MEETING SUMMARIES ADJOINT MODEL APPLICATIONS IN DYNAMIC METEOROLOGY B Y RONAL D M . ERRIC O AN D MARTI N EHRENDORFER djoin t models are powerful, bu t stil l underuti- THE SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ADJOINT lized, tools for efficientl y estimatin g sensitivities of aspect s of mode l outpu t wit h respect to small A MODEL APPLICATIONS IN DYNAMIC METEOROLOGY bu t significant perturbations of mode l input. Their WHAT: Seventy-three participants from 15 countries potentia l applications include all problem s for whic h shared and evaluated presentations regarding reliable estimates of sensitivit y would be useful . I n the diversity of adjoint model developments and dynami c meteorology, these applications include data applications in dynamic meteorology and other assimilation, stability analysis, ensemble forecasting, disciplines observatio n targeting, synoptic studies, and param- WHEN : 8-13 Octobe r 2006 eter estimation , amon g others. I n orde r to encourage WHERE: Obergurgl, Austria thei r use, teach their prope r interpretation an d devel- opment , and provide a publi c foru m for evaluating thei r works, a series of "adjoin t workshops " devoted HIGHLIGHTS . Each session focused on differen
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Dec 30, 2007
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