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The NCAR Community Climate Model (CCM3) is an atmospheric general circulation model designed for climate research on high-speed supercomputers and select upper-end workstations. Developed in NCAR's Climate & Global Dynamics Division, CCM3 is a valuable and free resource for scientists and graduate students in a wide array of specialties to use in conducting global modeling experiments in their particular area of expertise. CCM3 also serves as the atmospheric component of NCAR's Climate System Model (CSM) and the Parallel Climate Model (PCM), two examples of current state-of-the-art fully-coupled global climate models.

       
       

 

 

CCM3T170   CCSM CAM3 T341 Cloud and Precipitation Simulation
The Community Atmosphere Model (CAM) is the latest in a series of global atmosphere models developed at NCAR for the weather and climate research communities. CAM also serves as the atmospheric component of the Community Climate System Model (CCSM).
       
       
  CCM3T170   CCM3 Cloud and Precipitation Simulation at T170 Resolution
The NCAR Community Climate Model (CCM3) is a state of the art atmospheric general circulation model designed for climate research on high-speed supercomputers and select upper-end workstations.