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  • SARCCIS serves as a one‑stop datacenter that:
       a) freely disseminates high‑resolution, multi‑model and multi‑scenarios simulated data;
       b) provides guidance on data usage and reliability, including uncertainty and;
       c) conducts trainings to users on how to access, analyze and interpret the data
  • SARCCIS is a product of the Southeast Asia Regional Climate Downscaling (SEACLID) / Coordinated Regional Downscaling Experiment (CORDEX) Southeast Asia Project
  • Model simulated data in SARCCIS is archived as part of the Earth System Grid Federation (ESGF) Peer-to- Peer (P2P) Enterprise System
  • In the long run, SARCCIS is envisioned to archive other products including bias-corrected model data, data from statistical downscaling, observed data and information on impacts of climate change in the region
  • SARCCIS champions climate services in the Southeast Asia region


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The Southeast Asia Regional Climate Downscaling (SEACLID)/CORDEX Southeast Asia


Regional 14 : Southeast Asia

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SEACLID/CORDEX SEA Domain
(85.5°E-146.6°E, 15°S-27°N)

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   The Southeast Asia Regional Climate Downscaling (SEACLID) / Coordinated Regional Climate Downscaling Experiment (CORDEX) Southeast Asia project is a bottom-up initiative by scientists within and outside the Southeast Asia region. Initiated in November 2013, the SEACLID project was established by climate scientists from Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Cambodia and Lao PDR, led by Professor Fredolin Tangang of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM, Malaysia) with funding from the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN). Subsequently after its inception, SEACLID was streamlined into CORDEX, a programme under the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and jointly sponsored by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC), and the International Council for Science (ICSU). SEACLID was then renamed as SEACLID/CORDEX Southeast Asia and became the 14th domain of CORDEX.

   SEACLID/CORDEX Southeast Asia now also involves scientists from countries outside the region including Australia, Sweden, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, Hong Kong SAR and South Korea. With additional funding from some countries involved in the project, SEACLID/CORDEX Southeast Asia has successfully completed more than 30 regional climate simulations at 25 km resolution over the Southeast Asia domain (see below) using multiple climate models and emission scenarios (see Table of simulation matrix).

   The first phase of SEACLID/CORDEX Southeast Asia project will end in June 2018. However, with continued funding support from the APN, the second phase of the project will continue until 2020, headed by Asst. Prof. Dr. Jerasorn Santisirisomboon of Ramkhamhaeng University Center of Regional Climate Change and Renewable Energy (RU-CORE, Thailand). In the second phase simulations will be done to further downscale climate projections at 5 km resolution over a number of key regions within Southeast Asia.

Table 1: Simulation matrix indicating contry Contribution, General Circulation Model (GCM), Regional Climate Model (RCM) and Representative Concentration Pathway (RCP) used in the SEACLID/CORDEX Southeast Asia simulation.
Contribution by Country General Circulation Model (GCM) Representative Concentration Pathway (RCP) Regional Climate Model (RCM)
Vietnam CNRM-CM5 (CNRM, France) RCP8.5, 4.5 RegCM4 (ICTP, Italy)
Philippines HadGEM2 (Hadley Centre, UK) RCP8.5, 4.5 RegCM4 (ICTP, Italy)
Thailand MPI-ESM-MR (MPI-M, Germany) RCP8.5, 4.5 RegCM4 (ICTP, Italy)
Thailand EC-Earth (EC-Earth, Consortium) RCP8.5, 4.5 RegCM4 (ICTP, Italy)
Indonesia CSIRO MK3.6 (CSIRO, Australia) RCP8.5, 4.5 RegCM4 (ICTP, Italy)
Malaysia* CanESM2 (CCCMA, Canada) RCP8.5, 4.5 RegCM4 (ICTP, Italy)
Malaysia IPSL-CM5A-LR (IPSL, France) RCP8.5, 4.5 RegCM4 (ICTP, Italy)
Malaysia GFDL-ESM2M (GFDL, USA.) RCP8.5, 4.5 RegCM4 (ICTP, Italy)
South Korea HAdGEM2-AO (Hadley Centre, UK) RCP8.5, 4.5 WRF (NCAR, USA.)
Sweden CNRM-CM5 (CNRM, France) RCP8.5, 4.5 RCA4 (SMHI, Sweden)
Sweden HAdGEM2-ES (Hadley Centre, UK) RCP8.5, 4.5 RCA4 (SMHI, Sweden)
Australia** CNRM-CM5 (CNRM, France) RCP8.5 CCAM (CSIRO, Australia)
Australia** CCSM4 (NCAR, USA.) RCP8.5 CCAM (CSIRO, Australia)
Australia** ACCESS1.3 (CSIRO, Australia) RCP8.5 CCAM (CSIRO, Australia)
Hong Kong SAR*** ESM2M (GFDL, USA) RCP8.5, 4.5 RegCM4 (ICTP, Italy
United Kingdom HAdGEM2-ES (Hadley Centre, UK) RCP8.5 PRECIS(Hadley Centre, UK)
Germany*** MPI-ESM-LR (MPI-M, Germany) RCP8.5, 4.5 ROM (MPI-M, Germany)
Japan MRI-AGCM3.2 (MRI, Japan) RCP8.5, 4.5 NHRCM (MRI, Japta)
[Note: * yet to be completed, ** time-slice runs, *** 50 km x 50 km and with slighly different domains to cover Western Pacific warm pool]

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