MEETING SUMMARIES WORKSHOP O N MODELING OF THE ARCTIC ATMOSPHERE BY JOH N E. WALSH , STEPHEN J. VAVRUS, AN D WILLIAM L. CHAPMAN he workshop on "Modeling of th e Arctic Atmo- MODELIN G OF TH E ARCTIC sphere"1 attracted more than 30 scientists who met to 1) identify systematic errors in simula- ATMOSPHER E tions of th e Arctic atmosphere by global and regional What : Scientists fro m eight countries involved with models, 2) explore reasons for differences in the Arc- modelin g th e Arcti c atmosphere discussed tic simulations by different models, and 3) identify differences and error s in model simulations, priorities for reducing model errors in the Arctic. clarifyin g research needs t o improve the models The critical research issues that emerged from the and bette r choose wha t is modeled. workshop discussions may be regarded as high priori- When : 20-22 May 2002 ties for the enhancement of simulations of th e Arctic Where : University of Wisconsin—Madison , Madison, in large-scale models. In this summar y we integrate Wisconsi n those priorities across the workshop into familiar areas of climate research. ARCTI C TEMPERATURE. A key characteristic of
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Published: Jun 15, 2005
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