Program for the 17th Annual WRF Users' Workshop


To view short abstracts for each presentation, click the presentation number to the left of the title.

 

 



Monday, June 27:  Best Practices for Computing

1:30 - 5:00 P.M.

Dave Gill, John Exby, Kate Fossell



1:30 - 2:30  WRF Parallelism Best Practices    Presentation (includes presentation for Optimization Best Practices) Review of WRF: patch, tile, halo   ·   How MPI and OpenMP fit into WRF parallelism   ·   Strong vs. weak scaling   ·   Choosing domains   ·   Domain and computation decomposition   ·   Impact of nesting on core counts · Nesting overhead
2:30 - 3:00 Coffee Break

3:00 - 3:45   WRF in Docker Containers   Presentation Overview and advantages of Docker technology  ·   How to build WRF and datasets for container use   ·   Running WRF from inside a container   ·   Automating WRF Docker images, including cloud deployments   ·   Future work and goals for NCAR Docker WRF
3:45 - 4:00  Break

4:00 - 5:00  WRF Optimization Best Practices    Presentation (includes presentation for Parallelism Best Practices) I/O   ·   Benchmarking   ·   Debugging

 

 

 

Tuesday, June 28, 8:30 - 8:45 

Welcome Remarks

 

 

Session 1:  WRF Modeling System Development Update

8:45 - 10:00 Tuesday, June 28

Chair: Jordan Powers, National Center for Atmospheric Research/Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Laboratory

1.1

The Weather Research and Forecasting Model: 2016 annual update.  

Dudhia, Jimy, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation


1.2

Overview of WRFDA.  

Liu, Zhiquan, Juanzhen Sun, Hui-Chuan Lin, Michael Kavulich, Feng Gao, Chun Yang, Syed Rizvi, Hailing Zhang, and Ying Zhang, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

1.3

WRF-Chem V3.8: A summary of status and updates.  

Grell, Georg A., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth System Research Laboratory (NOAA/ESRL), Ravan Ahmadov, NOAA/ESRL and Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, Steven Peckham, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, and many other directly contributing authors
Presentation

1.4

A hybrid terrain following vertical coordinate in WRF.  

Gill, Dave, Joe Klemp, and Jimy Dudhia, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

 

 

10:00 - 10:30 

 Coffee Break

 

 

Session 2:  Other Status Reports

10:30 - 12:15 Tuesday, June 28 

Chair: Ligia Bernardet, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth System Research Laboratory

2.1

Providing operational GSI and EnKF to the research community: 2016 update.  

Shao, Hui, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Ming Hu, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, Don Stark, Chunhua Zhou, and Kathryn Newman, NCAR
Presentation

2.2

Hurricane WRF: 2016 operational implementation and community support.  

Liu, Bin, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Environmental Modeling Center (NOAA/EMC) and IM Systems Group, Inc. (IMSG), A. Mehra, V. Tallapragada, NOAA/EMC, K. Newman, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), C. Holt, L. Bernardet, NOAA/Global Systems Division (GSD) and University of Colorado/Cooperative Institute for Research in the Environmental Sciences (CU/CIRES), S. Trahan, Z. Zhang, NOAA/EMC and IMSG, M. Biswas, NCAR, M. Tong, W. Wang, B. Zhang, L. Zhu, D. Sheinin, J. Sippel, NOAA/EMC and IMSG, Q. Liu, NOAA/EMC, S. Abarca, H.-S. Kim, NOAA/EMC and IMSG, B. Thomas, I. Ginis, University of Rhode Island, T. Marchok, NOAA/Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GSD), L. Carson, NCAR, J. Frimel, NOAA/GSD and Colorado State University/Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, and J. Halley Gotway, NCAR
Presentation

2.3

Development of WRF-ARW for Rapid-Refresh (RAP) and High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) applications:  From research to operations and beyond.  

Alexander, Curtis, Steve Weygandt, Stan Benjamin, David Dowell, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Ming Hu, Tanya Smirnova, Joe Olson, Jaymes Kenyon, NOAA and Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), Georg Grell, NOAA, Eric James, NOAA and CIRES, Haidao Lin, NOAA and Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA), Terra Ladwig, NOAA and CIRES, John Brown, Trevor Alcott, NOAA, and Isidora Jankov, NOAA and CIRA
Presentation

2.4

Commercial applications driven by WRF at The Weather Company.  

Hutchinson, Todd, The Weather Company
Presentation

2.5

Recent advances in WRF modeling for air quality applications.  

Pleim, Jonathan, Limei Ran, and Rob Gilliam, United States Environmental Protection Agency
Presentation

2.6

NASA-Unified WRF Updates.  

Matsui, Toshi, National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA/GSFC) and University of Maryland/Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center, Eric Kemp, NASA GSFC and Science Systems and Applications, Inc., and J. Santanello, NASA GSFC, and NU-WRF Team 
Presentation 

2.7

Future modeling plans for NCEP-EMC.

DiMego, Geoff and Hendrik Tolman, National Centers for Environmental Prediction/Environmental Modeling Center
Presentation

 

 

12:15 - 1:30 

Lunch

 

 

Session 3:  LES Development and Applications

1:30 - 3:00 Tuesday, June 28 

Chair: Cliff Mass, University of Washington

3.1

Hybrid finite difference scheme with improved spectral resolution.  

Kosovic, Branko, Domingo Munoz-Esparza, National Center for Atmospheric Research, and Jeremy Sauer, Los Alamos National Labs

3.2

Development of multiscale modeling capabilities within WRF: Validation on idealized cases and a diurnal cycle of the CWEX-13 field campaign.

