Institut Pierre Simon Laplace des Sciences de l'Environnement Global
Also famous as
"Pôle de Modélisation"
One of the goals of the IPSL modeling community is to study how these different couplings can modulate climate and climate variability, and to determine how feedbacks in the Earth system control the response of climate to a perturbation such as the anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases.
For this purpose, the Earth system model of the IPSL is developed as a modular suite of model components of the Earth system that can be use either as stand alone models or coupled to each other.
The documentation presents the new features and results of the last version of the global IPSL coupled model that is used to run the set of simulations for the next IPCC assessment, the ENSEMBLES project, the palaeoclimate simulations for PMIP II and MOTIF projects, etc ....
The model has been developped at IPSL by the Pôle de Modélisation.
The IPSL mc2 project, with useful links to IPPC simulations of IPSL ;
IPCC web page ;
The ENSEMBLES project web page – A project of the 6th Framework Program of the European Union ;
The PMIP II web page (Palaeoclimate Models Intercomparison Project) – An international project supported by WCRP/Clivar and IGBP/Pages ;
The MOTIF projet web page – A project about palaeoclimate (models and observations) of the 5th Framework Program of the European Union.
(This page is
maintained at IPSL by Olivier
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