WMO INTERNATIONAL CLOUD MODELING WORKSHOP

WMO INTERNATIONAL CLOUD MODELING WORKSHOP MEETIN G SUMMARIES WMO INTERNATIONAL CLOUD MODELING WORKSHOP BY HUG H MORRISON , GRE G THOMPSON , MATTHE W GILMORE , WANMI N GONG , RICHAR D LEAITCH, AN D ANDREA S MUHLBAUER hile the cloud microphysics represented in THE SEVENTH WORLD METEOROLOGICAL model s and interacting with other model component s have received recent attention in ORGANIZATION (WMO) INTERNATIONAL CLOUD th e framewor k of group s such as th e Global Energy MODELING WORKSHOP an d Water Cycle Experimen t (GEWEX) Cloud System Stud y (GCSS), comparatively less focus has been WHAT : About 5 0 scientist s fro m a doze n nation s me t t o given to these issues as they pertai n to the model- asses s th e stat e o f clou d modeling , identif y key in g of 1) organize d deep convection associated with gap s i n th e abilit y o f model s t o represen t clouds, an d sugges t potentia l pathway s fo r mode l sever e storms, 2) stratifor m mixed-phase clouds, improvement . an d 3) cloud chemistry. The strategy of th e Seventh WHEN : http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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10.1175/2009BAMS2817.1
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MEETIN G SUMMARIES WMO INTERNATIONAL CLOUD MODELING WORKSHOP BY HUG H MORRISON , GRE G THOMPSON , MATTHE W GILMORE , WANMI N GONG , RICHAR D LEAITCH, AN D ANDREA S MUHLBAUER hile the cloud microphysics represented in THE SEVENTH WORLD METEOROLOGICAL model s and interacting with other model component s have received recent attention in ORGANIZATION (WMO) INTERNATIONAL CLOUD th e framewor k of group s such as th e Global Energy MODELING WORKSHOP an d Water Cycle Experimen t (GEWEX) Cloud System Stud y (GCSS), comparatively less focus has been WHAT : About 5 0 scientist s fro m a doze n nation s me t t o given to these issues as they pertai n to the model- asses s th e stat e o f clou d modeling , identif y key in g of 1) organize d deep convection associated with gap s i n th e abilit y o f model s t o represen t clouds, an d sugges t potentia l pathway s fo r mode l sever e storms, 2) stratifor m mixed-phase clouds, improvement . an d 3) cloud chemistry. The strategy of th e Seventh WHEN :

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Dec 1, 2009

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