Muñoz-Esparza, Domingo, Branko Kosović, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Julie K. Lundquist, University of Colorado, and Jeremy Sauer, Los Alamos National Laboratory

3.3

WRF-LES in the real world: Towards a seamless modeling chain for wind industry applications.

Montornes, Alex, Pau Casso, Gil Lizcano, Vortex, and Branko Kosovic, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

3.4

WRF FDDA, ensemble NWP, and LES for power grid applications in China.

Liu, Yubao, Will Y.Y. Cheng, Gregory Roux, Yuewei Liu, Luca Delle Monache, Branko Kosovic, Sue Ellen Haupt, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Shuanglei Feng, Chu Liu, and Weisheng Wang, Chinese Electric Power Research Institute
Presentation 

3.5

Mesoscale comparison of simulated and observed winds during Sandy's landfall on New Jersey.

Schiavone, James A., Independent Scientist, Peter Johnsen, Cray Incorporation, David A. Robinson, Mathieu Gerbush, Rutgers University, and Alan Norton, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation
Extended Abstract

3.6

Planning for routine large-eddy simulations by the DOE Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Facility: The LES ARM Symbiotic Simulation and Observation (LASSO) project.

Gustafson, William I., Jr., Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), Andrew M. Vogelmann, Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), Heng Xiao, PNNL, Satoshi Endo, Tami Toto, BNL, Zhijin Li, and Xiaoping Cheng, University of California
Presentation

 

 

3:00 - 3:30 

Coffee Break

 

 

Session 4:  Computational Aspects

3:30 - 4:30 Tuesday, June 28 

Chair: Todd Hutchinson, The Weather Company

4.1

Scalability of next generation global NWP systems.

Michalakes, John, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Alex Reinecke, Kevin Viner, James Doyle, Naval Research Laboratory/Marine Meteorological Division, Willliam Skamarock, Michael Duda, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Thomas Henderson, Spire Global Incorporation, and Andreas Müller, Naval Postgraduate School
Presentation

4.2

WRF in the AWS Cloud: Flexible, large-scale WRF capabilities for everyone.

Jorissen, Kevin and Linda Hedges, Amazon Web Services

4.3

Collaborative WRF-based research and education with reproducible numerical weather prediction enabled by software containers.

Hacker, Josh, John Exby, David Gill, National Center for Atmospheric Research, and Carlos Maltzahn, University of California, Santa Cruz
Presentation

4.4

GPU developments for the WRF Model.

Posey, Stan and Carl Ponder, NVIDIA
Presentation

 

 

4:30 - 5:30 Tuesday, June 28 

Plenary Discussion: WRF Physics Discussion

Chair: Joe Klemp, National Center for Atmospheric Research/Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Laboratory

Presentation by John Brown and Jimy Dudhia


 

5:30 - 7:00 Tuesday, June 28 

Information Exchange

 

 

Session 5A (parallel):  Regional Climate

8:30 - 10:00 Wednesday, June 29 

Chair: Bill Gustafson, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

5A.1

Development of a hybrid real-idealized tropical cyclones WRF. 

Bruyère, Cindy, Greg Holland, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Bruce Buckley, Mark Leplastrier, Peter Chan, Martin Tingley, and Andrew Dyer, Insurance Australia Group Limited, Australia
Presentation

5A.2

Conducting the Arctic System Reanalysis using Polar WRF and WRFDA.

Bromwich, David H., Aaron B. Wilson, Le-Sheng Bai, Ohio State University (OSU), G. W. Kent Moore, University of Toronto, Canada, Flavio Justino, Sheng-Hung Wang, Keith M. Hines, OSU, Bill Kuo, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Zhiquan Liu, Hui-Chuan Lin, and Michael Barlage, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

5A.3

Evaluation of a regional climate ensemble using self-organizing maps.

Jaye, Abigail, Cindy Bruyere, National Center for Atmospheric Research, and Mark Seefeldt, University of Colorado/Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences
Presentation

5A.4

Comparison of WRF with MPAS-A for climate simulations of the contiguous United States.

Mooney, Priscilla A., Cindy L. Bruyere, and Sherrie Frederick, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

5A.5

Examining the response of tropical cyclone characteristics to projected climate change in northeast Australia through WRF simulations and Pseudo Global Warming Technique.

Parker, Chelsea, Amanda Lynch, Brown University, and Cindy Bruyère, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

5A.6

Moved to 7A.4

 

 


Session 5B (parallel):  Data Assimilation

8:30 - 10:00 Wednesday, June 29 

Chair: Zhiquan (Jake) Liu, National Center for Atmospheric Research/Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Laboratory

5B.1

AMSR2 all-sky radiance assimilation and its impact on the analysis and forecast of Hurricane Sandy with a limited-area data assimilation system.

Yang, Chun, Zhiquan Liu, Jamie Bresch, and Syed R. H. Rizvi, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

5B.2

A coupled surface nudging scheme for use in retrospective weather and climate simulations for environmental applications.

Alapaty, Kiran, Timothy Glotfelty, Jian He, Jerold Herwehe, United States Environmental Protection Agency, A.J. Deng, Penn State University, and Wei Wang, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

5B.3

Development of a rapid update cycle CONUS RTFDDA-RDA system for CONUS.

Xu, Mei, Yubao Liu, National Center for Atmospheric Research, (NCAR), Peter Childs, Panasonic Weather Solutions, Yuewei Liu, Al Bourgeois, Linlin Pan, NCAR, and Neil Jacobs, Panasonic Weather Solutions
Presentation

5B.4

Assimilation radar data with WRF-based 4D-REKF FDDA and a PECAN case study.

Wu, Yonghui, Yubao Liu, Linlin Pan, Al. Bourgeois, Jason Knievel, Zhuming Ying, and Jenny Sun, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

5B.5

Adding four-dimensional data assimilation (a.k.a. grid nudging) to MPAS.

