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Model Output

Numerical models are complex tools that solve equations describing earth system processes. Some numerical simulations are performed to examine the realistic response of a system while others are used to estimate the significance of individual processes. These examples of model output are preliminary and experimental and should not be used without consulting the scientist responsible for the simulations. These output are provided as examples of applications and in no way are intended to represent all aspects of the physical systems modeled.

The links below use the Reading e-Science Centre's Godiva2 Data Visualization tool Exit . Access to other forms of visualization or output can be made available on request. 

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