CanCM4 model data

Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis


Models/CanCM4:

CMIP5 Experiments

Experiment IDExperiment name
decadal196030-year run initialized in year 1960
decadal196110-year run initialized in year 1961
decadal196210-year run initialized in year 1962
decadal196310-year run initialized in year 1963
decadal196410-year run initialized in year 1964
decadal196510-year run initialized in year 1965
decadal196610-year run initialized in year 1966
decadal196710-year run initialized in year 1967
decadal196810-year run initialized in year 1968
decadal196910-year run initialized in year 1969
decadal197010-year run initialized in year 1970
decadal197110-year run initialized in year 1971
decadal197210-year run initialized in year 1972
decadal197310-year run initialized in year 1973
decadal197410-year run initialized in year 1974
decadal197510-year run initialized in year 1975
decadal197610-year run initialized in year 1976
decadal197710-year run initialized in year 1977
decadal197810-year run initialized in year 1978
decadal197910-year run initialized in year 1979
decadal198030-year run initialized in year 1980
decadal198110-year run initialized in year 1981
decadal198210-year run initialized in year 1982
decadal198310-year run initialized in year 1983
decadal198410-year run initialized in year 1984
decadal198510-year run initialized in year 1985
decadal198610-year run initialized in year 1986
decadal198710-year run initialized in year 1987
decadal198810-year run initialized in year 1988
decadal198910-year run initialized in year 1989
decadal199010-year run initialized in year 1990
decadal199110-year run initialized in year 1991
decadal199210-year run initialized in year 1992
decadal199310-year run initialized in year 1993
decadal199410-year run initialized in year 1994
decadal199510-year run initialized in year 1995
decadal199610-year run initialized in year 1996
decadal199710-year run initialized in year 1997
decadal199810-year run initialized in year 1998
decadal199910-year run initialized in year 1999
decadal200010-year run initialized in year 2000
decadal200110-year run initialized in year 2001
decadal200210-year run initialized in year 2002
decadal200310-year run initialized in year 2003
decadal200410-year run initialized in year 2004
decadal200530-year run initialized in year 2005
decadal200610-year run initialized in year 2006
decadal200710-year run initialized in year 2007
decadal200810-year run initialized in year 2008
decadal200910-year run initialized in year 2009
decadal201010-year run initialized in year 2010
decadal201110-year run initialized in year 2011
decadal201210-year run initialized in year 2012
decadal201310-year run initialized in year 2013
decadal201410-year run initialized in year 2014
decadal201510-year run initialized in year 2015
decadal201610-year run initialized in year 2016
decadal201710-year run initialized in year 2017
historicalhistorical
rcp45RCP4.5

User information

The user should be aware that grid box values are not directly comparable to station data. Climate models attempt to represent the full climate system from first principles on large scales. Physical "parameterizations" are used to approximate the effects of unresolved small scale processes because it is not economically feasible to include detailed representations of these processes in present day models. Caution is therefore needed when comparing climate model output with observations or analyses on spatial scales shorter than several grid lengths (hundreds of km), or when using model output to study the impacts of climate variability and change.

The user is further cautioned that estimates of climate variability and change obtained from climate model results are subject to sampling variability. This uncertainty arises from the natural variability that is part of the observed climate system and is generally well simulated by the climate models.

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