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In addition to a few minor items, the main activity will be a discussion led by Aidan on what should go into a software/data release of ACCESS-OM2 by ACCESS-NRI early next year. Please see Scope of ACCESS-NRI ACCESS-OM2 release for a primer to organise your thoughts before the session.
See you tomorrow,
COSIMA Meetings are held most weeks, 11:30 am Thursdays.
We will hear from Pat Wongpan from the University of Tasmania on “Primary production by algae in Antarctic sea ice: satellite-based light penetration index & ACCESS-OM2-01-BGC (progress & future plans)”. We’ll also have a quick overview of the results from the ACCESS-OM2-01-BGC hackathon from Hannah.
Happy new year! I hope you have all had a great break over the Christmas period and are ready to dive into 2023.
This is a reminder that the regular COSIMA meetings are not on in January but will be starting up again on February 2nd. We already have a few talks lined up, but also plenty of room in the schedule. So, if you’re interested in giving a talk, or have some ideas for meeting discussion topics, please add them to the schedule.
Secondly, the COSIMA-cookbook hackathon v2.0 is coming up on Tuesday the 24th of January (9:30-4:30). There will be in-person group gatherings at UNSW, ANU and U Tas with lunch provided, as well as plenty of people joining online. For all the details, please see COSIMA Hackathon v2.0 -- Tuesday January 24th, 2023
Just a reminder that the COSIMA-cookbook hackathon v2.0 is on next Tuesday the 24th of January from 9:30 to 4:30. There will be in-person group gatherings at UNSW, ANU and U Tas with lunch provided, as well as people joining from elsewhere. The zoom link is the same as the regular COSIMA meetings zoom (copied below). For more details including how you can contribute, please see https://forum.access-hive.org.au/t/cosima-hackathon-v2-0-tuesday-january-24th-2023/307
All the best,
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We have a talk from Wilma Huneke on “Australia’s ACCESS-CM2 climate model with a higher-resolution ocean-sea ice component (1/4°)”. We’ll also discuss which ACCESS-OM2 Control runs the ACCESS-NRI should target for long-term support (see ACCESS-OM2 Control Runs). If you have anything else you’d like to discuss please let me know or bring it up at the beginning of the meeting.
Following on from Wilma’s coupled model talk last week, we have a talk from Sebastian McKenna from UNSW on “How Pacific Ocean SST biases impact the Indian Ocean using pacemaker experiments in ACCESS-CM2”. Please forward on to anyone you think may be interested. If you have anything else you would like to discuss please let me know or bring it up at the beginning of the meeting.
The COSIMA meeting is ON tomorrow. We are hosting a talk by visiting Japanese Assistant Professor Yoshihiro Nakayama. The title of the talk is “How can we better understand what is happening in the Southern Ocean and Antarctica: Existing ECCO ocean reanalyses and ECCO downscaling simulations”. More information can be found at https://aappartnership.org.au/seminars/.