Cgcm

CCCma (Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis) is a division of the Climate Research Branch of the Meteorological Service of Canada of Environment Canada based out of the University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia. Its purpose is to contribute to research in climate modelling and climate change. Since 2000, CCCma has produced three atmosphere and three coupled atmosphere-ocean GCMs.

Models

  • AGCM1 The first generation atmospheric general circulation model
  • AGCM2 The second generation atmospheric general circulation model
  • AGCM3 The third generation atmospheric general circulation model, uses the Canadian Land Surface Scheme
  • CGCM1 The first generation coupled global climate model
  • CGCM2 The second generation coupled global climate model
  • CGCM3.1 The third generation coupled global climate model

See also

References

External links

  • www.cccma.ec.gc.ca official website
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