ECMWF/WCRP Workshop on Clouds, Radiative Transfer and the Hydrological Cycle

The ECMWF/WCRP Workshop on Clouds, Radiative Transfer and the Hydrological Cycle was held from 12 to 15 November 1990.

Working Groups

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Proceedings

State-of-the-art precipitation estimates from satellites

P A Arkin

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The hydrological cycle in the ECMWF short range forecasts

K Arpe

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Radiation and cloud parameterization at the National Meteorological Center

K Campana

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Inter and intra-diurnal variations of cloudiness over Africa from Meteosat observations

J-Ph Duvel

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Radiation budget and longwave cloud forcing anomalies from NOAA operational data

A Gruber

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Modelling and validation of clouds and radiation in the NCAR Community Climate Model

J T Kiehl

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Use of satellite data to validate the hydrological cycle of the ECMWF model

E Klinker

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Sensitivity and validation studies with a prognostic cloud generation model

H Le Treut

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Estimation of latent heat flux over oceans

W T Liu

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Diagnostics of cloud-radiation interactions using model-simulated Meteosat brightness temperatures

J-J Morcrette

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Cloud forcing: a modeling perspective

G L Potter

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Simulation of convective cloud fields in large scale models

P J Rasch

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Explicit representation of clouds and precipitation

E Richard

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Global cloud properties inferred from ISCCP analysis

W B Rossow

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Studies of convection and cloud parametrizations in the GISS climate GCM

W B Rossow

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Cloud and aerosol products at NOAA/NESDIS

L L Stowe

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Simulation of convective cloud fields in large scale models

M Tiedtke

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Simulation of cloud radiative forcing with the ECMWF model

M Vesperini

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Analysis of cloud information from surface weather reports

S G Warren

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