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ID 416
Title Hemispheric temperature and precipitation data over the past 2000 years
Creator Feng Shi
Subject Simulated temperature and precipitation data, LOVECLIM-LCE simulation
Publisher Xiukuan Zhao
Description This LOVECLIM-LCE simulation spanning the past 2000 years, described in Shi et al (2022), uses the intermediate complexity Earth System model (LOch–Vecode-Ecbilt-CLio-agIsm, LOVECLIM) at 5.6° longitude × 5.6° latitude for the atmospheric component and 3° longitude × 3° latitude for the ocean. we carry out 70 initial-condition ensemble simulations under the same forcings scenario over the past 2000 years. This LOVECLIM Large Common Era Ensemble simulation is called LOVECLIM-LCE simulation.
The temperature and precipitation data in Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere over the past 2000 years are calculated by the quantiles for the cumulative probabilities (5%, 50%, and 95%) of the 70 ensemble simulations in the LOVECLIM-LCE simulation.
The dataset is divided into four tables. 1) "Fig.3b_NHtas" is the annual (April–March) air surface temperature anomalies in Northern Hemisphere over the past 2000 years (1–2000 CE); 2) "Fig.3b_SHtas" is the annual (April–March) air surface temperature anomalies in Southern Hemisphere over the past 2000 years (1–2000 CE); 3) "Fig.4b_NHpre" is the annual (April–March) precipitation anomalies in Northern Hemisphere over the past 2000 years (1–2000 CE); 4) "Fig.4b_SHpre" is the annual (April–March) precipitation anomalies in Southern Hemisphere over the past 2000 years (1–2000 CE). Anomalies are computed relative to the reference period of 1961–1990 CE. All data are smoothed by a 30-year Hamming filter.
Contributor Cheng Sun, Antoine Guion, Qiuzhen Yin, Sen Zhao, Ting Liu, Zhengtang Guo
Date 1 - 2000 CE
Type Each table includes four columns. The 1st column is year (CE), the 2nd–4th columns showed the quantiles for the cumulative probabilities (5%, 50%, and 95%) of the 70 ensemble simulations.
Format .xlsx, available in Microsoft Excel
URL http://www.geophys.ac.cn/ArticleData/20220528LOVECLIM-LCE.zip
DOI 10.12197/2022GA017
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Rights Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences