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ARC CoE for Climate System Science CMS Wiki
Computational Modelling Systems Wiki
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ARCCSS Home Page
This place is to create a library of links to external resources that might be useful to the Centre's staff and students.
: this is a portal to NASA datasets. The User Resources tab also have a list of recorded
around the use of these datasets.
- GES-DISC Interactive Online Visualization ANd aNalysis Infrastructure
Climate and Ocean data portal
The Australian National Data Service (ANDS)
Research Data Australia
CF metadata conventions website
BoM Climate data services
- The Australian Climate Change Adaptation Information Hub
MARVL - Marine virtual Laboratory
The Australian Marine Virtual Laboratory (MARVL) is a new development in modelling frameworks for researchers in Australia, co-funded by NeCTAR (
). MARVL allows a non-specialist user to configure and run a model, automating many of the modelling preparation steps needed to bring the researcher faster to the stage of simulation and analysis. The tool is seen as enhancing the efficiency of researchers and marine managers, and is being considered as a educational aid in teaching. Most researchers, students and academic staff with have access to MARVL via their
(Australian Access Federation) identity, in most cases this is your normal login identity at your local university, institute or federal agency.
MetPy is an Open Source project aimed at providing a Pythonic library for meteorological data analysis that meshes well with the rest of the scientific Python ecosystem.
Tutorials and other tips and tricks
help to start
: a blog post written by Oliver Angélil, a PhD student at the CCRC. It goes through a few practical tips and tricks to help with what to know when starting working in the field of climate science.
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