Articles | Volume 8, issue 9
Geosci. Model Dev., 8, 2841–2856, 2015
Geosci. Model Dev., 8, 2841–2856, 2015
Model experiment description paper
09 Sep 2015
Model experiment description paper | 09 Sep 2015

The GRENE-TEA model intercomparison project (GTMIP): overview and experiment protocol for Stage 1

S. Miyazaki et al.

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The paper provides an overall outlook and the Stage 1 experiment (site simulations) protocol of GTMIP, an open model intercomparison project for terrestrial Arctic, conducted as an activity of the Japan-funded Arctic Climate Change Research Project (GRENE-TEA). Models are driven by 34-year data created with the GRENE-TEA observations at four sites in Finland, Siberia and Alaska, and evaluated for physico-ecological key processes: energy budgets, snow, permafrost, phenology, and carbon budget.