Huang, Xiaoxia; Stärz, Michael; Gohl, Karsten; Knorr, Gregor; Lohmann, Gerrit (2017): Climate model results of various COSMOS Miocene experiments in NetCDF format. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.873850, Supplement to: Huang, X et al. (2017): Impact of Weddell Sea shelf progradation on Antarctic bottom water formation during the Miocene. Paleoceanography, 32(3), 304-317, https://doi.org/10.1002/2016PA002987
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In this data set we publish the simulated global annual mean sea surface temperature (SST), mixed layer depth (ZMLD), horizontal barotropic streamfunction (PSIUWE), zonal (UKO) and meridional (VKE) velocity in 37 m and 3070 m water depth, respectively, global meridional overturning circulation (GMOC), Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC) and monthly mean sea-ice concentration over a time period of 100 years retrieved from equilibrium climate simulations for the Miocene ca. 20-10 Myrs ago (MIO). The model data has been utilized in the publication by Huang et al. (2017). The climate data has been produced with COSMOS (ECHAM5/JSBACH/MPIOM/OASIS3), utilized at a resolution of T31 in the atmosphere (19 hybrid sigma-pressure levels) and a resolution of GR30 (bipolar orthogonal curvilinear grid, formal resolution of ~3.0°x1.8°) in the ocean (40 z-coordinate levels). The Miocene model setup is based on the publication of Stärz et al. (2017), including changes in orography, bathymetry, ice sheets, atmospheric CO2 and physical land surface characteristics. This setup has been modified by a regional Weddell Sea bathymetry reconstruction. Details on setup and identifiers of Miocene model simulations can be found in Table 1 of Huang et al. (2017).
Latitude: -70.000000 * Longitude: -38.000000
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