|No upcoming event|
|08/27/2008||The current status of the DODS/OPeNDAP server is now automatically checked and displayed on the web site.|
Added two new models to the DB
(CSIRO-Mk3L-1.0 and CSIRO-Mk3L-1.1).
Added NetCDF versions of some of the text insolation tables in the Boundary Conditions Tables' section.
|05/09/2008||Added a link to the PMIP2 flier in the Overview section.|
|03/27/2008||Added a link to the PMIP2 White Paper in the Overview section.|
Many new papers have been added to the publications section. Make sure to let
the webmaster know when you submit/publish a new
New project requests should now be sent to the email@example.com mail alias (P. Braconnot and J.-Y. Peterschmitt) instead of the whole PMIP2 committee
|09/21/2007||The email addresses of the mailing lists (pmip2-com and pmip-announce) have slightly changed.|
There is a new page listing published papers related to PMIP2.
There has been a major update of the Using the database (formerly Accessing the database) section, in order to make it clearer how people can request DB access and have to acknowledge the DB in their papers.
The URL of the PMIP2 web site has changed... Please make sure
that you use the correct URL (http://pmip2.lsce.ipsl.fr) in your papers and
There is a new page listing the PMIP2 Published Papers.
Links to important parts of the web site have been added to the Key Results sub-section.
|06/04/2007||The PMIP2 summary papers (Part 1 and Part 2) have been published in Climate of the Past, and you now have to refer to the PMIP2 DB by citing the Part 1 paper.|
|03/26/2007||The database Synthesis Maps have been updated and the list of models used for creating each of the AverageModel and the AverageModelRMS maps is plotted more clearly.|
|01/2007||Ayako Abe-Ouchi has joined the PMIP 2 committee.|
|10/2006||You can now see what models (and what experiments) are in the database in a short form, in the DB content summary page.|
|09/2006||The content of the Synthesis Maps sub-section has been updated: DJF plots have been corrected ('December' was incorrectly given the same weight as 'January+February'), and the text quality of the maps has been improved.|
|08/2006||Version 1.2 of the ICE-5G global ice sheet reconstruction is now available on the web site. Note that PMIP 2 participants still absolutely have to use the ICE-5G v1.1 version!|
|06/2006||The content of the Synthesis Maps sub-section has been updated.|
There is a new Synthesis Maps
sub-section in the Database section,
where some variables' plots are available.
The official summary of the Giens Workshop is now available in the Overview section.
The content of the database can now be accessed remotely through the
LSCE PMIP 2 OPeNDAP server.
The PMIP 2 logo has been updated! Please try to use only the official versions available on the Logos' page... This page can be easily accessed by clicking on the big PMIP 2 logo on the home page!
The database has been updated, and the changes are detailed in
the Database History
The draft of the First Accepted PMIP 2 Paper has been updated in the Drafts section (well done, Rupert!)! Don't forget to ask the webmaster to store the drafts of your papers on the web site, and let him know when the status of the paper change.
There is now a dedicated ftp site for sharing PMIP 2-related drafts and hopefully speeding up the writing process.
The bits and pieces of models' documentation are available in the Raw Documentation page. Please send the required information and relevant documents to the webmaster.
|06/2005||There is something at last in the Publications section! People can access the drafts of PMIP 2-related articles (password protected), and the recommended acknowledgment.|
|04/2005||There a new Database History subsection that makes it easier to know what changes have been made to the database.|
The database is online! All the data files received so far at
LSCE have been inserted into the DB. The DB location is
specified in the local
The available models, experiments and variables are listed in the Database Statistics section.
There is a new page detailing the database structure.
The data submission page has been updated to clarify things, after receiving the first models data. This page will be updated, as more common errors are identified...
The programme of the Giens workshop has been updated
There is a new page with some practical
details about the (Presqu'île de) Giens workshop.
There is a new version of the CMOR tables: 05_03_14 (changes).
There is a new sub-section for useful CMOR related utilities, with a PMIP 2 formatting utility (pp-motif) contributed by Ian Ross.
There has been another MAJOR update and cleaning of all
the PMIP2 CMOR
tables (including a slight change in the tables'
The lists of Atmosphere, Ocean, Land-Surface and Vegetation and Ice variables have been updated accordingly.
There are new sub-sections of the web site detailing how to submit data and how to access the PMIP 2 database.
There has been a MAJOR update and cleaning of the
atmosphere and vegetation and land-surface
The lists of Atmosphere and Land-Surface and Vegetation variables have been updated accordingly.
Please use the new tables and let the webmaster know about the errors you find (there unfortunately MUST be some remaining errors...)!
A new data set is available in the Data Synthesis section: 6k North Atlantic Sea-Surface Temperatures.
The Proposed Analyses can be
accessed in a new section of the web site, accessible directly
from the main menu.
The Data Synthesis pages are being updated to take version 4.2 of BIOME 6000 into account and include new data sets. News about this will be posted here as soon as the data sets are online.
The announcement of the PMIP 2 workshop 1 in Giens is online. More information will follow.
Bob Thompson has joined the PMIP 2 committee.
The PMIP2 web site has been updated to be completely consistent with the MOTIF web site:
|10/2004||The beta 3 version of the river routing data files has been taken off-line and is being checked by Sandy Harrison and Kerstin Sickel.|
|09/2004||The beta 3 version of the river routing data files has been released.|
The beta 2 version of the river
routing data files has been released.
Further changes in these files will be posted here and reported in the pmip-announce mailing list.
The new river routing data files are
available on the web site! Please note that this is a BETA
VERSION of the data set... Changes in these files will be
posted here and reported in the pmip-announce mailing
The variable's lists have been updated again.
The hierarchy of the Vegetation variables (from compulsory to optional) has been simplified, and it has been decided that these variables should now be referred to as the Land-surface and Vegetation variables.
The new ICE-5G global ice sheet
reconstruction data files are available on the web site!
The variable's lists and the levels' and frequencies definitions have been updated again.
The dates of perihelion and aphelion for the 6 kyr BP orbit have been corrected (March and September had to be switched).
The variables' lists and the levels' and frequencies
definitions have been significantly updated (and
hopefully improved). Make sure you visit again the variables' page and check that the
variables you require are still present...
Please get quickly in touch with the apropriate coordinator and the webmaster if anything seems wrong!
The Variables section has been moved from the main menu to the Experimental Design section to avoid confusion (and has been renamed Preliminary variables' study).
The layout of the Events section has been slightly changed to avoid confusion between PMIP 2 events and related events.
New sections of the web site: Contributions, Frequently
Asked Questions, Links, Mirrors and Site Map.
A water-hosing subsection has been added to the Experiments section.
Please make sure you answer the MARGO questionnaire in the Contrib Section!
In spite of the heat wave over France and the lack of air
conditionning, the web site is still being updated and
undergoing major internal changes!
Make sure you let the webmaster know about your wishes, the broken links, the missing information and everything that seems wrong or odd. :)
The web site is updated as much as possible before the PMIP 2
meeting takes place at INQUA
2003, so that the Experimental
Design section is reasonnably accurate.
Data sets from the Palaeoclimatology Research Group at MPI-BGC Jena are now available in the Data Synthesis section.
The old PMIP logo gets a well deserved retirement and is replaced by a brand new PMIP 2 logo! If you don't think the new logo has a déjà-vu look, consider taking an evening off from your research and renting this movie about two guys chasing alien bugs (not in their GCM! :).
First mail sent to the pmip-announce mailing list is
considered as the official opening of the PMIP 2 web site!
Welcome to the PMIP 2 web site!