JCOPE Ocean Prediction Research Team
Environmental Variability Prediction and Application Research Group (EVPARG)
Application Laboratory (APL)

JAMSTEC


News

April 18 2016: Web server was replaced and VWP visualization system was updated to the latest version.

July 15, 2012: Test simulation of JCOPE-T on extended regional domain named EAS (East-Asian Seas) and covering all coastal waters surrounding Japanese Islands and more were started. Hourly results are available. Model includes ocean tides, 3-hourly meteorological forcing and is nested to JCOPE2 ocean simulation system. It operates daily. Simulation results are provided for every hour.

June 2012: Updated the background map presentation on the generated pages. Please test it!

May 15, 2010: Routine JCOPET regional high resolution tide-resolving ocean simulation system was extended to include Pacific Ocean, East-China Sea and Japan Sea coastal waters for Japanese Islands from Kyushu to Southern Hokkaido. Model has horizontal resolution about 3 km, has 47 vertical generalized sigma layers, is nested to JCOPE2 ocean simulation system and operates daily. Simulation results are provided for every hour.

March 6, 2010: JCOPE2 re-analysis was replaced by new FRA-JCOPE2 reanalysis product that benefits from assimilation of newly made available Japan Fishery Research Agency ocean T/S profiles data in Japanese coastal waters. Results are available for interactive visualization and download from this server. Data are vertically interpolated on z-levels (0,100,200,300 and 400m).

October 29, 2009: JCOPE2 regional high resolution tide-resolving ocean simulation system for Pacific Ocean South-East of Japan started routine real-time experimental operations.

June 25, 2009: JCOPE2 re-analysis data and real-time North-West Pacific Ocean simulation results are available for interactive visualization and download from this server. Data are vertically interpolated on z-levels of 1,100,200 and 400m.



Please select the project in the left frame to access data.
Download instructions could be found at the "Data set" description pages following link at the top of interactive visualization parameter menu frame.

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