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Understanding clouds and precipitation through highly resolved process modelling and observations

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An international conference organised by the HD(CP)2 project
What
Event of interest
When
Feb 15, 2016 09:00 AM to Feb 19, 2016 05:00 PM (Europe/Vienna / UTC100)
Where
Berlin (Germany)
Contact Name
Florian Rauser
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From the event's website:

The problem to understand and simulate clouds and precipitation is longstanding and unequivocal in its importance for our community.  It is also multidimensional: observation, theory and model development must go hand in hand to improve our understanding. The processes involving clouds and precipitation span scales ranging from the microphysical to radiative and thermodynamic effects that are emergent globally. They cannot be subsumed by one single computer simulation but must always be treated in a unified combination of process observation, theory and modelling. The multi-scale nature of the problem also naturally explains why it will not be possible to fully resolve the problem in any reasonable way in the foreseeable future. Instead, we will have to adapt our approaches to the questions that are being posed.

Four sessions:


Confirmed Speakers Christine Chiu, George Craig, Tristan L'Ecuyer, Richard Forbes, Tony del Genio, Wojtek Grabowski, Steve Klein, Louise Nuijens, Dave Randall, Evelyne Richard, Masaki Satoh, Steve Sherwood, Alison Stirling  

Conveners Thomas Ackermann, Joachim Biercamp, Sandrine Bony, Ulrike Burkhardt, Susanne Crewell, Sarah Jones, Andreas Macke, Robert Pincus, Johannes Quaas, Florian Rauser,  Christoph Schaer, Thomas Schulthess, Axel Seifert, Pier Siebesma, Clemens Simmer, Bjorn Stevens.

 

Contact  Florian Rauser

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