Bullock, Russ, United States Environmental Protection Agency
Presentation

5B.6

Effective noise control in the MPAS global ensemble analysis.

Ha, Soyoung, Bill Skamarock, Chris Snyder, Michael Duda, Joe Klemp, and Jeff Anderson, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

 

 

10:00 - 10:30 

Coffee Break

 

 

Session 6:  Physics Development and Testing (PBL and LSM)

10:30 - 12:15 Wednesday, June 29 

Chair: John Brown, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth System Research Laboratory

6.1

Noah-MP Development and Future Directions.

Barlage, Michael and Fei Chen, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

6.2

Evaluation of coupling the Noah-MP land surface model with urban canopy models in WRF for a semiarid urban environment.

Salamanca, Francisco, Alex Mahalov, Arizona State University, Yizhou Zhang, Shiguang Miao, Institute of Urban Meteorology, Fei Chen, and Michael Barlage, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

6.3

Reducing the wet bias over frozen soil in the NAM.

Wu, Yihua, I. M. Systems Group/EMC
Presentation

6.4

Implementation and evaluation of a three dimensional PBL parameterization for simulations of the flow over complex terrain.

Jimenez, Pedro A. and Branko Kosovic, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

6.5

A Scale-aware TKE-Based subgrid mixing scheme.

Zhang, Xu, Shanghai Typhoon Institute, China, Jian-Wen Bao, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth Systems Research Laboratory/Physical Sciences Division, and Baode Chen, Shanghai Typhoon Institute, China
Presentation

6.6

Updates to the MYNN PBL and surface layer scheme for RAP/HRRR.

Olson, Joseph, Jaymes Kenyon, Wayne Angevine, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, John M. Brown, NOAA, and Kay Suselj, National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Presentation

6.7

A mass flux component for the MYNN PBL scheme in WRF.

Angevine, Wayne M., Joseph Olson, University of Colorado/Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth System Research Laboratory, and Kay Suselj, National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Presentation

 

 

12:15 - 2:00

Lunch

 

 

1:45 - 2:00 Wednesday, June 29

Poster Set-up

 

 

2:00 - 5:30 Wednesday, June 29

Poster Session (click here for the list)

 

 

Session 7A (parallel):  WRF Chemistry

8:30 - 10:15 Thursday, June 30 

Chair: Ravan Ahmadov, University of Colorado/Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth System Research Laboratory

7A.1

Updates to the TUV model in WRF-Chem: Evaluation of photolysis rates with measurements.

Hodzic, Alma, Young-Hee Ryu, Stacy Walters, and Sasha Madronich, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

7A.2

Development of the HRRR-Smoke air quality modeling system with the VIIRS real- time fire products.

Ahmadov, Ravan, University of Colorado/Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences/ (CU/CIRES), and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)/Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL), S. Freitas, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center (GFSC) & Universities Space Research Association/Goddard Earth Sciences Technology and Research, G. Pereira, Federal University of São João del-Rei, Brazil, I. Csiszar, NOAA/National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS)/Center for Satellite Applications and Research (STAR), B. Pierce, NOAA/NESDIS/Advanced Satellite Products Branch/STAR, S. McKeen, E. James, CIRES/CU and NOAA/ESRL, T. Alcott, NOAA/ESRL, S. Peckham, United States Army Corps of Engineers/Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. P. Saide, National Center for Atmospheric Research, G. Grell, NOAA/ESRL, and M. Tsidulko, I.M. Systems Group, Inc.

7A.3

Microphysical and chemical processes affecting wet removal of soluble gases in deep convection observed over the central U.S.

Bela, Megan M., University of Colorado (CU), Mary C. Barth, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Owen Brian Toon, Alan Fried, CU, Cameron R. Homeyer, University of Oklahoma (OU), Hugh Morrison, NCAR, Kristin A. Cummings, Yunyao Li, University of Maryland (UMD), Kenneth E. Pickering, UMD and National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA/GSFC), Dale Allen, UMD, Qing Yang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Paul O. Wennberg, John D. Crounse, California Institute of Technology (Caltech),  Jason M. St. Clair, Caltech and UMD, Alex P. Teng, Caltech, Daniel O'Sullivan, United States Naval Academy, L. Gregory Huey, Dexian Chen, Xiaoxi Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology, Donald Blake, Nicola Blake, University of California, Irvine, Eric Apel, Rebecca S. Hornbrook, Frank Flocke, Teresa Campos, NCAR, and Glenn Diskin, NASA Langley Res
Presentation

7A.4

Does temperature nudging overwhelm aerosol radiative forcing in regional integrated climate models?

He, Jian, United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), Tim Glotfelty, Khairunnisa Yahya, North Carolina State University, Kiran Alapaty, USEPA, and Shaocai Yu, Zhejiang University, China

7A.5

WRF-Chem simulation of deep convective transport in different scale storms using lightning data assimilation.

Li, Yunyao, University of Maryland (UMD), Kenneth Pickering, National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Goddard Space Flight Center, Mary Barth, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Megan Bela, University of Colorado, Kristin Cummings, Dale Allen, UMD, Larry Carey, Retha Mecikalski, University of Alabama, and Alexandre Fierro, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies<
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7A.6

Assimilating Compact Phase Space Retrievals (CPSRs):  Comparison with independent observations (MOZAIC in situ and IASI retrievals) and extension to assimilation of retrieval partial columns.

Mizzi, Arthur P., David P. Edwards, and Jeffrey L. Anderson, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

7A.7

Chemical 4D-Var in WRFDA-Chem: Improving black carbon emission inventories during ARCTAS-CARB.

