Report on the Third International SRNWP (Short-Range Numerical Weather Prediction) Workshops on Nonhydrostatic Modelling Kazuo Saito,* J. Steppeler/Teruyuki Kato,# Hisaki Eito,# Naoko Seino,# and Akihiko Murata# 1 . Introduction This program aims to increase the scientific coopera- tion within Europe concerning numerical atmospheric modeling. Juergen Steppeler, the project coordinator The Third International SRNWP (Short-Range of the Local-Modell (LM) of DWD, gave a presenta- Numerical Weather Prediction) Workshop on Nonhy- tion about the "Lead Center for Nonhydrostatic Mod- drostatic Modelling took place from 25 to 27 October 1999 in Offenbach, Germany. It is the third of a series elling" at DWD. The purpose of this center within of workshops; the first was in March 1996, and the SRNWP is to encourage cooperation and the exchange second in October 1997. This workshop is sponsored of information. While this initiative aims mainly at the by DWD, and the purpose is to exchange technical European weather services, individuals and institutes information to promote the development of nonhydro- of other countries are invited to participate. Agenda static models and their application. and contents of the meeting are summarized in Table 1. Apart from lectures, three working groups were orga- There were 64 participants from
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Published: Oct 1, 2001
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