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ACCESS-OM

ACCESS OM model

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.

ACCESS-OM2

ACCESS-OM2 1 is a suite of coupled ocean-sea ice models developed by the Consortium for Ocean-Sea Ice Modelling in Australia (COSIMA).

The ACCESS-OM2 has versions at three different spatial resolutions: ACCESS-OM2, ACCESS-OM2-025 and ACCESS-OM2-01.

Model Components

Run ACCESS-OM


References

  1. A. E. Kiss, A. McC. Hogg, N. Hannah, F. Boeira Dias, G. B. Brassington, M. A. Chamberlain, C. Chapman, P. Dobrohotoff, C. M. Domingues, E. R. Duran, M. H. England, R. Fiedler, S. M. Griffies, A. Heerdegen, P. Heil, R. M. Holmes, A. Klocker, S. J. Marsland, A. K. Morrison, J. Munroe, M. Nikurashin, P. R. Oke, G. S. Pilo, O. Richet, A. Savita, P. Spence, K. D. Stewart, M. L. Ward, F. Wu, and X. Zhang. ACCESS-OM2 v1.0: a global ocean–sea ice model at three resolutions. Geoscientific Model Development, 13(2):401–442, 2020. URL: https://gmd.copernicus.org/articles/13/401/2020/, doi:10.5194/gmd-13-401-2020


Last update: April 22, 2024