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    • Air-Sea interaction over the Gulf Stream in an ensemble of HighResMIP present climate simulations 

      Bellucci, Alessio; Athanasiadis, Panos J.; Scoccimarro, Enrico; Ruggieri, Paolo; Gualdi, Silvio; Fedele, Giusy; Haarsma, Reindert J.; García Serrano, Javier; Castrillo, Miguel; Putrahasan, D.; Sanchez-Gomez, Emilia; Moine, Marie-Pierre; Roberts, Christopher D.; Roberts, Michael J.; Seddon, J; Vidale, Pier Luigi (Springer Link, 2021)
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      A dominant paradigm for mid-latitude air-sea interaction identifies the synoptic-scale atmospheric “noise” as the main driver for the observed ocean surface variability. While this conceptual model successfully holds over ...
    • Assessment of a full-field initialized decadal climate prediction system with the CMIP6 version of EC-Earth 

      Bilbao, Roberto; Wild, Simon; Ortega Montilla, Pablo; Acosta Navarro, Juan Camilo; Arsouze, Thomas; Bretonnière, Pierre-Antoine; Caron, Louis-Philippe; Castrillo, Miguel; Cruz García, Rubén; Cvijanovic, Ivana; Doblas-Reyes, Francisco; Donat, Markus; Dutra, Emanuel; Echevarria, Pablo; Ho, An-Chi; Loosveldt-Tomas, Saskia; Moreno Chamarro, Eduardo; Pérez-Zanón, Núria; Ramos, Arthur; Ruprich-Robert, Yohan; Sicardi, Valentina; Tourigny, Etienne; Vegas-Regidor, Javier (Copernicus Publications, 2021)
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      In this paper, we present and evaluate the skill of an EC-Earth3.3 decadal prediction system contributing to the Decadal Climate Prediction Project – Component A (DCPP-A). This prediction system is capable of skilfully ...
    • Autosubmit GUI: A Javascript-based Graphical User Interface to Monitor Experiments Workflow Execution 

      Uruchi, Wilmer; Castrillo, Miguel; Beltran, Daniel (Open Journals, 2021)
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      Autosubmit GUI is a front-end software developed using Javascript and ReactJS that aims to provide users with complex information from the workflow execution of scientific experiments (managed by Autosubmit) in any system, ...
    • Exploring the use of mixed precision in NEMO 

      Tintó Prims, Oriol; Castrillo, Miguel (Barcelona Supercomputing Center, 2017-05-04)
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      It has been a widely extended practice in scientific computing to use 64-bit to represent data without even considering which level of precision is really needed. In many applications, 32-bit should provide enough accuracy, ...
    • HighResMIP versions of EC-Earth: EC-Earth3P and EC-Earth3P-HR – description, model computational performance and basic validation 

      Haarsma, Rein; Acosta Cobos, Mario César; Bakhshi, Rena; Bretonnière, Pierre-Antoine; Caron, Louis-Philippe; Castrillo, Miguel; Corti, Susanna; Davini, Paolo; Exarchou, Eleftheria; Fabiano, Federico; Fladrich, Uwe; Fuentes Franco, Ramon; García-Serrano, Javier; Hardenberg, Jost, von; Koenigk, Torben; Levine, Xavier; Meccia, Virna Loana; Noije, Twan, van; Oord, Gijs, van den; Palmeiro, Froila M.; Rodrigo, Mario; Ruprich-Robert, Yohan; Sager, Philippe, Le; Tourigny, Etienne; Wang, Shiyu; Weele, Michiel, van; Wyser, Klaus (European Geosciences Union (EGU), 2020-08)
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      A new global high-resolution coupled climate model, EC-Earth3P-HR has been developed by the EC-Earth consortium, with a resolution of approximately 40 km for the atmosphere and 0.25∘ for the ocean, alongside with a ...
    • How to use mixed precision in ocean models: exploring a potential reduction of numerical precision in NEMO 4.0 and ROMS 3.6 

      Tintó-Prims, Oriol; Acosta Cobos, Mario César; Moore, Andrew M.; Castrillo, Miguel; Serradell, Kim; Cortés, Ana; Doblas-Reyes, Francisco (European Geosciences Union (EGU), 2019-07-24)
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      Mixed-precision approaches can provide substantial speed-ups for both computing- and memory-bound codes with little effort. Most scientific codes have overengineered the numerical precision, leading to a situation in which ...
    • Optimizing domain decomposition in an ocean model: the case of NEMO 

      Tinto, Oriol; Acosta, Mario; Castrillo, Miguel; Cortés, Ana; Sanchez, Alicia; Serradell, Kim; Doblas-Reyes, Francisco (Elsevier, 2017)
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      Earth System Models are critical tools for the study of our climate and its future trends. These models are in constant evolution and their growing complexity entails an incrementing demand of the resources they require. ...
    • Optimizing domain decomposition in an ocean model: the case of NEMO 

      Tintó, Oriol; Acosta, Mario; Castrillo, Miguel; Cortés, Ana; Sanchez, Alicia; Serradell, Kim; Doblas-Reyes, Francisco (Elsevier, 2017)
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      Open Access
      Earth System Models are critical tools for the study of our climate and its future trends. These models are in constant evolution and their growing complexity entails an incrementing demand of the resources they require. ...