How to cite AWI-CM and it's contrubutions to CMIP6.

For information on citation of individual datasets, see section on CMIP6 experiments.

AWI-CM model itself:

Sidorenko, D., Rackow, T., Jung, T., Semmler, T., Barbi ,D., Danilov, S., Dethloff ,K., Dorn, W., Fieg, K., Goessling, H. F., Handorf, D., Harig, S.,  Hiller, W.,  Juricke, S., Losch, M.,  Schröter, J.,  Sein,  D. V., Wang, Q., (2015). Towards multi-resolution global climate modeling with ECHAM6–FESOM. Part I: model formulation and mean climate. Climate Dynamics, 44(3-4), 757-780.

Rackow, T., Goessling, H. F., Jung, T., Sidorenko, D., Semmler, T., Barbi, D., & Handorf, D. (2016). Towards multi-resolution global climate modeling with ECHAM6-FESOM. Part II: climate variability. Climate Dynamics, 1-26.

AWI-CM DECK and ScenarioMIP simulations:

Tido Semmler, S. Danilov, Paul Gierz, Helge Goessling, Jan Hegewald, Claudia Hinrichs, Nikolay V. Koldunov, Narges Khosravi, Longjiang Mu, Thomas Rackow, Dimitry Sein, Dimitry Sidorenko, Qiang Wang, Thomas Jung, Simulations for CMIP6 with the new climate model AWI-CM: characteristics of the control, historical and scenario simulations. Submitted to JAMES