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Description: This collection of datasets hold the tropical storm tracks derived from outputs of MRI-AGCM3-2 and NICAM.16 for the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 6 (CMIP6) HighResMIP. The storm tracks are identified by using TempestExtremes (Ullrich and Zarzycki, 2017; Zarzycki and Ullrich, 2017). TemepstExtremes was used as the same criteria as Roberts (2020ab). If you use this dataset, please refer Kodama et al. (2021), Mizuta et al. (2022) and Roberts et al. (2020ab). - Kodama, C., et al., 2021: The Nonhydrostatic ICosahedral Atmospheric Model for CMIP6 HighResMIP simulations (NICAM16-S): experimental design, model description, and impacts of model updates, Geoscientific Model Development, 14, 795–820. - Mizuta, R., et al., 2022: Extreme precipitation in 150-year continuous simulations by 20-km and 60-km atmospheric general circulation models with dynamical downscaling over Japan by a 20-km regional climate model. Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan, 100, 523–532, - Roberts M. J., et al., 2020a: Impact of model resolution on tropical cyclone simulation using the HighResMIP-PRIMAVERA multi-model ensemble. Journal of Climate, 33, 2557–2583. - Roberts M. J., et al., 2020b: Projected future changes in tropical cyclones using the CMIP6 HighResMIP multi-model ensemble. Geophysical Research Letters, 47, e2020GL088662. - Ullrich, P. A., and Zarzycki C. M., 2017: TempestExtremes: a framework for scale-insensitive pointwise feature tracking on unstructured grids. Geoscience Model Development, 10, 1069–1090. - Zarzycki, C.M., and Ullrich, P. A., 2017: Assessing sensitivities in algorithmic detection of tropical cyclones in climate data. Geophysical Research Letters, 44, 1141–1149.


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