Here you can see how the input data for ISIMIP2b are organised on the DKRZ server. Note that if you don't require data over oceans, you can make use of the smaller, 'landonly' climate data files.
The ISIMIP2b data are stored on the DKRZ server and can be accessed using the path: /work/bb0820/ISIMIP/ISIMIP2b/InputData/. Below you can find an overview of the input data available. More detailed information can be found in the ISIMIP2b protocol (tables 1-7) and the input-data table.
All other input data describing land use and human influences can be found in the folder /InputData/[data-type], and further organised according to scenarios (1860soc, 2005soc, histsoc etc.). Scenarios with names starting with a year, e.g. 2005soc, denote that the data are held constant at levels corresponding to that year. Where the future data are dependent on the climate scenario, they are named according to the RCP; where the future data are dependent on the socio-economic scenario, the are named according to the SSP.
The input data files for ISIMIP2a can be copied directly via scp/rsync vre2.dkrz.de:/work/bb0820/ISIMIP/ISIMIP2a/InputData.
Before starting to download the input data, please read these important instructions about versioning!Folder Structure
Other Data Sets
The land-sea mask and all other input data sets can be found under /work/bb0820/ISIMIP/ISIMIP2a/InputData/other
A specialized rsync service is available via PIK which grants read-only access to some of the input data. "rsync" is an open source file transfer program for Unix systems providing a very fast method for bringing remote files into sync. Windows ports of rsync are available from several internet sites.
rsync hostname: rsync.pik-potsdam.de
rsync password: Isimip1234
To receive a list of remotely available files and sub folders use the following command:
More data set can be made available on request by asking the ISIMIP Data Manager.
There are two versions of the climate input data from the ISIMIP Fast Track: