Annual seminar on Recent Developments in Numerical Methods for Atmospheric Modelling

The annual seminar on Recent Developments in Numerical Methods for Atmospheric Modelling was held from 7 ro 11 September 1998.

Proceedings

The new global icosahedral-hexagonal gridpoint model GME of the Deutscher Wetterdienst

R Bubnova

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The use of dynamical knowledge of the atmosphere to improve NWP models

M Cullen

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A new dynamical formulation for the UK Meteorological Office Unified Model

T Davies

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The influence of computer architectures on algorithms

D Dent

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Accurate numerical methods for stimulating advective and wave processes in atmospheric and oceanic dynamics

D G Dritschel

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Minimization algorithms for variational data assimilation

M Fisher

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Adaptation of spectral methods to non-uniform mapping (global and local)

J-F Geleyn

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The numerical scheme and lateral boundary conditions for the spectral HIRLAM and its adjoint

N Gustafsson

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Aspects of the numerics of the ECMWF model

M Hortal

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Semi-implicit semi-Lagrangian fully elastic nonhydrostatic model formulation

R Laprise

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The new global icosahedral-hexagonal gridpoint model GME of the Deutscher Wetterdienst

D Majewski

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The origin of noise in semi-Lagrangian integrations

A McDonald

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Efficient high-order semi-Lagrangian methods

R J Purser

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Non-standard grids

R J Purser

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Forward-in-time differencing for fluids: Nonhydrostatic modelling of fluid motions on a sphere

P Smolarkiewicz

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Finite-element methods

A Staniforth

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Semi-Lagrangian methods

A Staniforth

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Environment Canada's GEM (Global Environment Multiscale) model

A Staniforth

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Tangent-linear and adjoint models

C Temperton

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An overview of recent developments in numerical methods for atmospheric modelling

C Temperton

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Aspects of stratospheric modelling at ECMWF

A Untch

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