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CMIP6 Ozone forcing dataset: supporting information

Checa-Garcia, Ramiro

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Hegglin, Michaela I
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Kinnison, Douglas; Plummer, David A.
Shine, Keith P.

This document describes additional supporting aspects of the publication: Historical tropospheric and stratospheric ozone radiative forcing using the CMIP6 database to fulfil the recommendations of AGU’s Data Policy as described in the Statement of Commitment of the Coalition on Publishing Data in the Earth and Space Sciences (COPDESS) and also in the Transparency and Openness Promotion Guidelines (TOP). Therefore, from the original CMIP6 Ozone forcing dataset documentation, it has been extracted specific validations in terms of total ozone column, partial ozone column, as well as zonal mean time series of ozone concentrations over several latitudinal bands. A second part of the document summarizes the code developed to create specific products like total column ozone or partial column ozone but also several steps of data analysis based on the estimation of time-series of concentrations, anomalies and seasonal cycles. Finally, a new specific chapter describes the ozone radiative forcing with CMAM model ozone concentrations.

This manuscript is not a full reference document of CMIP6 ozone dataset, it has been uploaded to provide supporting information (and pre-print material) to other journal publications. In order to cite properly the CMIP6 ozone dataset and their the contributors, please contact with Michaela I. Hegglin. Part of contents of this report might/will included on the official paper to be published on Geoscientific Model Development journal ( Hegglin, M., D. Kinnison, D. Plummer, R. Checa-Garcia, K. P. Shine, I. Cionni, J.-F. Lamarque et al (in preparation), Historical and future ozone database (1850-2100) in support of CMIP6, (Geoscientific Model Development).
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