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18 <h1>
19 MITgcm</h1></center>
20 The MITgcm (MIT General Circulation Model) is a numerical model for studying
21 the ocean and atmosphere. It is capable of simulating these fluids at a
22 wide range of scales and can resolve many different processes. It has a
23 non-hydrostatic capability (Marshall et al., JGR 1996a &amp; b) and uses
24 the finite volume method to accurately represent the bottom boundary position
25 (Adcroft et al., MWR 1998).
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31 Source Code</h2>
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33 <ul>
34 <li>
35 &nbsp;<a href="http://mitgcm.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/models/MITgcmUV/?only_with_tag=MAIN">MITgcm
36 CVS Tree</a>: browse the source tree and examine the change logs for each
37 file in the "HEAD" branch of our release tree. The current development
38 branch is "<a href="http://mitgcm.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/models/MITgcmUV/?only_with_tag=pre38">pre38</a>".</li>
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40 <li>
41 <a href="usingcvstoget.html">Use anonymous CVS</a> to maintain your working
42 copy but adhere to our <a href="cvspolicy.html">policy on using CVS</a></li>
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44 <li>
45 For the old fashioned, download a <a href="http://mitgcm.org/download/">tar
46 ball</a>.</li>
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52 Help</h2>
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54 <ul>
55 <li>
56 <a href="http://mitgcm.org/cgi-bin/faqw.py?req=index">FAQ</a> (Frequently
57 Asked Questions) is a user maintained document. We're relying on your input
58 to make this document grow.</li>
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61 Support: If you need help we run a <a href="news://mitgcm.org/mitgcm.support">discussion
62 group</a> where you can post your questions and browse previous Q's &amp;
63 A's. You can email the group at <a href="mailto:support@mitgcm.org">support@mitgcm.org</a>.</li>
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65 <li>
66 Bugs: If you have found a bug you may report it by email to&nbsp; <a href="mailto:bugs@mitgcm.org">bugs@mitgcm.org</a>
67 and monitor the status of your report <a href="http://mitgcm.org/cgi-bin/mitgcm-bugs">on-line</a>.</li>
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69 <li>
70 MIT-JPL <a href="http://escher.JPL.NASA.GOV:2000/HyperNews/get.cgi/forums/mit-jpl.html">development
71 forum</a>.</li>
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73 <li>
74 Internal only: <a href="http://mitgcm.org/cgi-bin/mitgcm-bugs.private">Log-in</a>
75 to administrate bug reports</li>
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83 Projects</h2>
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85 <ul>
86 <li>
87 <a href="http://ecco.ucsd.edu">ECCO @ SIO</a>: Project site for "<b><u>E</u></b>stimating
88 the <b><u>C</u></b>irculation and <b><u>C</u></b>limate of the <b><u>O</u></b>cean":
89 also see <a href="http://ecco.jpl.nasa.gov/odap">ECCO @ JPL</a>.</li>
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91 <li>
92 <a href="http://charybdis.whoi.edu/sonya/LIWI/">Tidal interactions</a>
93 with sloping boundaries.</li>
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95 <li>
96 Gridding the sphere using <a href="http://mitgcm.lcs.mit.edu/cubedsphere">expanded
97 cubic grids</a>.</li>
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99 <li>
100 Long Island Sound (modeling at U. Conn)</li>
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102 <li>
103 Biogeochemical Tracers in a High Resolution Simulation of the <a href="http://mitgcm.org/projects/atlantic0.166/">North
104 Atlantic</a>.</li>
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109 <h2>
110 Links</h2>
111
112 <ul>
113 <li>
114 <a href="http://mitgcm.org/people">Who's who?</a>: List of people with
115 contact information.</li>
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117 <li>
118 Directories of <a href="http://stommel.tamu.edu/~baum/ocean_models.html">Ocean
119 Circulation Models</a> and <a href="http://stommel.tamu.edu/~baum/climate_modeling.html">Climate
120 Modeling Groups</a>.</li>
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122 <li>
123 Other sources of information: <a href="http://www-pcmdi.llnl.gov/amip/">AMIP</a>,
124 <a href="http://www-pcmdi.llnl.gov/cmip/cmiphome.html">CMIP</a>,
125 <a href="http://www.ipsl.jussieu.fr/OCMIP/">OCMIP</a>,
126 <a href="http://www-pcmdi.llnl.gov/amip/OINTS/oints.html">*MIP</a>,
127 LDEO
128 <a href="http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/datarep/index.html">Climate
129 Data Repository</a>.</li>
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132 At MIT: <a href="http://www-paoc.mit.edu/">PAOC</a> (Program in Atmospheres,
133 Oceans and Climate), <a href="http://web.mit.edu/cgcs/www/cmi.html">CMI</a>
134 (Climate Modeling Initiative)</li>
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