Guerrette, J.J., and Daven K. Henze, University of Colorado/Department of Mechanical Engineering
Presentation

 

 


Session 7B (parallel):  Model Evaluation (Part 1)

8:30 - 10:15 Thursday, June 30 

Chair: Dave Bromwich, Ohio State University

7B.1

An evaluation of alternative species-advecting microphysics schemes in Hurricane WRF.

Christina Holt, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth System Research Laboratory (NOAA/ESRL) and Developmental Testbed Center (DTC), M. K. Biswas, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and DTC, Z. Zhang, Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) and IMSG, Inc., S. Trahan EMC and IMSG, Inc., L. R. Bernardet, NOAA/ESRL, CIRES, and DTC, G. Thompson, NCAR, and K. M. Newman, NCAR and DTC
Presentation

7B.2

Evaluation of the Noah-MP land surface model over the New York region.

Cipriani, James P., Campbell Watson, Mukul Tewari, Lloyd Treinish, and Anthony Praino, IBM Watson Research Center

7B.3

Case Studies of improved HRRR low-level wind forecasts from the Wind Forecast Improvement Project II.

Kenyon, Jaymes, Joesph Olson, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth Systems Research Laboratory (NOAA/ESRL) and Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, and John Brown, NOAA/ESRL
Presentation

7B.4

Update of upper-level turbulence forecast by reducing unphysical components of topography in WRF.

Park, Sang-Hun, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Jung-Hoon Kim, Colorado State University/Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, Robert Sharman and Joe Klemp, NCAR
Presentation

7B.5

Comparison of convectively-induced turbulence response using prescribed latent heating versus full model physics.

Barber, Katelyn, University of North Dakota (UND), Claudia Stephan, National Centre for Atmospheric Science, and Gretchen Mullendore, UND
Presentation

7B.6

WRF model evaluation over Hindu-Kush Himalaya region.

Adhikary, Bhupesh, Shreta Ghimire, Siva Praveen Puppala, Arnico K. Panday, International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Nepal, Paolo Cristofanelli, and Paolo Bonasoni, Institute for Atmospheric Sciences and Climate/National Research Council of Italy, Italy
Presentation

7B.7

WRF-LES simulation of summer monsoon convection initiation at the U.S. Army White Sand Missile Range.

Liu, Yuewei, Yubao Liu, Jason Knievel, Branko Kosović, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Robert Dumais, and David Knapp, United States Army Research Laboratory/White Sands Missile Range 

 

 

 

10:15 - 10:45 

Coffee Break

 

 

Session 8:  Physics Development and Testing (Microphysics, cloud)

10:45 - 12:00 Thursday, June 30 

Chair: Kiran Alapaty, United States Environmental Protection Agency

8.1

The sensitivity of high resolution snow forecasts to initial conditions and model physics.

Lynn, Barry H., Alexander Khain, and Kobby Shpund, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Presentation

8.2

Reducing WRF's high bias of shortwave radiation reaching the ground using new fractional cloudiness scheme and aerosol direct radiative effect.

Thompson, Greg, Trude Eidhammer, Mei Xu, and Pedro Jimenez, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

8.3

High-resolution NU-WRF simulations of a deep convective-precipitation system during MC3E:  Further Improvements and Comparisons between Goddard microphysics schemes and observations.

Tao, Wei-Kuo, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)/Mesoscale Atmospheric Processes Laboratory, Di Wu, Stephen Lang, Science Systems and Applications, Inc., Jiundar Chern, Goddard Earth Sciences Technology and Research Program and Morgan State University, Christa Peters-Lidard, Hydrological Sciences Laboratory and NASA/GSFC, Ann Fridlind, NASA/Goddard Institute for Space Studies, and Toshihisa Matsui, University of Maryland/Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center
Presentation

8.4

Investigating cloud ice nucleation in the Thompson aerosol-aware microphysics scheme.

Lee, Jared A., Trude Eidhammer, and Greg Thompson, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

8.5

Evaluating cloud microphysics schemes in simulating the mixed-phase processes of winter storms using NASA Precipitation Measurement Mission (PMM) field data.

Naeger, Aaron, University of Alabama - Huntsville, Colle, Brian, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, and Andrew Molthan, National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Marshall Space Flight Center
Presentation

 

 

12:00 - 1:30 

Lunch

 

 

Session 9:  Model Evaluation

1:30 - 3:30 Thursday, June 30 

Chair: Lou Wicker, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/National Severe Storms Laboratory

9.1

An idealized version of WRF driven by a single sounding.

Mass, Clifford F. and Lee Picard, University of Washington
Presentation

9.2

A performance comparison between multi-physics and stochastic approaches within a North American RAP ensemble.

Jankov, Isidora, Jeffrey Beck, Hongli Jiang, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth System Research Laboratory/Global Systems Division (NOAA/ESRL/GSD), Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, and National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)/Developmental Testbed Center, Judith Berner NCAR, Joseph B. Olson, Tatiana G. Smirnova, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, Georg Grell, John M. Brown and Stanley G. Benjamin, NOAA/ESRL/GSD
Presentation

9.3

gSREPS: AEMET new mesoscale ensemble prediction system using WRF.

Garcia-Moya, Jose A., A. Callado, P. Escriba, C. Santos, M. Compte, A. Manzano, A. Martin, and J. Rodriguez, Spanish Meteorological Agency, AEMET, Spain
Presentation

9.4

An update on NCAR’s experimental real-time convection-allowing ensemble prediction system.

Schwartz, Craig S., Glen S. Romine, Ryan A. Sobash, and Kathryn R. Fossell, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

9.5

Booms and busts with the real-time WRF-ARW convective scale ensemble.

Weisman, Morris, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

9.6

Forecast Impacts of NASA SPoRT SST and Vegetation Data.

