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1. Earth System Model [GFDL_ESM]
ESM2.1, evolved directly from GFDL’s successful CM2.1 climate model (Delworth et al. 2006 ). Building on this, we produced two new models representing ocean physics with alternative numerical ...

2. HIgh Resolution Atmospheric Model [GFDL_HiRAM]
HiRAM, the GFDL global HIgh Resolution Atmospheric Model, was developed with a goal of providing an improved representation of significant weather events in a global climate model. Our intention was ...

3. NOAA GFDL's Flexible Modeling System (FMS) [GFDL_FMS]
FMS (Flexible Modeling System) is a software framework for supporting the efficient development, construction, execution, and scientific interpretation of atmospheric, oceanic, and climate system ...

4. AM3 - The Atmospheric component of the GFDL coupled model CM3 [GFDL_AM3]
AM3 (Donner et al., 2011), the atmospheric component of the GFDL coupled model CM3, was designed with an awareness of key emerging issues in climate science, including aerosol-cloud interactions in ...

5. HIM: The Hallberg Isopycnal Model [NOAA_GFDL_HIM]
The Hallberg Isopycnal Model (HIM) simulates the ocean by numerically solving the Boussinesq primitive equations in isopycnal vertical coordinates and general orthogonal horizontal coordinates. These ...

6. The GFDL Modular Ocean Model (MOM4) [NOMADS_MOM4_BETA_MODEL]
The Modular Ocean Model (MOM) is a numerical representation of the ocean's hydrostatic primitive equations, and it is designed primarily as a tool for studying the global ocean climate system. MOM4 ...

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