CLaMS Data Sets
A chemical transport model does not simulate the dynamics of the atmosphere. For CLaMS, the following meteorological data sets have been used
- European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), Predictions, Analyses, ERA-15, ERA-40
- United Kingdom Met Office (UKMO)
- European Centre Hamburg Atmospheric Model (ECHAM4), in the DLR version
To initialize the chemical fields in CLaMS, data from a large variety of instruments have provided data.
- on satellite (CRISTA, MIPAS, MLS, HALOE, ILAS, ...),
- on aircraft and balloons (HALOX, FISH, Mark IV, BONBON...)
If no observations are present, the chemical fields can be initialised from two-dimensional chemical models, chemistry-climate models, climatologies, or from correlations between chemical species or chemical species and dynamical variables.
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