According to the CMIP5 design, BCC_CSM1.1 runs most of the experiments, BCC_CSM1.1(m) runs some core simulations. The output includes averages over a range of time scales, hours to a full year, of important physical, chemical, and biological values from the atmosphere, ocean, land, and sea-ice components of BCC_CSM1.1 and BCC_CSM1.1(m). All CMIP5 data from BCC_CSM have been published to PCMDI gateway and released. The data user also can access all of the data directly on our datanode.And the output from PMIP3 experiment also can be find in
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The objective of this project is to characterize, compare and evaluate the heating, moistening and momentum mixing processes associated with the MJO that are produced by our global weather and climate models, with a particular focus on their vertical structure. The goal is to improve our understanding of the role that convection, cloud, radiative and dynamic processes play in the development and evolution of the MJO in order to achieve better fidelity of the MJO in our global prediction models. The experimental framework takes advantage of the known links between biases seen in short-range forecasts and long-term climate simulations. Making use of the ECMWF YOTC analysis and profiling products from contemporary satellites (e.g. TRMM, CloudSat, Calipso, AIRS), along with a set of systematic and complementary model experiments, we will characterize, compare and evaluate the vertical processes associated with the MJO produced by global models.