Arctic CORDEX modeling groups

Participating InstituteModel Name Contact Person
UUUtrecht University, Institute for Marine and Atmospheric research Utrecht (IMAU)RACMO, HCLIMWillem Jan van de Berg
 SMHISwedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute/
Rossby Centre; Norrköping, Sweden
RCA4, RCAO,
HCLIM
Torben Koenigk
 CCCmaCanadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis;
Victoria, Canada
CanRCM4John Scinocca
 AWIAlfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar
and Marine Research; Potsdam, Germany
ICON, HIRHAM-NAOSIMAnnette Rinke
CUUniversity of Colorado/CIRES; Boulder, USAWRF, RASMJohn Cassano
DMIDanish Meteorological Institute; Copenhagen,
Denmark
HIRHAM5,
HCLIM, HCLIM-NEMO
Ruth Mottram
EMUTUniversity of Trier; Trier, GermanyCCLMGünther Heinemann
NORCENORCE; Bergen, NorwayWRFPriscilla Mooney
ULgUniversity of Liège; Liège, BelgiumMAR,
MAR-NEMO
Xavier Fettweis
UQAMUniversité du Québec; Montréal, CanadaCRCM5Katja Winger, Rene Laprise
GERICSClimate Service Center Germany;
Hamburg, Germany
REMO,
REMO-MPI-HAMOCC
Daniela Jacob
LULund University; Lund, SwedenRCA4-GUESS,
RCAO-GUESS
Wenxin Zhang, Benjamin Smith
met.noThe Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Oslo,NorwayHCLIM, HCLIM-NEMOOskar Landgren
NOAANOAA-ESRL/University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USACAFSAmy Solomon
BASMet Office, Cambridge, UKMetUMAndrew Orr
JMAJMA/MRI, JapanNHM-SMAPMasashi Niwano
UTokyoUniversity of Tokyo, JapanNICAM, NICOCOHiroyasu Kubokawa

Members who actively participate in the analysis, but not with model simulations:

  • Michael Tjernström, Department of Meteorogology (MISU), Stockholm University, Stockholm
  • Marzena Osuch, Institute of Geophysic, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warzaw
  • Jun Inoue, National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR), Tokyo

Arctic CORDEX domain

A map outlining Arctic CORDEX's domain

Hindcast, historical and future scenario Arctic CORDEX simulations

The results from the Arctic CORDEX simulations on a pan-Arctic domain are available on the data portal of the Earth System Grid Federation (ESGF). Available are multi-model ERA-I-driven evaluation and CMIP5 downscaled simulations in 0.44 deg. (ARC-44) and 0.22 deg. (ARC-22) resolution. Multi-model simulations in 0.1 deg. (ARC-10) for ERA5-driven evaluation runs and CMIP6 downscaling are being currently produced.