[Liwg-core] [Cesm2control] simulations to focus on
M.Vizcaino at tudelft.nl
Fri Jun 2 13:54:44 MDT 2017
Thanks for forwarding
it would be quite useful to see how sea-ice responds to the warming
I don’t understand which warming he means here, if he is referring to 169 (PI) ? Or does he mean warming in 125.cmip6? Or maybe 169 warming with respect to other runs?
On 2 Jun 2017, at 17:25, Bill Sacks <sacks at ucar.edu<mailto:sacks at ucar.edu>> wrote:
In reply to Miren's recent query:
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From: Jean-Francois Lamarque <lamar at ucar.edu<mailto:lamar at ucar.edu>>
Subject: [Cesm2control] simulations to focus on
Date: May 30, 2017 at 2:14:10 PM MDT
To: cesm2control <cesm2control at cgd.ucar.edu<mailto:cesm2control at cgd.ucar.edu>>
sorry to have missed the meeting this morning but the thesis' defense I
was attending was much longer than planned. In any case, we should focus
on the analysis of 125.cmip6 (20th) and 169 (PI). In particular, I think it would be quite
important to look at the latter to identify potential issues, but also improvements.
In particular, it would be quite useful to see how sea-ice responds to the warming.
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