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File text/texmacs IS-ENES2_D5.2_Assessment of impact communities’ requirements
This report aims at evaluating and improving the climate4impact portal in view of users' requirements and needs. Several types of users have been considered in this analysis. Key conclusions and perspectives for further development of climate4impact and climate data portals have been identified.
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File IS-ENES2_D5.3_Report on basic data access protocols and data quality control
The deliverable aims at summarizing the present status of standards in various projects of Earth System science. It refers to data quality and data access, legal and technical, in order to ease interdisciplinary data exchange from/to the European climate community. The situation is refereed with respect to various European projects. Different aspects of existing standards are reviewed, for a legal standard a recommendation is given. This report is based on the results of interviews and literature analyses as given in Milestones MS5.2 on Consultation on Data Access Protocols and MS5.3 Consultation on Quality Control Requirements of the IS-ENES2 project.
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File text/texmacs IS-ENES2_D5.4_ENES Data Service Infrastructure requirements
The Infrastructure Support for the European Network of Earth System Modelling for climate (IS-ENES2) project has contributed to a range of vocabularies used for managing climate data. The vocabularies facilitate efficient management and dissemination of climate data. This work complements work done in WP11 on meta-data services and reported in D11.4. The vocabularies described here are designed for use in file meta-data: in the naming of files and the internal meta-data.
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File IS-ENES2_D6.1_Report on access rights for CMIP5 and CORDEX for commercial use_Submited version
Institutions submitting data to the CMIP5 archive can specify one of two licenses for use of their data, one of which prohibits comAmbesrctiraal ucste of the data. This prohibition is also inherited by derived data products, unless an exemption is granted by a data supplier. The CORDEX regionally downscaled data can thus inherit restrictions imposed on CMIP5 data used to provide the large scale forcing. This deliverable summarises the status quo, based on correspondence with the relevant data providers and with Karl Taylor, who is leading the CMIP5 archive activity.
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File IS-ENES2_D6.2_Report on needs for climate services
In the context of the emergence of climate services, this report on « Needs for climate services » emphasizes the links between the IS-ENES infrastructure and needs for climate services in Europe. It compiles the information collected regarding the needs for climate services in Europe from different workshops and explains what IS-ENES infrastructure can contribute to climate services and provides recommendations for future activities.
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File IS-ENES2_D6.3_Prototype master classes for SMEs and corporates
This deliverable presents a prototype masterclass on the use of climate services for SMEs and larger business. The prototype course is tailored to the needs of companies to enhance their skill to translate CMIP5 and CORDEX data to address their clients' policy challenges. The course uses real life case studies and active dialogue among climate experts and company representatives. A first attempt to test this prototype with SME representatives failed due to a disappointing number of participants. After this the prototype was successfully tested in a Wageningen University course with 50 international master students and this document reports on both the course and on lessons learned.
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File IS-ENES2_D6.4_Report on Collaboration between ENES and HPC companies
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File SIS package IS-ENES2_D9.1_HR ESM Initial performance analysis_Submitted Version
The list of software components participating in the the multi-model multi-member, high- resolution coupled climate simulation experiments is established. A new set of metrics for the computational performance of Earth System Models is developed and used for an initial performance analysis of the models contributing to JRA1.
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File IS-ENES2_D9.2_HR ESM performance resulting from OASIS updates
The efficiency of core OASIS3-MCT coupler functionalities (interpolation+communication) grows with a factor of ten compared to the former OASIS3 performances. Together with a better estimation of load balancing in our coupled systems, this work had a positive impact on coupling efficiency in our HR M4 simulations. Ideas on OASIS coupling future challenges are discussed to prepare our Earth System Models to Exascale supercomputing.
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File IS-ENES2_D9.3_Assessment report on Autosubmit, Cylc and ecFlow
D-9.3, “Assessment report on Autosubmit, Cylc and ecFlow”, is a deliverable due in month 36, ahead of the deliverable D-9.6 “Multi-model multi-member (M4) high resolution (HR) Earth System Model (ESM) ensemble performance analysis”. In the context of work package 9, IC3/BSC in collaboration with the Met Office, have set up three tools to design workflows and monitor experiments: Autosubmit, Cylc and ecFlow. The three scheduling and submission systems have been tested and evaluated with regard to the suitability for M4 HR experiments. GloSea5 operational seasonal forecast system and EC-Earth3 decadal hindcast have been prototyped with several workflow configurations in order to compare the differences and assess the suitability of the three tools for M4 HR experiments.
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IS-ENES3 has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824084