Nmm project Proposal Title of the proposed projectNmm project Proposal Title of the proposed project
Towards understanding the biases in the model sst, wind field and rainfall in the Climate Forecasting System for the Monsoon Indian Ocean domain
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2011 Hurricane Field Program Plan Hurricane Research Division National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory2011 Hurricane Field Program Plan Hurricane Research Division National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory
Sim Aberson, Michael Black, Robert Black, Joe Cione, Paul Chang, Peter Dodge, Jason Dunion, John Gamache, John Kaplan, Sylvie Lorsolo, Eric Uhlhorn, Robert Rogers, Jun Zhang, Gary Barnes, Michael Bell, James Franklin, Rick Lumpkin, Michael
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Met 614 Tropical Cyclones Spring 2013Met 614 Tropical Cyclones Spring 2013
Southern 1979. Today, the United States dedicates considerable resources to the monitoring, prediction, and research of these intense, long-lived vortices. This course will look at the meteorological, climatological
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The ocean observing system for tropical cyclone intensification forecasts and studiesThe ocean observing system for tropical cyclone intensification forecasts and studies
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Upgrades to the Operational gfdl hurricane Prediction SystemUpgrades to the Operational gfdl hurricane Prediction System
Cliper exceeding 55% at all time levels beyond 36h in the Atlantic. In both the Atlantic and East Pacific basins, the gfdl model had the lowest track error of any other dynamical model guidance
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National Oceanographic and Atmospheric AdministrationNational Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration
Robert Rogers, Sim Aberson, Michael Black, Robert Black, Joe Cione, Peter Dodge, Jason Dunion, John Gamache, John Kaplan, Sylvie Lorsolo, Shirley Murillo, Eric Uhlhorn, Jun Zhang, Gary Barnes, Eric D’Asaro, Matthew Eastin, Rick Lumpkin
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Cgms-41 nasa-wp-06 11 June 2013Cgms-41 nasa-wp-06 11 June 2013
Ir sounder instruments and will form the basis for a next generation retrieval for Version Scientific interest in the sounding instruments remains high with over 100 peer reviewed publications released in 2012 using airs data and numerous more with the other
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Dominant Aerosol Chemical Components and Their Contribution to Extinction During the Aerosols99 Cruise Across the AtlanticDominant Aerosol Chemical Components and Their Contribution to Extinction During the Aerosols99 Cruise Across the Atlantic
Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, University of Washington, Seattle
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Introduction Current StateIntroduction Current State
Noaa office of the Chief Information Officer’s High Performance Computing Program. Noaa’s High Performance Computing Board provides strategic guidance and oversight for the execution of this enterprise and the allocation of hpc resources
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Submission 2016 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap Capability Issues PaperSubmission 2016 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap Capability Issues Paper
Future high performance computing platforms capable of exascale-level performance are required for advances in environmental science and other areas in order to undertake numerical experiments at increasingly high resolution to resolve key
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14 May 8 June 2010 Chief Scientist/Principal Investigator: Trish Quinn14 May 8 June 2010 Chief Scientist/Principal Investigator: Trish Quinn
CalNex 2010 is a combined air quality/climate project that will take place in the coastal region of California. Sampling will be coordinated with ground-based stations located in California and multiple aircraft
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Contributions and Suggested Changes to theContributions and Suggested Changes to the
At the same time, they provide invaluable data on the types and intensity of wind shear at many aerodromes throughout the world k The Woodfield and Woods paper discusses the variation of wind shear at different aerodromes as follows
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1. Introduction Sea ice, which provides a layer of thermal insulation between ocean and atmosphere and reflects most of the incident solar insolation, is central to polar climate studies1. Introduction Sea ice, which provides a layer of thermal insulation between ocean and atmosphere and reflects most of the incident solar insolation, is central to polar climate studies
Simulations of a second case study covering Europe and the Arctic Ocean demonstrate remote impacts of Arctic sea ice thickness on mid-latitude synoptic meteorology that develop within two weeks during a winter 2012 blocking event
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List of publications of Professor Nihan A. AliyevList of publications of Professor Nihan A. Aliyev
N. A. Aliyev, M. F. Mehdiyev, Sh. A. Dadashova Solution of The Cauchi and Boundary Value Problem for Equations with Discrete Derivative (Azeri) Baku State University, Baku, Azerbaijan, 2017, 51 pages
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20. Arc Cloud Module Principal Investigator: Jason Dunion Links to ifex: Goal 120. Arc Cloud Module Principal Investigator: Jason Dunion Links to ifex: Goal 1
Goal 1: Collect observations that span the tc life cycle in a variety of environments for model initialization and evaluation
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