Petascale computing has brought forth a transformational way of doing science. To the global effort on studying climate change, this shift has enabled not only tools more functional and more powerful than before but also a scientific exploration more comprehensive than before. In this work, we report our efforts to employ recent ultrascale visualization technologies (SciDAC Ultravis) to study model comparison in terrestrial biogeochemistry datasets produced by computation (SciDAC C-LAMP). While many of the current efforts are specific to climate modeling research, our method of location-specific summarizing visualization of extreme and normal relative distribution patterns is generally applicable to other fields of computational sciences.
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- Physics and Astronomy(all)