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CESM2-LENS MOAR Output

pnicknish2

Paul Nicknish
New Member
Hello,
This is my first time posting on the forum, so please let me know if this question should go somewhere else!

I am trying to use the CESM2 LENS MOAR 1400-year control run for an analysis. The website says that the MOAR data will likely be available by mid-October 2021. I was wondering if it is available yet, and if so where I would be able to access and download the data? And if it is not available, is there any expected date of availability?

Thank you for your help!
Paul
 

strandwg

Moderator
Staff member
Hello,
This is my first time posting on the forum, so please let me know if this question should go somewhere else!

I am trying to use the CESM2 LENS MOAR 1400-year control run for an analysis. The website says that the MOAR data will likely be available by mid-October 2021. I was wondering if it is available yet, and if so where I would be able to access and download the data? And if it is not available, is there any expected date of availability?

Thank you for your help!
Paul

The CESM2-LE 1400 year control is part of our CMIP6 submission, so data from it are available via ESGF.
 

pnicknish2

Paul Nicknish
New Member
The CESM2-LE 1400 year control is part of our CMIP6 submission, so data from it are available via ESGF.
Thank you for your help! When I look at the variable source ID's, the only ones for CESM2 are as follows:
  • CESM2 (174615)
  • CESM2-FV2 (6957)
  • CESM2-WACCM (31945)
  • CESM2-WACCM-FV2
Is the CESM2-LE included in one of these?
 

strandwg

Moderator
Staff member
Thank you for your help! When I look at the variable source ID's, the only ones for CESM2 are as follows:
  • CESM2 (174615)
  • CESM2-FV2 (6957)
  • CESM2-WACCM (31945)
  • CESM2-WACCM-FV2
Is the CESM2-LE included in one of these?

The piControl you want is called "CESM2_piControl_r1i1p1f1".
 
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