About

ACCESS-NRI provides software engineering support for Australia’s Earth System research.

The Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator (ACCESS) is a large computer modelling system for research that includes atmospheric, ocean, sea-ice, and land surface models coupled to a range of chemical and biological models. Currently, the system supports critical modelling and research that contributes to international global climate reports, weather forecasting, seasonal prediction, climate projection and climate adaptation policy among many other uses.

What is ACCESS-NRI

The Australian Earth-System Simulator National Research Infrastructure (NRI) provides software engineering support for Australia’s Earth System research.

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Aims

We aim to enhance significantly the capability for research in weather, climate and Earth System modelling necessary for Australia to navigate environmental change.

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National Computational Infrastructure (NCI)

Partners and collaborators

We are a major collaborative undertaking between the Bureau of Meteorology, CSIRO and five Australian universities, in collaboration with national and international partners.

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Governance

ACCESS-NRI operates under the operational framework of its host institution, The Australian National University (ANU) on the advice of the ACCESS-NRI Board.

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