Annual seminar on on Parametrization of Sub-grid Scale Physical Processes

The annual seminar on Parametrization of Sub-grid Scale Physical Processes was held from 5 to 9 September 1994.

Documents

PDF iconIntroduction

Proceedings

A survey of major land-surface experiments and a review of their main findings

J-C Andre

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The impact of some aspects of the boundary layer scheme in the ECMWF model

A C M Beljaars

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The use of adjoint equations in numerical weather prediction

P Courtier

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A review of parametrization schemes for radiative transfer

R G Ellingson

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Observations for validating radiative transfer parametrizations

R G Ellingson

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Atmospheric parametrization schemes in Meteo-France's ARPEGE NWP model

J-F Geleyn

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The representation of moist convection in atmospheric models

D Gregory

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Observations for validating cumulus parametrizations

R H Johnson

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Diagnosis of diabatic forcing

E Klinker

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The verification of weather parameters

A Lanzinger

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The significance of subgrid-scale orography and problems in their representation in GCMs

F Lott

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The significance of convection in NWP and climate modelling

M Miller

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The parametrization of sub-grid scale orography

S Mobbs

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An overview of physics in the CSU model

D A Randall

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The role of clouds in the general circulation of the atmosphere

D A Randall

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Significance of land-surface processes and their role in the atmospheric general circulation

P Rowntree

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The significance of radiatve transfer and its role in the atmospheric general circulation

A Slingo

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A review of parametrization schemes for turbulent boundary-layer processes

R B Stull

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A survey of observations of the boundary-layer

R B Stull

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A review of parametrization schemes for land-surface processes

P Viterbo

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