Changes between Version 23 and Version 24 of UM


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21/12/16 18:48:11 (19 months ago)
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    1717The UM undergoes significant changes as new scientific enhancements are introduced or new features are added, and so the [http://www.metoffice.gov.uk Met Office] release new versions regularly (approx. 3-4 times a year). NCAS-CMS only supports a subset of the versions that have been released. See the [wiki:FAQ_T0_F12 supported versions] page for the list of supported UM versions and platforms. 
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    19 Documentation relating to each UM version, including the UM User Guides, is available on the Met Office Science Repository Service (MOSRS) [http://cms.ncas.ac.uk/wiki/Docs/MetOfficeDocs here]. Note you must be registered to access this service. ContactUs for information on getting an account. Documentation for older UM versions (before 10.0) is available [http://cms.ncas.ac.uk/wiki/Docs/MetOfficeDocs here].  
     19From UM version 10.0, the old UM user interface (UMUI) was replaced by the [wiki:RoseCylc Rose/cylc] application management and workflow system. This provides a much more flexible and powerful way of controlling UM experiments.  
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     21Documentation relating to new UM versions (from vn10.0), including the UM User Guides, is available on the Met Office Science Repository Service (MOSRS) [http://cms.ncas.ac.uk/wiki/Docs/MetOfficeDocs here]. Note you must be registered to access this service. ContactUs for information on getting an account. Documentation for older UM versions (before vn10.0) is available [http://cms.ncas.ac.uk/wiki/Docs/MetOfficeDocs here].  
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    2123== UM Configurations == 
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    2325=== Climate Configurations === 
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    2427In order to run the climate model, users need to have access to a set of files that will enable them to run a particular scientific version of the climate model (describing exactly the physical and dynamical choices within the UM system). Two climate model 'families' (HadGEM2 and HadGEM3) are routinely used by academic researchers. Only HadGEM3 is still actively developed by the Met Office Hadley Centre. These models differ very significantly in terms of their numerical and physical formulation. The Met Office have released several configurations of these models and NCAS-CMS have ported certain "standard" configurations to the National HPC system ARCHER.  
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