|ccsm4.0||CCSM version 4.0 is a software suite for performing global climate simulations.|
|cesm1.0.3||CESM version 1.0.3 is a software suite for performing global climate simulations.|
|cesm1.0.4||CESM version 1.0.4 is a software suite for performing global climate simulations.|
|cesm1.1.1||CESM version 1.1.1 is a software suite for performing global climate simulations.|
|cesm1.2.0||CESM version 1.2.0 is a software suite for performing global climate simulations.|
CESM Project: The Community Earth System Model (CESM) is a fully-coupled, global climate model that provides state-of-the-art computer simulations of the Earths past, present, and future climate states. CESM is sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Administration of the CESM is maintained by the Climate and Global Dynamics Division (CGD) at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR).
CESM at NSC is generally supported by Hamish Struthers (email@example.com). See the CESM webpages for detailed documentation, examples, wiki, user forums, issue tracking and bug reporting. See also SNIC CESM documentation page.
In general, there are no system installs of CESM at NSC. Instead, the model can be built from the unmodified source code once registration is completed. Instructions for downloading the source code, building and running the model can be found on SNIC knowledge base: Building CESM on the NSC triolith system
If you are going to run one of the CESM models on triolith, you should join the ‘cesm1’ unix group on triolith. This is not absolutely necessary but being a member allows access to shared storage space on /nobackup/global/proj/cesm1 where pre-downloaded initial data and ancillary files are stored. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request membership to the cesm1 unix group. Please note: Files that you copy to the shared /nobackup/global/proj/cesm1 will be charged to your space allocation on triolith.
Please see the User Guide for more information on how to submit and check the result of your batch jobs.