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  • EarthWorks is a high-resolution, coupled, global storm-resolving Earth System Model which is aimed at both weather and climate applications. All components share the same geodesic grid. The target grid spacing is 3.75 km for all components, and the target performance is one simulated year per wall clock day by 2025. While EarthWorks uses the CESM framework, its atmosphere, ocean and sea ice components are based on the MPAS (“Model for Prediction Across Scales”) dynamical cores. These components are coupled using the CMEPS (Community Mediator for Earth Prediction Systems) developed for CESM. Our presentation will focus on the results of both fully coupled and AMIP simulations with various horizontal grid spacings. We will also mention various problems encountered and overcome along the way.

publication date

  • May 15, 2023

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  • closed

Date in CU Experts

  • February 28, 2023 10:37 AM

Full Author List

  • Randall D; Hurrell J; Gettelman A; Skamarock W; Dazlich D; Hauser T; Mickelson S; Medeiros B; Sun L

author count

  • 9

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