Wilt, Brett, The Weather Company, and Jonathan Case, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Presentation

9.7

Convective-scale experimental forecasts from the global variable-resolution Model for Prediction Across Scales (MPAS).

Skamarock, William, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Presentation

9.8

Developmental Testbed Center: Engaging the community in operationally relevant research and development.

Nance, Louisa, Ying-Hwa Kuo, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Ligia Bernardet, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth System Research Laboratory/Global Systems Division (NOAA/ESRL/GSD) and University of Colorado/Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Science (CU/CIRES), Tracey Dorian, Corey Guastini, National Centers for Environmental Prediction/Environmental Modeling Center (NCEP/EMC) and I.M. Systems Group, Inc, Michelle Harrold, NCAR, Isidora Jankov, NOAA/ESRL/GSD and Colorado State University/Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, Tara Jensen, NCAR, Geoffrey Manikin, NCEP/EMC, Kathryn Newman, Hui Shao, NCAR, Glenn White, NCEP/EMC, and Jamie Wolff, NCAR
Presentation

 

 

3:30 - 4:00 

Coffee Break

 

 

4:00 - 4:45 Thursday, June 30 

Wrap-up Discussion

Presentation by Joe Klemp


 

 

4:45 Thursday, June 30 

Meeting Adjourned




Friday, July 1: Instructional Sessions 
(For more information on these sessions, click here).


8:30 - 10:00


Demonstrating the utility of the Mesoscale Model Evaluation Testbed: MMET (South Room)
Michelle Harrold, Tracy Hertneky, and Jamie Wolff, DTC/NCAR
Presentation


VAPOR (CG2, Room 3024: CCTC): 3D Scientific Data Visualization Tool
Scott Pearse, CISL/NCAR


Ensemble Prediction with the WRF Model (Center Room)
Glen Romine, Chris Snyder, Soyoung Ha, Ryan Sobash, Craig Schwartz, MMM/NCAR

Click on the individual presentations below:

Ensemble Prediction with the WRF Model
Initial Conditions for Ensemble Forecasts
Model Error Treatment in Ensemble Predictions
Visualizing ensemble forecast information using a WRF-based ensemble
Ensemble Forecast Verification

8:30 - 10:30


Analyzing and Visualizing WRF-ARW data using NCL and related Python tools (North Room)
Mary Haley and Bill Ladwig, CISL/NCAR

 

 

Poster Session:  Wednesday, June 29

            Poster Set-up:  1:45 P.M.

            Odd-numbered Posters:  2:00 - 3:30

            Even-numbered Posters:  3:30 - 5:00

 

 

Posters:  Development and Testing for Regional Climate Research

P1

Withdrawn

P2

Fully coupled regional atmospheric-hydrological modeling with WRF-Hydro and WRF-HMS.

Wagner, Sven, Harald Kunstmann, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology/Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research Atmospheric Environmental Research (IMK-IFU) and University of Augsburg, Germany, Joel Arnault, Benjamin Fersch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology/IMK-IFU, and Thomas Rummier, University of Augsburg

P3

Coupled modeling of the Southern Ocean using the COAWST modeling system.

Bromwich, David H., Lesheng Bai, Ohio State University, John Klinck, Michael Dinniman, Old Dominion University, Ruoying He, Jeffrey Willison, North Carolina State University, and John Warner, United States Geological Survey

P4

The application of Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) and NCEP Climatic Database Modeling for Global Horizontal Irradiance (GHI) assessment in Thailand.

Waewsak, Jompob, Chana Chancham, Boonlert Archewarahuprok and Yves Gagnon, Solar and Wind Energy Research Laboratory, Research Center in Energy and Environment Department of Physics, Thaksin University, Thailand Division of Climatology, Thai Meteorological Department, Thailand and University of Moncton, Canada

P5

Verification of climatological reproducibility on incremental dynamical downscaling method.

Sakamoto, Koji, Meteorological Engineering Center Inc., and Yasutaka Wakazuki, University of Ibaraki, Japan

P6

The application of Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) and NCEP Climatic Database Modeling for wind resource sssessment in the Gulf of Thailand.

Chanchan, Chana, Jompob Waewsak, Boonlert Archewarahuprok and Yves Gagnon, Insitute TSU,Thailand, TMD, Thailand, and Moncton University, Canada

P7

Wind resource assessment in complex terrain using offline coupled meso- and microscale models.

Olsen, Bjarke Tobias, Technical University of Denmark/Wind Energy department

P8

NU-WRF as a tool for analyzing multidecadal trends in cloudiness over the subtropical Andes Mountains of South America.

Russell, Alexandria, Anand Gnandesikan, and Benjamin Zaitchik, Johns Hopkins University

P9

Diurnal cycle of precipitation in a WRF multiphysics regional climate ensemble.

Mooney, Priscilla A., National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Frank J. Mulligan, Maynooth University, Ireland, Andreas Prein, Ciaran Broderick, and Cindy L. Bruyere, NCAR

P10

Energy usage in future urban climate.

Tewari, Mukul, IBM/T.J. Watson Research Center, F. Salamanca, Arizona State University (ASU), A. Martilli, CIEMAT, Spain, L.A. Treinish, IBM/T.J. Watson Research Center, and A. Mahalov, ASU

 

 

 

Posters:  Development and Testing for WRF Chemistry

P11

Influence of water on the regional modeling of organic aerosol using a volatility basis set approach.

Lowe, Douglas, David Topping, University of Manchester, UK (UoM), Scott Archer-Nicholls, University Corporation of Atmospheric Research, Manish Shrivastava, Rahul Zaveri, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and Gordon McFiggans, UoM
Poster

P12

 

Modeling the effects of aerosol on meteorology over Northeast Asia using WRF-Chem.

