WACCMWhole Atmosphere Community Climate Model
WACCMWorld Association for Chinese Church Music
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Based in Perth, WACCM is built on the premise that scholarly and creative work emerging on the peripheral setting of one of the most isolated cities in the world speaks to hidden norms, expected conventions and un-interrogated customs of other parts of the country and the world--gender is no less one of these customary practices that calls for an interrogative response.
This special issue of Outskirts has been edited by Kyra Clarke (Massey University), Rob Cover (University of Western Australia), Lauren O'Mahony (Murdoch University), Debbie Rodan (Edith Cowan University), and Michele Willson (Curtin University) as part of The West Australian Communication, Culture and Media group (WACCM).
WACCM was founded in December 2014 to improve networking and develop Western Australian research in media, culture and communication.
Three time-slice simulations are also designed and run in a state-of-the-art CCM (WACCM) to explore the effects of stratospheric ozone depletion and elevated GHGs on the BDC.
The time-slice experiments conducted using WACCM imply that the southern downwelling in response to the stratospheric ozone depletion is larger than that in response to elevated concentrations of GHGs, but that the latter plays a more important role in the northern downwelling.
ANZCA will be sponsoring a number of events like 'Digging the Data' and WACCM this year, so make sure you keep an eye on your ANZCA mailing list for more information about how to join in.
i) We employ the state-of-the-art Community Earth System Model, version 1, using the Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model [CESM1(WACCM)] as its atmospheric component, which provides a comprehensive representation of atmospheric conditions in both the troposphere and stratosphere (Mills et al.
iii) We use a feedback-control algorithm coupled to CESM1(WACCM) that annually adjusts the amount of sulfur injection at each of the four locations, based on departures of the simulation from chosen objectives from the previous years.
The atmospheric model, WACCM, uses a 0.9[degrees] latitude x 1.25[degrees] longitude grid with 70 vertical layers reaching up to 140 km (~[10.sup.-6] hPa).
The RCP8.5 simulations are started in 2010 using atmospheric initial conditions from a CESM1(WACCM) free-running historical simulation, following the RCP8.5 emission scenario (after 2005), as described by Mills et al.
Polvani, 2013: Climate change from 1850 to 2005 simulated in CESM1(WACCM).
f09_g16.005 f09_f09.001 Years (b) 1,500 years, years 2,000 years, years 400-1500 released 1-1999 released Prognostic Atmosphere, ocean, Atmosphere, land model land, sea ice components Forcing Preindustrial (1850), Preindustrial Whole Atmosphere (1850) with Community Climate prescribed monthly Model (WACCM) mean sea surface ozone forcing (c) temperature and sea ice averaged over years 402- 1510 of the 1850 control,WACCM ozone forcing (c) Initialization Jan mean present-day 1 Jan, year 402 potential temperature of 1850 coupled and salinity from PHC2 control for dataset for ocean, atmosphere and previous CESM 1 (CAM5) land.