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25 jmc 1.2 <div class="c1"><br /><span class="c3"><b>Past News</b></span></div>
26 edhill 1.1
27 jmc 1.2 <p><b>January 15, 2008&nbsp;:</b></p>
28     <blockquote>
29     Breaking News: Hidden up-to-date Documentation escaped from hide-out:
30     <br>
31     <A href="http://mitgcm.org/public/r2_manual/latest/">Latest Online Documentation</A>
32     <br>
33     <img src="docfest2008.jpeg" alt="DocFestJan2008" border="0" width="86" height="86" />
34     </blockquote>
35    
36     <p><b>March 19, 2007&nbsp;:</b></p>
37     <blockquote>
38     Breaking News: The MITgcm is now able to generate Sea-Ice Donuts.
39     In a push to move forward MITgcm on the path of fundamental science and climate
40     understanding, David Ferreira and Jean-Michel Campin
41     simulated a Sea-ice Donut using a coupled AquaPlanet configuration (see
42     movie <A href="/movies/Sea_Ice_Donut_x1.mpg">here</A>).
43     This experiment was initialized with the T and S fields from
44     a previous Aquaplanet run which has polar sea-ice caps. These
45     caps are associated with salt-compensated temperature inversions in the upper
46     ocean. The new run is initialized without sea-ice and within a month, large
47     sea-ice caps grow over the poles, rejecting salt. This triggers convection which
48     in turns brings relatively warm water to the surface and melts the ice close
49     to the poles. Here we have a <A href="/movies/Sea_Ice_Donut_x1.mpg">donut</A>.
50     Look out for that chapter on aqua-planets in the next IPCC report!
51     </blockquote>
52    
53     <p><b>Feb 04, 2007&nbsp;:</b></p>
54     <blockquote>
55     News is back by popular request. New advection schemes are currently
56     being tested. Some preliminary results from the new schemes can be seen
57     <A href="/projects/advection_test_jan07/advection_testing.html">
58     here.
59     </A>
60     The plots show a tracer being transported and stretched in the
61     MITgcm advect_xz verification test. Both new schemes (OS7MP
62     and Prather second-order scheme with limiting) have very low implied
63     diffusivity.
64     We are currently evaluating the
65     schemes to assess their implied diffusivity, with a bottle of
66     Jean-Michel's favorite Belgian
67     beer going to the the least diffusive scheme - watch this space!
68     </blockquote>
69    
70     <p><b>March 9, 2005&nbsp;:</b></p>
71     <blockquote>
72     A short article entitled
73     "NASA Supercomputer Improves Prospects for Ocean Climate Research"
74     in the current EOS (volume 86, number 9, March 1 2005)
75     gives a succinct overview of some of the advanced high-resolution
76     state-estimation work being undertaken with MITgcm by members
77     of the ECCO consortium. The article describes
78     ground-breaking computational
79     technologies that have enabled this work and outlines the future goals of
80     this next generation planetary scale assimilation initiative. A pdf containing
81     the article can be found
82     <a href="/pdfs/EOSecco.pdf">
83     here.
84     </a>
85     </blockquote>
86    
87     <p><b>Sep 24, 2004&nbsp;:</b></p>
88     <blockquote>
89     MITgcm is now able to write and (to a lesser extent) read NetCDF files.
90     The framework (the "MNC" package) has been tested by numerous developers
91     on literally dozens of machines and, for the past month, has been a
92     working part of our standard verification suite. We encourage MITgcm
93     users (especially new users) to try out the MNC package since the model
94     output is now much easier to read and understand. For further NetCDF
95     information please see:
96     <ul>
97     <li><a href="http://mitgcm.org/cmi_redir.php/package_mnc">
98     Manual entry for the MNC package.</a></li>
99     <li>Directions <a
100     href="http://mitgcm.org/pipermail/mitgcm-support/2004-September/002589.html">
101     from our email archives</a> and <a
102     href="http://mitgcm.org/mwiki/index.php/MNC_Package">from our
103     wiki</a> for installing NetCDF.</li>
104     <li>The <a
105     href="http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/content/software/netcdf/">
106     main NetCDF web site</a>.</li>
107     </ul>
108     </blockquote>
109    
110     <p><b>May 20, 2004 at 05:01 EDT&nbsp;:</b></p>
111     <blockquote>
112     Congratulations to Ed and Boo on the birth this
113     morning of a 7lb 1oz, baby girl,
114     <a href="http://eddy.csail.mit.edu/gallery/Alex-Arrives">Alexandra Sophia</a>.