Park, Shin-Young, Hyo-Jung Lee, Jeong-Eon Kang, and Cheol-Hee Kim, Pusan National University, Republic of Korea

P13

Using WRF-Chem to study health impacts of aerosol: The influence of residential combustion emissions in China.

Archer-Nicholls, Scott, National Center for Atmospheric Research

P14

A numerical study on the emission improvement using WRF-Chem based on both satellite and in-situ measurements in Eastern China.

Jo, Hyun-young, Hyo-Jung Lee, Cheol-Hee and Kim,Pusan National University, South Korea

P15

Transport/transformations study during the MAPS (pre-KORUS-AQ) field campaign.

Lee, Hyo-Jung, and Cheol-Hee Kim, Pusan National University, South Korea

P16

Tagging technique for tropospheric ozone study using the WRF-Chem version 3.7.1 model.

Lupascu, Aurelia, Jane Coates, Kathleen Mar, and Tim Butler, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Germany
Extended Abstract

P17

Simulation and assessment of the chemical composition of PM10 and PM2.5 using WRF-Chem Model: Comparison of urban and background site in South Korea.

Jo, Yujin, Pusan National University, South Korea

P18

Development of the WRF-Chem-RTFDDA system and its application in dust forecasts over Israel.

Zhang, Yongxin, Yubao Liu, Alfred Bourgeois, Linlin Pan, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Dorita Rostkier-Edelstein, Israel Institute for Biological Research, and Rong-Shyang Sheu, NCAR

P19

Withdrawn

P20

Recent developments in the WRF-Chem/DART Quasi-Realtime Chemical Weather Forecast/Data Assimilation System with application to Discover AQ-Denver/FRAPPE.

Mizzi, Arthur P., Gabriele G. Pfister, David P. Edwards, and Jeffrey L. Anderson, National Center for Atmospheric Research

 

 

 

Posters:  Development and Testing for WRF Data Assimilation

P21

Improvement of accuracy of atmospheric dispersion simulation for the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station accident using WRF with data assimilation method.

Kadowaki, Masanao, Haruyasu Nagai, Hiroaki Terada, Genki Katata, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan, and Shusaku Akari, Fujitsu Limited, Japan

P22

A simple lightning assimilation technique for improving retrospective WRF simulations.

Heath, Nick, Jon Pleim, Robert Gilliam, and Daiwen Kang, United States Environmental Protection Agency

P23

Impacts of GPSRO data assimilation on a heavy rainfall case simulation in an observation system simulation experiment.

Chen, Ying-Jhen, Zih-Mao Huang and Pay-Liam Lin, National Central University, Taiwan

P24

Initial assessment of the GSI-based 4D hybrid Ensemble-Variational Data Assimilation and its application for regional forecasts.

Zhou, Chunhua, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Ming Hu, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth System Research Laboratory/Global Systems Division (NOAA/ESRL/GSD), Kathryn Newman, Hui Shao, NCAR, and Xin Zhang, NOAA/ESRL/GSD

P25

Investigating the capability of GSI four-dimensional ensemble variational data assimilation for WRF-ARW applications.

Newman, Kathryn, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Ming Hu, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Global Systems Division and University of Colorado/Cooperative Institute for Research in the Environmental Sciences, Chunhua Zhou, and Hui Shao, NCAR

P78

Assimilation of null-echo from radar data for QPF.

Min, Ki-Hong, Yushin Kim, Kyungpook National University, South Korea, Kyungjeen Park, National Institute of Meteorological Sciences, South Korea

 

 

 

Posters:  Model Evaluation

P26

Aerosol modeling in Northern Thailand.

Macatangay, Ronald, National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand, Gerry Bagtasa, Institute of Environmental Science and Meteorology, Philippines, Thiranan Sonkaew, and Lampang Rajabhat University Thailand

P27

Finding the optimum microphysics and convective parameterization schemes for the WRF Model for LPRU, Thailand.

Cumwan, Saijai, Kanta, Wannisa, Sonkaew, Thiranan, Lampang Rajabhat University, and Macatangay, Ronald, National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand

P28

Improving input data for urban canopy and land surface models: Sensitivity analysis of land cover data products.

Shaffer, Stephen R., Arizona State University/School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, and Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability

P29

Effects of PBL parameterizations on nocturnal low-level jets reproduced with the WRF model.

Smith, Elizabeth, Jeremy Gibbs, and Evgeni Fedorovich, University of Oklahoma

P30

Evaluation of two microphysics and radiation schemes in HWRF using remote sensing data.

Bao, Shaowu, Coastal Carolina University, Ligia Bernardet, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Greg Thompson, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Christina Holt, NOAA, and Mrinal Biswas, NCAR

P31

Continuous, near real-time evaluation of WRF- CMAQ: An approach for the rapid scientific evolution of the modeling system.

Eder, Brian, Robert Gilliam, George Pouliot and Rohit Mathur, United States Environmental Protection Agency/National Exposure Research Laboratory

P32

Implementation and evaluation of near real-time WRF-CO2 modeling in the Baltimore/Washington area.

Martin, Cory and Ning Zeng, University of Maryland

P33

A comparison of WRF V3.7 and WRF V3.5 with an operational Army ensemble prediction system.

Pan, Linlin, Yubao Liu, Gregory Roux, Yonghui Wu, Jason Knievel, National Center for Atmospheric Research, John Pace, and Scott Halvorson, United States Army/Dougway Proving Ground

P34

The application of Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) and NCEP Climatic Database Modeling for Direct Normal Irradiance (DNI) assessment in Thailand.

