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The Climate Limited-area Modeling Community

The Climate Limited-area Modeling Community (CLM-Community) is an open international network of scientists working in the area of regional climate modeling and climate change. The members of the CLM-Community develop the regional climate models COSMO-CLM and ICON-CLM together, apply the models for a wide range of applications and collaborate in scientific projects. Together it is possible to achive more than everybody could achive alone. As an african saying goes:

"If you want to go fast, go alone.

If you want to go far, go together."


ABOUT US

Overview of the CLM-Community. Start here if you are new. More...

COMMUNITY

Detailed overview of the people and instituions involved and the work, structure and regulations of the Community. More... 

COSMO-CLM

All information related to the community model COSMO-CLM. More...

ICON-CLM

Information about ICON-CLM will follow.

EVENTS

Information about events organized by the CLM-Community and other scientific conferences. More...

OUTCOME

Publications, results and projects of CLM-Community members. More...






News

April 2021

  • CLM-Community Assembly 2021: The Assembly 2021 will be organized as virutal conference from 20 - 24 September 2021. The registration and abstract submission is now open. Please have look at the Assembly webpage for further information.
  • New administration and membership management tool available: The tool replaces the existing pages of our website (institutions, members and topic browser) and allows self-management of personal data and information. You can access the new tool here: https://hcdc.hereon.de/clm-community. Username and password are the same as in RedC. Please login to the webpage and verify your e-mail address as soon as possible.
  • New Publications:
    • Ban, N., C. Caillaud, E. Coppola,  ..., H.-J. Panitz,  ..., et al. (2021): The first multi-model ensemble of regional climate simulations at kilometer-scale resolution, part I: evaluation of precipitation. Clim Dyn (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-021-05708-w


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