CORDEX Data Access
||Type of simulation (experiment design), e.g. "rcp45" (Representative Concentration Pathway with 4.5 W/m² radiative forcing, scenario: 2006-2100)|
|Variable||Abbreviations. A three-digit number at the end of the variable name denotes the pressure level in hPa, e.g. ta850 for air temperature at the 850 hPa level.|
|CF Standard Name||Variable names following the Climate and Forecast convention|
|Ensemble||r1i1p1, r2i1p1, r3i1p1 and r12i1p1 are ensemble members in the driving global model calculation. r is an abbreviation for realization (starting point of the calculation), i for initialisation method and p for physics version. r0i0p0 denotes time-independent, e.g. orographical data.|
|Domain||Region and grid, e.g. EUR-44 (Europe, native 0.44° RCM grid, rotated pole projection) and EUR-44i (Europe, regular 0.5° grid with interpolated results). mapsand|
|Driving Model||The underlying global model|
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