Nutongkaew, Pranee, Jompob Waewsak, Chana Chancham, Thaksin University, Thailand, Boonlert Archewarahuprok, Thai Meteorological Department, Thailand and Yves Gagnon, University of Moncton, Canada

P35

High-resolution WRF-urban simulations of metropolitan Tel-Aviv.

Pelta, Ran, David Avisar, Alexandra Chudnovsky and Dorita Rostkier-Edelstein, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Poster

P36

Automatic model calibration for improving WRF model forecasting.

Di, Zhenhua, Qingyun Duan, and Chen Wang, University of Beijing Normal University

P37

The continued pursuit of making verification easier using MET.

Jensen, Tara, John Halley Gotway, Randy Bullock, Barb Brown, Julie Prestopnik, and Tatiana Burek, National Center for Atmospheric Research/Research Applications Laboratory and Developmental Testbed Center

P38

Revised forecasts, how consistent are they?

Fowler, Tressa, Tara Jensen, Barbara Brown, John Halley Gotway, and Randy Bullock, National Center for Atmospheric Research/Research Applications Laboratory

P39

An initial comparison of WRF and MPAS over Antarctica.

Powers, Jordan G. and Kevin W. Manning, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Extended Abstract

P40

The sensitivity of high-latitude transport modeling to the choice of WRF model configuration.

Henderson, John, Thomas Nehrkorn, and Jennifer Hegarty, Atmospheric and Environmental Research
Poster

P41

Sensitivity of the meteorological model WRF-ARW to aerosol loading in an arid region.

Chaouch, Naira, Marouane Temimi, and Hosni Ghedira, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE

P42

Evaluation of WRF-Chem simulations over California: Sensitivity to horizontal resolution.

Wu, Longtao, Hui Su, Olga Kalshnikova, Jonathan H. Jiang, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Nanpeng Yu, University of California, Riverside, and Chun Zhao, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

P43

High-resolution simulations of the 2010 Pakistan flood event: Sensitivity to parameterizations and initialization time.

Viterbo, Francesca, University of Genova and Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate- National Research Council (ISAC-CNR), Jost von Hardenberg, ISAC-CNR, Antonello Provenzale, Institute of Geosciences and Earth Resources - National Research Council, Luca Molini, Antonio Parodi, CIMA Foundation, Ousmane O. Sy, and Simone Tanelli, Jet Propulsion Laboratory-California Institute of Technology

P44

Non-hydrostatic hydro-meteorological atmospheric simulations of extreme weather events: WRF and WRF-Hydro model applications to a case study in central Italy.

Viterbo, Francesca, University of Genova and Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate- National Research Council (ISAC-CNR), Antonio Parodi, Fabio Delogu, CIMA Foundation, Jost von Hardenberg, ISAC-CNR, Antonello Provenzale, Institute of Geosciences and Earth Resources - National Research Council, and David Gochis, National Center of Atmospheric Research

P45

Dynamical and physical processes associated with orographic precipitation in a conditionally unstable uniform flow: Variation in basic wind speed and CAPE.

Sever, Gökhan, and Yuh-Lang Lin, North Carolina A&T State University

P46

WRF simulations of a long-lived MCS: Model sensitivity.

Chasteen, Manda, and David Parsons, University of Oklahoma

P47

Cloud-resolved simulations and observations of deep convective storms observed during the DISCOVER-AQ campaign.

Mazzuca, Gina, University of Maryland (UMD), Ken Pickering, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Yunyao Li, Russ Dickerson, UMD, Richard Clark, Millersville University, and Andrew Weinheimer, National Center for Atmospheric Research

P48

Evaluation of NU-WRF rainfall forecasts for IFloodS.

Wu, Di, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)/Mesoscale Atmospheric Processes Laboratory, Christa Peters-Lidard, Hydrological Sciences Laboratory/NASA/GSFC, Wei-Kuo Tao, Mesoscale Atmospheric Processes Laboratory/NASA/GSFC, and Walter Petersen, Code 610.W/NASA/GSFC/Wallops Flight Center

P49

Simulation of an extreme off season rainy event over Senegal using WRF ARW Model: A focus on dynamic, thermodynamic processes and predictability.

Sarr, Abdoulaye, ANACIM, Senegal

P50

High-resolution WRF simulations of thunderstorms.

Klausmann, Alfred M. and Christopher Des Autels, Exponent

P51

WRF-ARW simulations of meso gamma-scale breeze systems near Dugway Proving Ground, Utah.

Dumais Jr., Robert E., United States Army Research Laboratory

P52

A methodology to obtain the best WRF configuration for operational forecasts:  Application over a coastal region in southern Spain.

Arasa, Raúl, Ignasi Porras, Anna Domingo-Dalmau, Miquel Picanyol, Mª Ángeles González, Jésica Piñón, Meteosim, and Bernat Codina, University of Barcelona, Spain
Extended Abstract
Poster

P53

Assessment of storm-scale NWP forecasts using an object-based approach.

Cai, Huaqing, Robert E. Dumais, Jr., and John W. Raby, United States Army Research Laboratory

P54

Implementation of a regional WRF forecast system to support the Columbian Civil Aviation Authority (Aerocivil).

Hertneky, Tracy, Joshua Hacker, Kathryn Newman, Laurie Carson, Wanli Wu and Will Cheng, National Center for Atmospheric Research

P55

The value of WRF in renewable energy assessment and forecasting.

Stoelinga, Mark, Vaisala
Poster

P56

Creation and verification of a short term, multi-model ensemble forecast using the Quantum Weather mesonet.

Ritch, Tyler, Saint Louis University

P57

Real-time WRF Ensemble-RTFDDA system with downscaling of multiple global model forecasts for SGCC electric power applications.

