Links


Climate and Weather Information

ENSO Information (NOAA PMEL)

Climate Prediction Center (NOAA CPC)

CFSv2 Forecast of Weekly Climate Anomalies

Current ENSO state (BOM)

IRI ENSO forecast

S2S sub-seasonal and seasonal forecast

UH Weather

Oahu Surf Forecast (NOAA)

Wunderground Hurricane site

NASA Worldview

NASA Worldview (centered on Antarctic sea ice)

Climate Data Archives

Climate Explorer (KNMI)

APDRC Climate Data

NOAA Climate Data

IRI Climate Data Archive

CMIP

Hurricane Track Density

SWING2

Ocean reanalysis products (University of Hamburg)

Global River Discharge Database

CPC Soil Moisture

WHOI Objectively Analyzed air-sea fluxes (OAFlux)

Met Office EN4 subsurface ocean temperature and salinity

CAM5 radiative kernels (Pendergrass)

CAM3 radiative kernels (Shell)

Networks

SCRIM Network on Github

MCRN Network on Hubzero

Education and interesting Blogs

Wolfram Alpha

MetED (UCAR)

Isaac Held's Climate Blog

UH Manoa Library


Some Useful Software

Climate Data Operators (CDO)

NCAR Command Language (NCL)

Ferret (NOAA PMEL)

GNU Octave

GrADS

Panoply

TeXShop

NetCDF

Intel Compilers

OpenMPI

MatCont (Bifurcation analysis)

SSA-MTM Toolkit for spectral analysis

TISEAN (nonlinear time series analysis)

ACE (Alternating Conditional Expectation) algorithm for Matlab

STILT (R package for time series emulation)

EMD (empirical mode decomposition)

FastKDE (kernel density estimation)


Python related

Python documentation
Anaconda distribution
Learnpythonthehardway
Scipy module
Netcdf4 for python
Matplotlib
Matplotlib basemap
PyFerret
PyNGL (NCL)
Climlab (Brian Rose)
Jupyter

High Performance Computing

University of Southern California (USC) High Performance Computing Center (HPCC)

Yellowstone

    - [SAM charges]

University of Hawai'i HPC


General Circulating Models (GCMs)

GFDL General Circulation Models

NCAR Community Earth System Model (CESM)

    - [Experiments]
    - [Overview]
    - [Supported Components]
    - [CCSM4 Timing Table]
    - [CESM Forum]

MITgcm



Some intermediate complexity models

Cane and Zebiak Model

SPEEDY AGCM

Linear Baroclinic Model (LBM)

LOSCAR

LOVECLIM

cGENIE

PlaSim (Uni Hamburg Planet Simulator)

University of Chicago online climate models

Some Integrated Assessment models (IAMs)

MADIAMS (Hasselmann et al.)

CDICE/DOECLIM (Garner, Reed, and Keller)


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