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A tag for questions about conceptual, analytical or numerical models used in Earth science disciplines.

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with several models (e.g. each model is run twice). Alternatively, one might create an ensemble by performing several simulations performed with one model. Each simulation is disturbed by some noise so … /enes-model-data/cmip5/datastructure Summarizing ensemble simulations If you calculate the mean of your models runs, you call it the "ensemble mean". If you calculate the standard deviations, you …
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Theoretically, I agree that there should be one instable equilibrium point between the two stable equilibrium points when we have a 2D current field. However, there are some additional components of t …
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There is an feature of the -d option that makes the call of ncks redundant. However, it is available since NCO version 4.2.1 (Aug. 2012). ncrcat -d Time,13,,132,120 wrfout* summary.nc # -d dim,[min][ …
answered Mar 27 '16 by daniel.neumann