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Supporting data for Bretherton & Blossey (2017): Understanding mesoscale aggregation of shallow cumulus convection using large-eddy simulation
The data and MATLAB scripts included here should enable the reproduction of the plots in Bretherton & Blossey (2017, JAMES, submitted). The full dataset runs into the tens of gigabytes, so that only the data required for the plots is included here.
Supporting output files for Wyant et al. (2018), The Sensitivity of Numerical Simulations of Cloud-Topped Boundary Layers to Cross-Grid Flow
This collection of large-eddy simulation output files can be used to generate the figures in the research paper Wyant et al. (2018), The Sensitivity of Numerical Simulations of Cloud-Topped Boundary Layers to Cross-Grid Flow, published in Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems.
Supporting Data for Blossey et al (2018): Locally enhanced aerosols over a shipping lane produce convective invigoration but weak overall indirect effects in cloud-resolving simulations
The data and MATLAB scripts included here should enable the reproduction of the table and plots Blossey et al (2018, Geophys. Res. Lett., submitted), with the exception of two additional datasets that can be acquired as described below. The full dataset is larger than two terabytes, so that a subset of the data is included ...
Supporting data for Zhou & Bretherton (2018):Simulation of mesoscale cellular convection in marine stratocumulus Part II: Non-drizzling conditions
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Supporting data for Narenpitak and Bretherton (2018): Understanding Negative Subtropical Shallow Cumulus Cloud Feedbacks in a Near-Global Aquaplanet Model Using Limited-Area Cloud-Resolving Simulations
The data included here should enable the reproduction of the tables and plots in Narenpitak et al. (2018, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., submitted) and its Supporting Information, with the exception of two figures that are 3D images of the cloud fields and a schematic diagram. The dataset uploaded are (1) the domain-mean model ...
Supporting data for Narenpitak, Bretherton and Khairoutdinov (2020): The Role of Multiscale Interaction in Tropical Cyclogenesis and Its Predictability in Near-Global Aquaplanet Cloud-Resolving Simulations
The data included here should enable the reproduction of major analyses in Narenpitak et al. (2020, Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, submitted) about tropical cyclogenesis and its predictability. Since the near-global aquaplenet cloud-resolving simulations (NGAqua) produce large model outputs, it is impractical to archive all ...