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ModE-RAc_s14203-18501
Dr. Jörg Franke
University of Bern
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ISO 19115-2:2009
ModE-RAclim - A version of the ModE-RA reanalysis with climatological prior for sensitivity studies: Set 1420-3_1850-1
2023-04-19
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ModE-RAc_s14203-18501
doi:10.26050/WDCC/ModE-RAc_s14203-18501
Dr. Jörg Franke
University of Bern
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Email: franke@giub.unibe.ch
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Dr. Veronika Valler
University of Bern
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Dr. Jörg Franke
University of Bern
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Yuri Brugnara
University of Bern
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Angela-Maria Burgdorf
University of Bern
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Elin Lundstad
University of Bern
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Dr. Ralf Hand
University of Bern
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Dr. Eric Samakinwa
University of Bern
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Laura Lipfert
University of Bern
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Andrew Ronald Friedman
University of Bern
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Prof. Dr. Stefan Brönnimann
University of Bern
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WDC Climate at DKRZ
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Dr. Jörg Franke
University of Bern
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Paleo-Reanalyse
climate reconstruction
early instrumental measurements
historic documents
historical
large ensemble
modern era climate
palaeo reanalysis
proxy data
re-analysis
CC BY 4.0: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
eng; USA
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proleptic_gregorian
1421-01-01
2008-12-31
info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/H2020/787574/BE//PA Palaeoreanalysis To Understand Decadal Climate Variability (PALAEO-RA)
geopotential_height-at500hPa
Geopotential is the sum of the specific gravitational potential energy relative to the geoid and the specific centripetal potential energy. Geopotential height is the geopotential divided by the standard acceleration due to gravity. It is numerically similar to the altitude (or geometric height) and not to the quantity with standard name height, which is relative to the surface. [CF-Standard Name-vertical_coordinate]; unit: m
air_temperature-at2m
Air temperature is the bulk temperature of the air, not the surface (skin) temperature. [CF-Standard Name-vertical_coordinate]; unit: K
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air_pressure_at_mean_sea_level
Air pressure at sea level is the quantity often abbreviated as MSLP or PMSL. Air pressure is the force per unit area which would be exerted when the moving gas molecules of which the air is composed strike a theoretical surface of any orientation. "Mean sea level" means the time mean of sea surface elevation at a given location over an arbitrary period sufficient to eliminate the tidal signals. [CF-Standard Name]; unit: Pa
northward_wind-at850hPa
"Northward" indicates a vector component which is positive when directed northward (negative southward). Wind is defined as a two-dimensional (horizontal) air velocity vector, with no vertical component. (Vertical motion in the atmosphere has the standard name upward_air_velocity.) [CF-Standard Name-vertical_coordinate]; unit: m s-1
eastward_wind-at850hPa
"Eastward" indicates a vector component which is positive when directed eastward (negative westward). Wind is defined as a two-dimensional (horizontal) air velocity vector, with no vertical component. (Vertical motion in the atmosphere has the standard name upward_air_velocity.) [CF-Standard Name-vertical_coordinate]; unit: m s-1
precipitation_flux
In accordance with common usage in geophysical disciplines, "flux" implies per unit area, called "flux density" in physics. [CF-Standard Name]; unit: kg m-2 s-1
lagrangian_tendency_of_air_pressure-at500hPa
"tendency_of_X" means derivative of X with respect to time. The Lagrangian tendency of a quantity is its rate of change following the motion of the fluid, also called the "material derivative" or "convective derivative". The Lagrangian tendency of air pressure, often called "omega", plays the role of the upward component of air velocity when air pressure is being used as the vertical coordinate. If the vertical air velocity is upwards, it is negative when expressed as a tendency of air pressure; downwards is positive.[CF-Standard Name-vertical_coordinate]; unit: Pa s-1
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