Visualisations

Receiving data from different partners within eSTICC, all of the visualisations were performed by CSC’s specialist Jyrki Hokkanen.

Millennium-scale simulation of the Greenland ice sheet and climate change (2018)

Above you can see simulations concerning surface air temperature in the Arctic and Greenland glacier ice thickness, e.g. when will the Arctic see ice be gone during summer and during winter according to the simulations. For details of the simulation and credits see video at 4:20.

Credits DMI, CSC (J. Hokkanen, visualisation)

Aerosol transport (2017)

Credits Univ. Helsinki (R. Makkonen, simulation), CSC (J. Hokkanen, visualisation)

Greenland from space: Greenland ice sheet modelling (2016)

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Configuration of the Greenland ice sheet after simulation spanning 200 years using Elmer/Ice (see animation below).

Credits: IGE (F. Gillet-Chaulet, simulation)/CSC (J. Hokkanen, visualisation)

Output from of Elmer/Ice run computing evolution of Greenland ice sheet from 2000-2200 using ECHAM 5/MAR forcing based on A1B scenario.

Credits: IGE (F. Gillet-Chaulet, simulation)/CSC (J. Hokkanen, visualisation)

Visualisation of NEMO-LIM simulation run (2015)

Animation shows evolution sea surface temperature and sea-ice cover

Credits: FMI (P. Uotila, data)/CSC (J. Hokkanen, visualisation)

Animation shows evolution salinity

Credits: FMI (P. Uotila, data)/CSC (J. Hokkanen, visualisation)