MEETING SUMMARIES Research Needs and Directions of Regional Climate Modeling Using WR F and CCSM BY L. RUBY LEUNG, YING-HWA KUO, AND JOE TRIBBIA limate varies across a wid e range of tempora l and WORKSHO P ON RESEARCH NEEDS AND DIRECTIONS OF spatial scales. Yet, climate modeling has long been approached using global models that can C REGIONA L CLIMATE MODELING USING WR F AND CCSM resolve only the broader scales of atmospheric pro- WHAT: Sixty regional and global climate modelers cesses and their interactions with land, ocean, and discussed science issues and development needs sea ice. Clearly, large-scale climate determines the using the WR F and CCS M models to address environment for mesoscale and microscale processes downscaling and upscaling issues in climate mod- that govern the weather and local climate, but, like- eling wise, processes that occur at the regional scale may WHEN : 22-23 March 200 5 WHERE: National Center for Atmospheric Research, have significant impacts on the large-scale circulation. Boulder, Colorado Resolving such scale interactions will lead to a much- improved understanding of how climate both influ- ences and is influenced by huma n activities. ccsm.ucar.edu/models) . The goal is to develop a Sinc
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