UKCA Chemistry and Aerosol Tutorials at vn11.8
UKCA Chemistry and Aerosol Tutorials at vn11.8 using Rose & Cylc
The following tutorials will teach you how to use various aspects of UKCA, and the parts of Rose (the Unified Model's python-based user interface) that are specific to UKCA.
Please work through the UKCA Tutorials below at your own pace. They should take between 14 and 21 hours to complete, but don't worry if you take more or less time than this.
|#||Difficulty||Time to Complete||Topic||Video|
|1||EASY||Under 1 hour||Running an existing UKCA Suite||Overview: Tutorial 1|
|2||EASY||Under 1 hour||Exploring Rose||Overview: Tutorial 2|
|3||EASY||Under 1 hour||What is STASH?||Overview: Tutorial 3|
|4||HARD||2 or more hours||Adding new chemical tracers||Overview: Tutorial 4|
|5||HARD||2 or more hours||Adding new emissions||Overview: Tutorial 5|
|6||MEDIUM||1-2 hours||Adding new chemical reactions||Overview: Tutorial 6|
|7||MEDIUM||1-2 hours||Adding dry deposition of chemical species||Overview: Tutorial 7|
|8||EASY||Under 1 hour||Adding wet deposition of chemical species||Overview: Tutorial 8|
|9||HARD||2 or more hours||Adding new UKCA chemical diagnostics||Overview: Tutorial 9|
|10||HARD||2 or more hours||Examining Aerosol Impacts||Overview: Tutorial 10|
|Luke Abraham||Background and overview for the UKCA Tutorials at UMvn11.8|
|Luke Abraham||UKCA Tutorials UMvn11.8|
|Luke Abraham||Using X2Go for the UKCA Tutorials|
|Alex Archibald||UKCA Training 2021: Alex Archibald - Overview of UKCA|
|Scott Archer-Nicholls||UKCA Training 2021: Scott Archer-Nicholls - Implementing CRI in UKCA|
These tutorials have been funded by the National Centre for Atmospheric Science, the NERC Advanced Training: Short Courses award scheme, and the ACITES Atmospheric Chemistry Modelling Network. Many thanks to JASMIN for use of the Unmanaged Cloud.
Written by Luke Abraham 2020