Special Topics in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
Special Topics in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences ATOC 7500
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Date Created: 10/29/15
Comparing models How can we compare models 0 Means Variance EOFs match Fourier spectra match Phase and amplitude 0 Other ways Ttest Need to test ofdifference are bigger than the ariance ied1ey are signi cant Assignment Are two modelx Mammal Read m data from two sources from netcdf as per last week 0 Q a lt35 5m g a E a Q Try JDL39sfunmons mean and variance Datasets See NetCDF files in homeatocfacultydcnATOC7500weekl 3 nc 2 no 1 nc These are the same NetCDFfarmal as last week Limit your study to a simple question Is January temperature different from February ls July water vapour of modell different from modelZ Is the annual mean wind speed in model 1 different from NCEP Remember to report your findings to the wiki Also use this opportunity to see how well NCAR s CAM works Think of ways to compare models results in your projects Presentations 15 minutes Should outline your science goal Describe the theory behind the model you are buildinghave build Present preliminary results Discuss issuesproblemsetc with model Discuss possibly limitations of science resultspossible uncertainties Discuss next steps for this project and what would come as an ideal next step Tuesday Tuesday Chuck Dave Derek Annie Nik Jason Tianyi Matt S Thursday Thursday Darren Lin Elizabeth Xylina Scott Group report Mam16W H model overview and Lansmg climatology validation Please organize a swap if need be Next week will be more work in progress the second week will be almost nal results Note on grading 30 midterm 50 nal 20 labs 20 labs means contributions to the wiki The project will be graded on science The modeling is part of this ie the task is to build a model but your report should have a science feel numerical methods are science Remember to make clear what YOUR contribution is
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