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2015 CICS EMC/CPC Meeting Archive

 

CICS-EMC/CPC Meeting

Wednesday 6-May-2015; 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

ESSIC Conference Room, 5825 Univ. Research Ct, 4th floor, College Park, MD

 

 

 

11:00

Tony Busalacchi

Welcome (10 min)

11:10

Hugo Berbery/ Fernando Miralles

CICS-MD research areas

11:15

Hendrik Tolman/ Mike Ek

EMC overview (20 min)

11:35

David DeWitt/ Gottschalck/Kumar

CPC overview (20 min)  PowerPoint

11:55

Jin Huang

Climate Testbed (15 min)  PowerPoint

 

 

All following talks are 3-slides, 5 minutes

12:10

Steve Lord

Next-Generation Global Prediction System

12:15

Zhanqing Li

Evaluating the Impact of Cloud-Aerosol-Precipitation Interaction (CAPI) Schemes on Rainfall Forecast in the NGGPS

12:20

Bailing Li

Assimilation of GRACE derived terrestrial water storage for improving land surface modeling and drought monitoring

12:25

Kayo Ide

Advancing data assimilation and observing system design

12:30

Isaac Moradi

Physically-based bias correction of satellite data (with application in data assimilation) and assimilation of microwave cloudy radiances

12:35

Xiaoyan Zhang

Assimilation of IR Cloudy Radiance in NCEP Hourly-Updated NAM Forecast System

12:40

Xiaolei Zou

GOES and POES Data Applications for Hurricanes

12:45

Eric Hackert/

Tony Busalacchi

Impact of Aquarius Sea Surface Salinity on Coupled ENSO Forecasts

 

 

12:50-13:00   Brief interval (10 min) to grab lunch and continue

13:00

Raghu Murtugudde

Air-sea interaction processes in ENSO-monsoon forecast biases

13:05

Chris Hain

Assimilation of Land Surface Variables (e.g., soil moisture, land surface temperature, vegetation, snow) into NCEP's Operational Model Suite.

13:10

Augustin Vintzileos

Towards Week-2 to Week-4 excessive heat outlook systems

13:15

Katie Lukens/

Hugo Berbery

Monitoring of storm tracks and associated precipitation patterns

13:20

Daniel Tong

Modeling and observations of long-term dust storm variability in the western United States: Will the US see another “Dust Bowl” soon?

13:25

Wenze Yang

Global Atmospheric Rivers depicted from satellite and NWP reanalysis

13:30

Guojung Gu

Spatial patterns of global precipitation variability and change during 1901-2010.

13:35

Li Ren

Reconstruct the ocean salinity using the modern data to study the inter-annual, decadal time scale variations, as well as climate model evaluations

13:40

Melissa Kenney

Multidisciplinary social science research methods to conduct novel, actionable research focused on climate decision support, user understandability and needs, and indicators.

13:45

Jim Carton

The undergraduate and graduate programs at the Dept. of Atmos & Oce Sci. 

13:50

 

Discussion

15:00

 

End of meeting

 

 

Additional presentations

1

Bob Adler

Global Precipitation Climatology Project (GPCP): Research to Climate Monitoring  

2

Da-Lin Zhang

Evaluating the roles of the boundary-layer physics parameterization, and cloud-radiation interaction in hurricane intensity forecasts with HWRF

3

Tim Canty, Austin Hope, Ross Salawitch

Assessing the Accuracy of Climate Projections

4

Dwi Susanto

Indonesian throughflow and its proxy

5

Sinéad L. Farrell

Studies of sea ice volume change and ice dynamics, using remote sensing techniques.

6

Bin Zhang

Comparison of 4DVAR and LETKF in Assimilating Satellite Sea Surface Temperature in the Chesapeake Bay Operational Forecasting System

7

Michiko Masutani

OSSE for Arctic observing system

8

Eugenia Kalnay

New applications of Data Assimilation

9

Xin-Zhong Liang

Development of Model Physics Representation (PBL, prognostic cloud, upper ocean, terrestrial hydrology)

10

Xin-Zhong Liang

Development of Optimized Physics Ensemble Prediction (multi-model or multi-physics configuration with optimization)

11

Huan Wu

Process-based multiple spatial-temporal scale hydrologic/hydraulic modelling (for flood and drought prediction) and its uncertainty analysis"

12

Ariana Sutton-Grier

Understanding natural coastal processes to support policy and decision-making to improve the resilience of coastal ecosystems and human communities

13

Ning Zeng

Land-biosphere-atmosphere interaction and data assimilation

 

 

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