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Paleoclimatology Modeling

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Efforts to understand past climate and predict future climate change rely on computer climate models that include the physical processes of the climate system. The Paleoclimatology Program encourages the use of climate models to investigate the past and supports rigorous comparisons between the output from numerical simulations and paleoclimatology data. The World Data Center (WDC) for Paleoclimatology archives climate model input and output files, and serves as a data management center for the Paleoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project.

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Contributing Data

Investigators who wish to contribute their data to the NOAA or the WDC for Paleoclimatology archive can find information on contributing below. Study description information can by contributed by emailing paleo@noaa.gov. You can either attach your data to that email or you can send a URL where your data can be downloaded if your data files are large.
 

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