Annual seminar on Diagnosis of models and data assimilation systems

The annual seminar on Diagnosis of models and data assimilation systems was held from 6 to 10 September 1999.

Proceedings

Monitoring and quality control of the operational observing system

A Andersson

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Use of field data to diagnose land-surface interaction

A K Betts

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Forecasting of extreme weather events

H Bottger

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Diagnostic studies of the dynamical behaviour of the ECMWF model

M Cullen

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Introduction to the 25th ECMWF Seminar

A Hollingsworth

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Diagnosis of ocean-wave forecasting systems

P A E M Janssen

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Use of tendency-balance to diagnose the performance of models and data assimilation systems

E Klinker

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On North Atlantic interdecadal variability: a stochastic view

M Latif

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Future satellite observations for model diagnosis and initialization

P Morel

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Diagnosis of mesoscale forecasting systems

T E Nordeng

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A nonlinear dynamical perspective on model error: a proposal for nonlocal stochastic- dynamic parametrisation in weather and climate prediction models

T N Palmer

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Diagnosis of the performance of troposphere-middle atmosphere models

A Pawson

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Synoptic-dynamic diagnosis of medium-range weather forecasts systems

A Persson

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Verification of precipitation forecasts

K Puri

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Use of sensitivity analysis to diagnose forecasting system performance

F Rabier

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Use of single-column models and large-eddy simulations together with field data to evaluate parametrizations of atmospheric processes

D A Randall

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Ensembles using multiple models and analyses

D S Richardson

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Objective verification of deterministic forecasts

A Simmons

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The use of satellite data to evaluate climate model simulations of the radiation budget and clouds

A Slingo

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Internal diagnostics of data assimilation systems

O Talagrand

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