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File PDF document D10.4 - User service package
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File PDF document D11.4 - Software Code and e-impact-portal full documentation
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File PDF document D11.5 - Report and manuscript journal paper on key characteristics for a prototype of an e-based pan-European climate data service network
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File Troff document IS-ENES Final Report
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File Troff document IS-ENES2_D1.1_RP1_report_Submitted Version
First periodic report submitted to the European Commission in November 2014.
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File IS-ENES2_D2.1_Update of ENES governance rules
In support to its infrastructure activities, ENES Board has created two task forces. These task forces advise ENES on all issues relevant to High Performance Computing and to data infrastructure, to support and exploit climate simulations in Europe. This document presents their terms of reference and membership as of March 2017.
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File IS-ENES2_D2.2_2nd European School on Earth System and Climate Modelling_Submitted Version
The Second European Scholl on Earth System and Climate Modeling took place at the Barcelona Supercomputing Centre in Barcelona, Spain, from June 10th to 20th 2014, organized jointly by the MPI for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany, the National Centre for Atmospheric Research, Reading, UK, and the Barcelona Supercomputing Centre, Barcelona, Spain under the auspices of the European Network for Earth System Modeling as part of the IS-ENES2 WP 1. 30 students, of which 15 were male and 7 were not from the EU, participated. 3 Models were set-up, run, and compared, 18 Lectures were given, and about 500 person-hours were spent on tutorship. Participants were very satisfied by the school providing insightful recommendations for the next school, too. There was a slight deviation from the work plan, illuminated in the text. The next school is planned by NCAS for 2016, to be held at FMI, Helsinki, Finland.
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File IS-ENES2_D2.3_White paper on ESM evaluation needs and infrastructure
Evaluation of multi-model ensemble results on the evolution of the climate and Earth system requires a dedicated infrastructure to ensure access, processing, and combination of model data with observations. The article Eyring et al., Towards improved and more routine Earth system model evaluation in CMIP is available in open access at Earth System Dynamics Discussions, http://www.earth-syst-dynam-discuss.net/esd-2016-26/. The paper outlines the infrastructure requirements to ensure a smooth evaluation process under CMIP. The article integrates requests from a series of scientists from the global Earth system modelling community and should help to coordinate different efforts in the field and motivate funding agencies as well as research institutions for new projects towards ESM infrastructures.
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File IS-ENES2_D2.4_3rd European School on Earth System and Climate Modelling
The Third European School on Earth System and Climate Modeling took place at the Center for Scientific Computing CSC in Helsinki, Finland, from June 08 – 22 2016, organized jointly by the National Centre for Atmospheric Research, Reading, UK, the MPI for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany, and the Barcelona Supercomputing Centre, Barcelona, Spain under the auspices of the European Network for Earth System Modeling as part of the IS-ENES2 WP 1. 28 students, of which 16 were male and 5 non-EU, participated. Three Models were set-up, run, and inter-compared. Eighteen full lectures were given, and about 440 person-hours were spent on one-to-one tutorials. Participants were very satisfied by the school providing also insightful recommendations for any future school.
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File IS-ENES2_D2.5_ENES governance report on software sharing
All software needs governance and this paper defines and considers community governance. That is, the process by which a wider community can influence the decision making and quality control. A number of examples relevant to the IS-ENES2 project are analysed and the paper recognises that a range of approaches is required depending on the software functionality, how it is used, how it is developed and institutional and cultures. Recommendations are made on approaches and things to consider when setting up community governance. This paper also notes that a new approach to start with a governance of standards in advance of software governance may encourage more software sharing.
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