These CAM6 Data Assimilation Research Testbed (DART) Reanalysis data products are designed to facilitate a broad variety of research using NCAR's CESM2 models, ranging from model evaluation to (ensemble) hindcasting, data assimilation experiments, and sensitivity studies. They come from an 80 member ensemble reanalysis of the global troposphere and stratosphere using DART and CAM6 from CESM2.1. The data products represent the actual states of the atmosphere during 2 recent decades at a 1 degree horizontal resolution and 6 hourly frequency. Each ensemble member is an equally likely description of the atmosphere, and is also consistent with dynamics and physics of CAM6. Visit DART Reanalysis for details.
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Data Assimilation Research Section, Computational & Information Systems, National Center for Atmospheric Research, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
Raeder, Kevin, Timothy J. Hoar, Mohamad El Gharamti, Benjamin K. Johnson, Nancy Collins, Jeffrey L. Anderson, Jeff Steward and Mick Coady, 2021: A new CAM6 + DART reanalysis with surface forcing from CAM6 to other CESM models Scientific Reports, 11, 16384 (DOI: 10.1038/s41598-021-92927-0).
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