Research Needs and Directions of Regional Climate Modeling Using WRF and CCSM

Research Needs and Directions of Regional Climate Modeling Using WRF and CCSM 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 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Research Needs and Directions of Regional Climate Modeling Using WRF and CCSM

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/BAMS-87-12-1747
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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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Published: Dec 12, 2006

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