Arctic CORDEX

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.