EC-Earth 3 at NSC


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ecearth3-release EC-Earth 3 is a software suite for performing global climate simulations. [Link]

Level of support

Tier 1 NSC has at least one application expert on staff with knowledge about this software, and we will try to help you with any problems. We have also ran some internal tests to make sure that the program is working as intended. NSC also commits to installing updates to this program as they become available.

Please see the page describing our software support categories for more information.
You can also contact support@nsc.liu.se for further information.

EC‐Earth is based on the Worlds leading weather prediction model (ECMWFs IFS), which is extensively verified on short time scales. EC‐Earth is closely aligned with ECWMFs seasonal forecasting system. EC‐Earth benefits greatly from continuous updates through collaboration with ECMWF. EC‐Earth can be used for predictions across time scales, ranging from weather to climate. EC‐Earth can be used to study climate feed-backs, which govern the global and regional response.

EC-Earth 3 at NSC is generally supported by Hamish Struthers (struthers@nsc.liu.se). See the Development portal webpages for detailed documentation, examples, wiki, user forums, issue tracking and bug reporting. See also SNIC EC-Earth documentation page.

How to build and run

In general, there are no system installs of EC-Earth 3. Instead, the model can be built from the unmodified source code (Subversion repository). Once registration is completed (see the official website), instructions for downloading the source code, building and running the model can be found on the EC-Earth 3 development portal: Building EC-Earth 3 on the NSC triolith system

Running EC-Earth batch jobs

Please see the User Guide for more information on how to submit and check the result of your batch jobs.