and the ocean waves (on 25 frequencies and 12 directions). The horizontal resolution is approximately 125 … from  ISPDv3.2.6  and  ICOADSv2.5.1 , and surface marine winds from ICOADSv2.5.1. The assimilation methodology is … ...
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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 … ...
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There are two versions of the ERA-20CM atmospheric model integrations. Each is comprised of a 10-member ensemble using: Radiative forcing from CMIP5 Sea-surface temperature (SST) and sea ice cover from HadISST2 Overview of the ERA-20CM versions Ensemble … ...
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Atmospheric model Analysis runs for the four main synoptic hours 00, 06, 12 and 18 UTC; forecast runs out to 10 days based on the 00/12 UTC analysis forecast. Data is produced at the surface, on model levels, pressure levels, isentropic levels and levels of … ...
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