Workshop on Techniques for Horizontal Discretization in Numerical Weather Prediction Models

The Workshop on Techniques for Horizontal Discretization in Numerical Weather Prediction Models was held from 2 to 4 November 1987.

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Finite-difference semi-Lagrangian techniques for integrating the shallow water equations on the sphere

J R Bates

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Simulations of orographic flows with a 10 km-scale hydrostatic model

P Bougeault

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Study of various quasi-Lagrangian techniques for numerical models

J Coiffier

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A global numerical weather prediction model with variable resolution. Application of the shallow-water equations

P Courtier

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Properties of the partial differential equations governing various types of atmospheric motion and implications for numerical methods

M J P Cullen

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The ECMWF spectral limited area model

J-M Hoyer

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Horizontal disretization and forcing

Z I Janjic

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Test of a spectral limited area shallow water model with time-dependent lateral boundary conditions and combined normal mode/semi-Lagrangian time integration schemes

B Machenhauer

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The use of characteristic based scheme for the 2-D shallow water equations

A Priestley

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Some aspects of the design and performance of the global ECMWF spectral model

A J Simmons

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Two-time-level semi-Lagrangian schemes for finite-element and spectral models

A Staniforth

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Petrov-Galerkin finite element schemes for horizontal discretization and conservation laws

J Steppeler

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Three-time-level semi-Lagrangian schemes for finite-element and spectral models

C Temperton

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Shape preserving interpolators for semi-Lagrangian transport

D L Williamson

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