This is the TM5 website. You will find here an overview of the model and of the main applications with TM5. Also you will find highlights and references to papers that use TM5. To get a flavor of scientific output of the TM5 model, see "Old Pictures of the month”
Picture of the Month (June 2016 - Sept 2016)
- Huijnen, V. et al. Fire carbon emissions over maritime southeast Asia in 2015 largest since 1997. Nature Publishing Group 6, 1–8 (2016).
This paper uses C-IFS model simulations (with TM5 chemistry) to optimize fire carbon emissions based on MOPITT CO columns.
Figure 4. Left panel: Evolution of the 3-day running mean CO column amounts calculated over the maritime southeast Asian region from C-IFS-GFAS (blue) and C-IFS-BG (red, solid), as compared to MOPITT observations (black). Bias of C-IFS-BG CO column amounts with respect to MOPITT are also shown (red, dash). In grey dashes we shown the number of 1° × 1° gridded observational samples (right axis). Right panel: Evolution of GFAS23 (blue) and BG (red) CO emissions. In grey the corresponding total carbon emissions (right axis).