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Regional Climate Change Modeling (Arabian Gulf) Inspector Output Databases

Underlying the maps and indices are detailed databases that contain outputs from the regional ocean modeling experiments for Representative Concentration Pathway 8.5. The databases can be used in several ways, such as redeveloping the 2-D maps using appropriate GIS software, or conducting diagnostic analyses on the numerical outputs using statistical or other methods. Accessing the output databases is available as follows:

  • Complete version: The size of the complete output database is about 1 Terabyte and is too large to host on this Inspector site. The data has been archived onto an external drive and is available for copying at the office the  AGEDI Climate Change Team. Please request access to the complete outputs.

  • Limited version:  Output datasets are available that are limited to just the modeling results for the surface and bottom layer of the Arabian Gulf. The size of the limited output database is about 6.5 Gigabytes (uncompressed). These outputs are available for download from the links at right as zipped (compressed) files. Each zipped file contains 1 output file for a unique time period-layer combination, as identified in the file name. The files correspond to the datasets used to produce the images in the ocean portion of the Climate Inspector

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