The results of this research, if successful, will have direct applicability to the Global Modeling and Assimilation office at the Goddard Space Flight Center. When validated and integrated as a part of the Earth System Modeling Framework/MAPL software application, it will have a significant impact on the CPU processing time required of the NCCS during climate and weather simulation runs of GEOS-5, and of GEOS-6 when that modeling environment evolution becomes available. As the NCCS user base increases, the results of this research will increase the efficiency of GMAO's climate/weather simulation process, thus freeing up resources for others' use and/or increasing the resolution potential of GMAO's gridded components. The potential applications of this technology and approach include all High Performance Computing production environments working with extremely large input/results files, and multiprocessor tasking and utilization issues. Beyond Phase 2 we will make the technology available to all government agencies, will license to commercial entities, will provide consulting service to all on taking advantage of the newly developed technology. This technology is applicable beyond earth system models, and can include all multi-component fluid simulations including such varied envrionments such as aircraft aerodynamics, pollution cloud propagation, and internal combustion in gas turbines.