MEETING SUMMARIES

MEETING SUMMARIES 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 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/BAMS-84-8-1055
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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

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Aug 1, 2003

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