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This project is in the same vein as Climate Prediction/BBC CP.

Two interesting observations:

1: The work units seem to be much smaller...........my current one being a 400 hours unit (as opposed to 2000 hours at CP).
2: Recommended ram requirement is 1 gig............could be a limiting factor.

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Please note: System Requirements

Please note that because this project uses a high-resolution climate model, it has fairly heavy CPU and Memory requirements:

* CPU: Pentium 4, 2.4GHz (or equivalent, or higher!) is the minimum CPU suggested to complete a single simulation in under 4 weeks if run continuously. Slower processors will take longer.
* RAM: 1GB of RAM is suggested, as the simulation takes up typically between 150-450MB of memory.
* Disk space: 500MB of hard disk space should suffice.
* Supported platforms: Windows XP/2000/NT and Linux.
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