Annual seminar on parametrization of sub grid physical processes

The annual seminar on parametrization of sub grid physical processes took place at ECMWF from 1-4 September 2008.

Programme

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Presentations

Monday 1 September  
Session 1: Processes
 

Radiation parametrization and clouds

Robin Hogan (University of Reading)

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Cloud parametrization

Adrian Tompkins (ICTP)

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Convection parametrization

Peter Bechtold (ECMWF)

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Boundary layer processes

Bjorn Stevens (UCLA)

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Soil drying in Europe and its impact on atmospheric circulations

Bart van den Hurk (KNMI)

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Tuesday 2 September  

Aerosol modelling

Michael Schulz (LSCE)

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Microphysics: From intricacy to simplicity

Richard Forbes (ECMWF)

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Session 2: High resolution modelling
 

Parametrization of boundary layer clouds

Pier Siebesma (KNMI)

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Limited area modelling in CRM mode

Peter Clark (University of Reading)

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Multiscale modeling framework and parametrization

David Randall (Colorado State University)

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Wednesday 3 September  
Session 3: Interactions
 

Cloud/radiation interactions

Sandrine Bony (LMD/IPSL)

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Tropical variability

Brian Mapes (University of Miami)

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Parametrized processes and atmospheric variability

Thomas Jung (ECMWF)

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Land surface versus ocean influence on atmosphere

Hervé Douville (Météo-France)

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Convection/dynamics interaction including stochastic approaches

Glenn Shutts (Met Office)

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Thursday 4 September  
Session 4: Verification/validation
 

What can we learn from AMMA about physical processes and models?

Françoise Guichard (Météo-France)

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Physical relations in observations and models

Alan Betts (Atmospheric Research)

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Satellite observations of cloud and precipitation processes and their interactions

Graeme Stephens (Colorado State University)

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Understanding the local and global impacts of model physics changes

Mark Rodwell (ECMWF)

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Proceedings

Convection parametrization

P Bechtold

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Land-surface-atmosphere coupling in observations and models

A Betts

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Why are cloud-radiation interactions so critical for climate modelling

S Bony

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Limited area modelling in CRM mode

P Clark

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Land surface versus ocean influence on atmospheric variability and predictability at the seasonal timescale

H Douville

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Microphysics: From intricacy to simplicity

R M Forbes

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What can we learn from AMMA about physical processes and models?

F Guichard

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Shonk Radiation parametrization and clouds

R J Hogan

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The ECMWF model climate: Recent progress through improved physical parametrizations

T Jung

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Convection waves: significant large-scale weather with medium range predictability (if subgrid parameterizations work right)

B Mapes

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Multiscale modeling framework and parametrization

D A Randall

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Understanding the local and global impacts of model physics changes

M Rodwell

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Aerosol modelling

M Schulz

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Dynamical impacts of convection and stochastic approaches

G Shutts

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Parametrization of boundary layer clouds: A GCSS perspective

P Siebesma

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Satellite observations of cloud and precipitation processes and their interactions

G Stephens

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Boundary layer processes for weather and climate

B Stevens

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Cloud parametrization

A M Tompkins

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Soil drying in Europe and its impact on atmospheric circulations

B van den Hurk

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