Challenges Facing Adaptive Mesh Modeling of the Atmosphere and Ocean

Challenges Facing Adaptive Mesh Modeling of the Atmosphere and Ocean CHALLENGES FACING ADAPTIVE MESH MODELING OF THE ATMOSPHERE AND OCEAN yb H i ly a r We ller , T odd r i ng le r , Ma T THe W Pigog T T, a n d n i g e l Wood he impacts of global warming are increasingly Nwe To N INs TITu Te s poc INg Mee TINg o N Mlu TI- being felt worldwide, which is hastening our need to learn as much as we can about the changes T csale Mleod INg of Te h TM a re aehpso Nd o eac N facing the inhabitants of Earth. However, climate WH a T: Leading scientists in adaptive mesh modeling met models cannot yet resolve many small-scale pro- to identify outstanding issues in multiscale mod- cesses that control local impacts. For example, tropical eling of the ocean and atmosphere and indicate cyclones, convective clouds, and precipitation in the that they should be addressed during a proposed atmosphere, or the continental shelves, marginal sea six-month Newton Institute program overf lows, and boundary currents in the oceans, occur WHen : 25–26 March 2009 at small scales and interact with the global dynamics. WHere : University of Reading, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Challenges Facing Adaptive Mesh Modeling of the Atmosphere and Ocean

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/2009BAMS2907.1
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CHALLENGES FACING ADAPTIVE MESH MODELING OF THE ATMOSPHERE AND OCEAN yb H i ly a r We ller , T odd r i ng le r , Ma T THe W Pigog T T, a n d n i g e l Wood he impacts of global warming are increasingly Nwe To N INs TITu Te s poc INg Mee TINg o N Mlu TI- being felt worldwide, which is hastening our need to learn as much as we can about the changes T csale Mleod INg of Te h TM a re aehpso Nd o eac N facing the inhabitants of Earth. However, climate WH a T: Leading scientists in adaptive mesh modeling met models cannot yet resolve many small-scale pro- to identify outstanding issues in multiscale mod- cesses that control local impacts. For example, tropical eling of the ocean and atmosphere and indicate cyclones, convective clouds, and precipitation in the that they should be addressed during a proposed atmosphere, or the continental shelves, marginal sea six-month Newton Institute program overf lows, and boundary currents in the oceans, occur WHen : 25–26 March 2009 at small scales and interact with the global dynamics. WHere : University of Reading,

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jan 4, 2010

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