ID-18 : AFES AMIP-type experiment
AFES AMIP-type experiment
By using AFES, which is an atmospheric general circulation model develped at JAMSTEC, we investigate influence of sea ice and mid- and high-latitude ocean on the atmospheric circulation from the view point of potential predictability.
The horizontal resolutions of AFES are T119 (about 100km) and T239 (about 50km).
Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo
Funding Information Other Funding Details
ArCS Theme 5 : Study on Arctic climate predictability
Project Name: Belmont Forum: InterDec
Abstract (Brief description of the experiment contents (initial conditions, boundary conditions, etc.))
The initial condition is taken from every 1st January of a 20-year climatological expriment in which climatological-mean sea surface temperatures (SSTs) and sea ice are prescribed. There are four experiments: (i) observed SSTs and sea ice are presribed, (ii) observed SST and climatological sea ice are prescribed, (iii) climatological SST and observed sea ice are prescribed, and (iv) climatological SSTs and sea ice are prescribed. There are 20 ensemble members for each of experiments.
|Temporal Characteristics||data set : daily-mean|
Article (the article written using this data)
Okajima, S., H. Nakamura, K. Nishii, T. Miyasaka, A. Kuwano-Yoshida, B. Taguchi, M. Mori, Y. Kosaka: Mechanisms for the Maintenance of Wintertime Basin-Scale Atmospheric Response to Decadal SST Variability in the North Pacific Subarctic Frontal Zone, J. Climate, 31, 297-315, 2018
|Roll||Contact Person||Name||Kazuaki Nishii||Affiliation||Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University||Country||Japanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
08:31 on Tue July 5, 2016
01:45 on Wed January 22, 2020