115     </blockquote>
116    
117     <p><b>April 13, 2004&nbsp;:</b></p>
118     <blockquote>
119     A new movie by Dimitris Menemenlis and Chris Henze shows ice dynamics
120     over the North Pole. The viscous-plastic behavior of ice sheets subject
121     to wind forcing and ocean currents can be clearly seen in the
122     translucent ice-sheet. The movie can be downloaded from <a
123     href="/movies/ice_03.mpg"> here</a> (this one is 91MB!). A set of web
124     pages with summary information regarding MITgcm simulations being
125     carried out in the ECCO high resolution global ocean state estimation
126     initiative can be found <a href="http://ecco2.org/">
127     here</a>.
128     </blockquote>
129    
130     <p><b>March 26, 2004 at 01:38 EST&nbsp;:</b></p>
131     <blockquote>
132     Congratulations to Alistair and Sonya on the birth this
133     morning of a 7lb 3oz, 19.5 inches long baby girl, Ariane Jade.
134     </blockquote>
135    
136     <p><b>January 22, 2004&nbsp;:</b></p>
137     <blockquote>
138     A spectacular movie by Chris Henze of NASA AMES beautifully captures an
139     eddy permitting expanded cube sphere MITgcm simulation being carried out,
140     as part of the <a href="http://www.ecco-group.org">ECCO</a> project, by
141     Dimitris Menemenlis and others at JPL with help from core MITgcm team members
142     and staff from NASA AMES. The animation
143     shows the speed of ocean currents at 15m depth from the simulation, it can be
144     downloaded <a href="/movies/cube_6.mpg">here</a> (its 47MB
145     but worth waiting for!). A second animation with different perspectives and
146     rotation can be downloaded <a href="/movies/cube_7.mpg">here</a>.
147     As described <a href="/pdfs/agu_2004/menemenlis_et_al.pdf">here</a> Dimitris
148     Menemenlis will be presenting aspects of this calculation at AGU in Portland.
149     A list of some other AGU 2004 presentation abstracts related to MITgcm can be
150     found <a href="/pdfs/agu_2004/">here</a>.
151     </blockquote>
152    
153 edhill 1.1 <p><b>December 9th 2003&nbsp;:</b></p>
154     <blockquote>
155 jmc 1.2 The <a href="http://mitgcm.org/public/testing.html"> new continuous testing
156 edhill 1.1 page at </a> provides information on the status of the latest
157     development code. The page shows summary pass-fail ratios for the
158     MITgcm regression tests on various platforms. Details on the
159     platforms being tested and detailed information on the status of
160     individual regression tests can be viewed from links on the test page.
161     </blockquote>
162    
163     <p><b>October 27th 2003&nbsp;:</b></p>
164     <blockquote>
165     <b><a href="http://paoc.mit.edu/cmi/">MIT Climate Modeling Initiative
166     (CMI)</a></b> web pages introduce the MITgcm model, its
167     applications, and the development team.
168     </blockquote>
169    
170     <p><b>October 21st 2003&nbsp;:</b></p>
171     <blockquote>
172     MITgcm and ECCO-JPL team <b><a
173     href="http://www.sgi.com/newsroom/press_releases/2003/october/linux.html">
174     feature as showcase application</a></b> in NASA-SGI large shared
175     memory system program.
176     </blockquote>
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