A CUMULUS PARAMETERIZATION WORKSHOP BY WEI-KU O TAO, DAVID STARR, ARTHUR HOU, PAUL NEWMAN, AND YOGESH SUD A group of cloud modelers, large-scale modelers, observationalists, and parameterization developers have discussed the past, current, and future research and applications for cumulus parameterization. ach spring and fall, the Laboratory for Atmo- When Dr. F. Einaudi, the director of the NASA spheres in the Goddard Earth Sciences Director- Goddard Earth Sciences Directorate, opened the workshop, he noted that hydrological systems, and Eate presents a seminar series on a wide range of atmospheric topics. This general forum on the atmo- especially clouds, are the highest science priority iden- tified in the World Climate Research Program spheric sciences has proven to be quite popular not only within the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) (WCRP). In particular, cloud-radiation feedback mechanisms and general circulation model (GCM) atmospheric community,1 but also with the other representations of cloud mechanisms are the most groups of atmospheric scientists in the Baltimore- problematic issues facing global change studies. The Washington region. We decided to host a workshop effects of deep cumulus convection, especially in the on cumulus parameterization schemes because the Tropics, have long been recognized as among the principal limitation
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 2003
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