Cheng, William Y.Y., Yubao Liu, Gregory Roux, Yuewei Liu, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Shuanglei Feng, Shuanlong Jin, Ju Hu, and Chun Liu, State Grid Corporation of China (PRC)

P58

Evaluation of the spread-skill relationship on a busted forecast using an MPAS pseudo-ensemble.

Riedel, Christopher and Steven Cavallo, University of Oklahoma

P59

Simulation of Indian Summer Monsoon using the MPAS and the LMDZ5 Atmospheric General Circulation Model.

Singh, Tarkeshwar, IIT Delhi, India, Rashmi Mittal, IBM Research, India, Michael Duda, National Center for Atmospheric Research, and Mukul Tewari, IBM Research, India


 

 

 

Posters:  Physics Development and Testing

P60

Impact of the assumed size distributions of hydrometeors on the simulated development of an idealized 2-D squall line.

Michelson, Sara A., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth System Research Laboratory/Physical Sciences Division (NOAA/ESRL/PSD) and University of Colorado/Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CU/CIRES), Jian-Wen Bao, NOAA/ESRL/PSD, and Evelyn D. Grell, NOAA/ESRL/PSD and CU/CIRES

P61

Sensitivity of ice supersaturated region’s characteristics to spatial resolution in idealized squall line simulations.

Diao, Minghui Diao, San Jose State University/Department of Meteorology and Climate Science, George Bryan, Hugh Morrison, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)/Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Laboratory, and Jorgen Jensen, NCAR/Earth Observing Laboratory/Research Aviation Facility
Extended Abstract  

P62

Dynamical conditions of ice supersaturation in convective systems: A comparative analysis between in-situ airborne observations and WRF simulations.

D’Alessandro, John, Minghui Diao, San Jose State University/Department of Meteorology and Climate Science, Ming Chen, National Center for Atmospheric Research/Mesoscale and Microscale Meterology Laboratory (NCAR/MMM), Chenglai Wu, Xiaohong Liu, University of Wyoming/Department of Atmospheric Science, Hugh Morrison, Aaron Bansemer, NCAR/MMM, and Trude Eidhammer, NCAR/Research Applications Laboratory
Extended Abstract  

P63

Updates of New Goddard radiation package: Impact of radiative heating on continental convective clouds.

Matsui, T., National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA/GSFC) and University of Maryland/Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center, S. Q. Zhang, NASA/GSFC and Science Applications International Corporation, and W.-K. Tao, NASA/GSFC

P64

A new sub-surface irrigation scheme for NOAH and NOAH-MP.

Branch, Oliver, University of Hohenheim, Germany

P65

Impact of soil moisture assimilation on land surface model spinup and coupled land-atmosphere prediction.

Santanello, Joseph, Sujay Kumar, Christa Peters-Lidard, National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Goddard Space Flight Center, and Patricia Lawston, University of Delaware

P66

High resolution WRF urban/agriculture simulations.

Chen, Liang, Yanping Li, University of Saskatchewan/Global Institute for Water Security, Fei Chen, and Mike Barlage, National Center for Atmospheric Research 

P67

Facilitating easier comparison of physical parameterization advancements Using the GMTB SCM.

Firl, Grant J., National Center for Atmospheric Research

P68

Recent developments on fire-spread modeling using the level-set method for coupled wildfire/atmospheric modeling with WRF.

Muñoz-Esparza, Domingo, Branko Kosović and Pedro Jiménez, National Center for Atmospheric Research/Research Applications Laboratory

P69

Investigation of a high-impact precipitation event over the Tokyo metropolitan area using a nested configuration of WRF down to the LES scale.

Bauer, Hans-Stefan, Thomas Schwitalla, and Volker Wulfmeyer, University of Hohenheim/Institute of Physics and Meteorology,

P70

Implementation of the Bessel’s method for solar eclipses prediction within the WRF-ARW model.

Montornes, Alex, University of Barcelona (UB) and Vortex, Spain, Bernat Codina, UB, John Zack, MESO, USA and Yolanda Sola, UB

P71

Coupling the mesoscale to the microscale using momentum tendencies.

Draxl, Caroline, Matt Churchfield, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Javier Sanz Rodrigo, National Renewable Energy Centre of Spain

P72

Coupling of WRF and a Lagrangian particle dispersion model that includes a scale-aware cumulus parameterization.

Nehrkorn, Thomas, John M. Henderson, and George Modica, AER, Inc., U.S.A.
Poster

 

 

 

 

Posters:  WRF Model Development

P73

Streamlining transition of new developments to the Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting model.

Bernardet, Ligia, C. Holt, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Earth System Research Laboratory/Global Systems Division (NOAA/ESRL/GSD) and University of Colorado/Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, J. Frimel NOAA/ESRL/GSD and Colorado State University/Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, L. Carson, K. Newman, M., Biswas, and J. Halley-Gotway, National Center for Atmospheric Research

P74

Community support for the Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting Model.

Biswas, Mrinal K., L. Carson, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)/Developmental Testbed Center (DTC), C. Holt, DTC, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and University of Colorado/Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CU/CIRES), K. Newman, NCAR/DTC, L. Bernardet, DTC, NOAA, and CU/CIRES, J, Frimmel, DTC and NOAA, and J. Halley-Gotway, NCAR/DTC

P75

Obsgrid enhancements.

Reen, Brian, United States Army Research Laboratory
Poster

P76

Application of Docker Containerizing Software in undergraduate education to increase model understanding.

See Jr., Timothy and Gretchen Mullendore, University of North Dakota

P77

A vertical semi-lagrangian large-time step method to improve the efficiency of the WRF model for CAM grids.

Wicker, Lou J., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/National Severe Storms Laboratory

 

 
 
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