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The ECMWF forecasting and assimilation system The model equations  
   

The ECMWF global atmospheric model

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The ECMWF global atmospheric model
The dynamic ocean model
The ECMWF data assimilation and analysis system
Retrieving ECMWF deterministic forecasts
The relation between grid point values and observations
Some characteristics of deterministic NWP
 
 

The atmospheric general circulation model describes the dynamical evolution on the resolved scale and is augmented by the physical parameterisation, describing the mean effect of sub-grid processes and the land-surface model. Coupled to this is an ocean wave model (Bechtold et al, 2008).




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