Tag Archive: BARRA

Data for 400m Australian wide ACCESS simulation (Aus400) released

December 14, 2020 12:56 pm Published by Comments Off on Data for 400m Australian wide ACCESS simulation (Aus400) released

Version 1 of the Aus400 dataset has been released for community use. This dataset is from a simulation using a regional version (v11.4) of the Met Office unified model (the atmosphere component of The Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator, ACCESS) with 400m grid spacing over all of Australia.

CMS report: December 2019

December 7, 2019 3:00 am Published by Comments Off on CMS report: December 2019

The CMS team took part in the Australasian Leadership Computing Symposium, are preparing a grand computing challenge for the new supercomputer Gadi, have made available a CMIP6 dataset, and is in the process of porting models from Raijin.

Melb02: A climatology of precipitable water for Australia

July 17, 2019 2:00 am Published by Comments Off on Melb02: A climatology of precipitable water for Australia

The objective of the project is to use a combination of station-based measurements and reanalyses (e.g. BARRA, ERA-5) to create a climatology of precipitable water for Australia. After creating the dataset, the student will also analyse trends and variability.

CMS report – April 2019

March 27, 2019 11:32 pm Published by Comments Off on CMS report – April 2019

The CMS team reports on a range of updates to ACCESS, NU-WRF (CABLE coupled to WRF), CMIP6 data, ERA5 datasets and more.

Seminar: BARRA: A regional atmospheric reanalysis for Australia (Live streamed)

May 16, 2018 10:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Speakers: Doerte Jakob, Chun Hsu Su, Nathan Eizenberg, Peter Steinle. Video connection details (Note the change) Name: Bureau of Meteorology – R&D Seminars. Video Address – Bureau Internal:  558912. External Participants: 558912@bom.gov.au. PIN:  3099#. Audio Connection: +61 3 9900 8912 The Bureau of Meteorology Atmospheric high-resolution Regional Reanalysis for Australia (BARRA) is the first of its kind for the Australian region. The Bureau of Meteorology is making a major investment into this new dataset because of the important benefits it offers to Australia. Reanalysis datasets are... View Article