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Coupled Regional Climate Model (CRCM)

CRCM Forecast Starting on Sep 04

  
• 10m wind and precipitation rateAnimationList
• Storm IntensityAnimationList
• Sea Surface TemperatureAnimationList
• Sea Surface HeightAnimationList
• 1100m velocityAnimationList
• Dye released at 19m — location #1AnimationList
• Dye released at 140m — location #2AnimationList
• Lagrangian floats distribution at 19mAnimationList
• Lagrangian floats distribution at 50mAnimationList
• Lagrangian floats distribution at 140mAnimationList

 

 

 

This research is made possible in part by a grant from BP/The Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative, and in part by a grant from DOE's Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing (SciDAC) program.

The CRCM forecast software is developed by Dr. Raffaele Montuoro at the Texas A&M University Supercomputing Facility in collaboration with the Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Research Group (COARG) at Texas A&M University.

Forecasts are produced on a HPC system at the Texas A&M University Supercomputing Facility.