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13.09.27

The JCOPE2 forecast system has been modified (1) to include assimilation of Saral/Altika and Cryosat-2 altimeters data in addition to Jason-2 data, (2) to include assimilation of MODIS-SST data, and (3) to add a constraint of the 3D-VAR formulation for better representation of oceanic conditions in the Kuroshio-Oyashio mixed water region.

13.07.05

An announcement of International Workshop on Ocean Waves and Related Processes Web site

12.05.01

Update of the radioactivity simulation: http://www.jamstec.go.jp/frcgc/jcope/htdocs/e/fukushima.html

12.01.30

Update of the radioactivity simulation: http://www.jamstec.go.jp/frcgc/jcope/htdocs/e/fukushima.html

11.12.19

An announcement of 4th International Workshop Modeling the Ocean (IWMO2012) Web site

11.11.14

Renewal of JCOPE web. A page http://www.jamstec.go.jp/frcgc/jcope/htdocs/e/fukushima.html provides information of a radioactivity simulation associated with the Fukushima accident

10.03.17

The FRA-JCOPE2 reanalysis data (1 Jan. 1993- 31 Dec. 2009) are now available from the JCOPE group. The page http://www.jamstec.go.jp/frcgc/jcope/distribution/ provides information about the FRA-JCOPE2 reanalysis.

09.07.01

The JCOPE2 reanalysis data (1993-2008) are now available from the JCOPE group. The page http://www.jamstec.go.jp/frcgc/jcope/distribution/ provides information about the JCOPE2 reanalysis.

08.11.21

The JCOPE2 forecast system has been modified (1) to implement a 3DVAR cost function with the anisotropic shape, (2) to introduce a flow dependent background error covariance, and (3) to rearrenge the EOF modes for better representation of oceanic conditions in the Kuroshio-Oyashio mixed water region.

08.11.14

The JCOPE activity was introduced by a paper [PDF,0.7MB] introducing Asia-Oceania ocean prediction efforts at GODAE final symposium .

08.11.04

The JCOPE2 forecast system has been modified to implement the anisotropic harmonic viscosity scheme for restraining Kuroshio meandering with too large amplitude south of Japan in the model prediction.

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