The ACCESS Ocean Model (ACCESS-OM) is a global coupled ocean model that includes ocean, ocean biogeochemistry, and sea ice components, linked together by a coupler.
The atmospheric fields that drive the model are provided by a data source, usually derived from reanalysis.
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