Implementation of the initial ACCESS numerical weather prediction system

@article{Puri2013ImplementationOT,
  title={Implementation of the initial ACCESS numerical weather prediction system},
  author={Ajay K. Puri and Gary Dietachmayer and Peter Steinle and Martin R. Dix and Lawrence Rikus and Flora J. Logan-Klumpler and M. Naughton and Chris Tingwell and Y Xiao and Vaughan Barras and I. Bermous and J. R. Bowen and Marjanne J L Deschamps and Richard Charles Franklin and James Fraser and Tomasz J. Glowacki and Brett Harris and J. Lee and Tan Le and Greg Roff and Siti Aminah Sulaiman. and Holly Sims and X Y Sun and Zhian Sun and H. Q. Zhu and Mohar Chattopadhyay and Chandler Engel},
  journal={Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={63},
  pages={265-284}
}
K. Puri, G. Dietachmayer, P. Steinle, M. Dix, L. Rikus, L. Logan, M. Naughton, C. Tingwell, Y Xiao, V. Barras, I. Bermous, R. Bowen, L. Deschamps, C. Franklin, J. Fraser, T. Glowacki, B. Harris, J. Lee, T. Le, G. Roff, A. Sulaiman, H. Sims, X. Sun, Z. Sun, H. Zhu, M. Chattopadhyay, C. Engel Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research, A partnership between CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology 

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