DSpace is used for the purpose of archiving and referencing important but unpublished documents related to the ECCO project (and its follow-on projects).

ECCO [ http://www.ecco-group.org/] is a consortium formed by scientists at NASA/JPL, MIT/EAPS and UCSD/SIO under the National Ocean Partnership Program (NOPP). It intends to bring ocean state estimation from its current experimental status to that of a practical and quasi operational tool in support of programs such as GODAE and CLIVAR, for studying large-scale ocean dynamics, designing observational strategies, and examining the ocean's role in climate variability. The main task is to bring together a global GCM with existing global data streams to obtain the best possible estimate of the time evolving ocean circulation and related uncertainties.

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  • Data sets used in ECCO Version 4 Release 3 

    Fukumori, Ichiro; Fenty, Ian; Forget, Gael; Heimbach, Patrick; King, Charmaine; e.a. (2019-02-18)
    The latest state estimate produced by the consortium for Estimating the Circulation and Climate of the Ocean (ECCO Version 4 Release 3 or V4R3 for short) is constrained by a variety of satellite and in situ ocean observations. ...
  • Cloud-based solutions for distributed climate modeling 

    Vinogradova, Nadya; Shiffer, Mark; Forget, Gael; Hill, Christopher N. (2017-09-19)
    A new, cloud-based framework for climate modeling is introduced allowing to run climate models at the “click of a button”. The framework aims to simplify dissemination of climate models, increase transparency of modeling ...
  • A Note on Practical Evaluation of Budgets in ECCO Version 4 Release 3 

    Piecuch, Christopher G. (2017-09-01)
    An outline and technical description is provided for evaluating tracer budgets (heat, salt, volume) offline using available monthly ECCOv4 model diagnostic output. Methods described here are intended for analysis of model ...

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