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Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling - Andre J. Robert Memorial Volume

by Charles A. Lin

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Published by NRC Research Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Applied mathematics,
  • Climatology,
  • The hydrosphere,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages581
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11770773M
    ISBN 100969841442
    ISBN 109780969841449

      In: Lin C, Laprise R, Ritchie H (eds) Numerical methods in atmospheric and oceanic modelling, The André J Robert Memorial volume. Canadian Meteorol and Oceanographic Soc/NRC Research Press, pp – doi: / Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling - Andre J. Robert Memorial Volume(1st Edition) by Harold Ritchie, René Laprise, Charles Augustin Lin, André J. Robert, Charles A. Lin, Rene Laprise Hardcover, Pages, Published by Canadian Meterological & ISBN , ISBN:

    This chapter describes the numerical modeling of contrails on a local scale with cloud resolving simulations. Emphasis is put on the description of microphysical modeling. R., Ritchie, H. (eds.) Numerical methods in atmospheric and oceanic modelling: the Andre J. Robert memorial volume, pp. – Canadian Meteorological and. Abstract A key aspect of the recently proposed Hamiltonian particle‐mesh (HPM) method is its time‐staggered discretization combined with a regularization of the continuous governing equations. In t.

      This book offers a comprehensive overview of the models and methods employed in the rapidly advancing field of numerical ocean circulation modeling. For those new to the field, concise reviews of the equations of oceanic motion, sub-grid-scale parameterization and numerical approximation techniques are presented. The forecast model produces a global, three‐dimensional estimate of the atmospheric state on a ° by ° latitude‐longitude grid and 39 height levels between the surface and ∼42 km. The 3D‐Var system produces 4 analyses per day, at 00, 06, 12 and 18Z which are subsequently used to .


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Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling - Andre J. Robert Memorial Volume by Charles A. Lin Download PDF EPUB FB2

This volume is a collection of 27 refered papers by leading scientists in the field of numerical modelling, based on invited presentations dedicated to the memory of Andr J. Robert who had a long and distinguished career in numerical models for atmospheric and fluid models.

A collection of papers based on presentations at the André J. Robert Memorial Symposium on Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, held at Université du Québec à Montréal Oct.Description: xix,52 p.: ill., maps ; 24 cm.

Responsibility: edited by Charles A. Lin, René Laprise, Harold Ritchie. The volume is a collection of refereed papers by leading scientists in the field of numerical modelling, based on invited presentations at the André J.

Robert Memorial Symposium on Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, held at the Université du Québec à Montréal, October André Robert (), to whom Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling is dedicated, had a career that contributed greatly to the growth of NWP and the role that the atmospheric computer models of NWP play in our by: 1.

The authors are from laboratories around the world, and their papers cover different aspects of numerical methods in meteorology and oceanography. The book provides an up-to-date comprehensive and long-lasting reference for students and researchers in numerical weather prediction, climate simulation, dynamic meteorology, and ocean modelling.

Numerical Models of Oceans and Oceanic Processes is a survey of the current state of knowledge in this field. It brings together a discussion of salient oceanic dynamics and processes, numerical solution methods, and ocean models to provide a comprehensive treatment of the topic.

Further Reading: André Robert (): His Pioneering Contributions to Numerical Modelling, by Andrew Staniforth (pp ), in Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling: the André J. Robert Memorial Volume: edited by Charles A. Lin, René Laprise and Harold Ritchie, pages, PublishedISBNPublisher Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society.

ABSTRACT. Since the original demonstration of the efficiency advantage of the semi-Lagrangian semi-implicit method over a decade ago by André Robert, this numerical integration scheme is being used in an increasing range of atmospheric models.

Most of the applications have been in grid point models, where it has been shown that this method permits the use of time steps that are much larger than. Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling: The André J. Robert Memorial Volume, C. Lin, R. Laprise, and H. Ritchie, Eds., CMOS/NRC Press, S1–S5.

Numerical Methods Used In Atmospheric Models. There is a growing interest in tidal effects on the global wind-driven oceanic circulation. Tidal models used in such investigations have been. Modeling Atmospheric and Oceanic Flows: Insights from Laboratory Experiments and Numerical Simulations provides a broad overview of recent progress in using laboratory experiments and numerical simulations to model atmospheric and oceanic fluid motions.

This volume not only surveys novel research topics in laboratory experimentation, but also highlights recent developments. formulation of numerical models of atmospheric dynamics • More complete reviews of the subject can be found in textbooks, such as: as well as in the review articles, for example: 3 Kalnay, E.

Atmospheric Modeling, Data Assimilation and Predictability. Cambridge Univ. Press, pp Durran, D. Numerical Methods for Fluid. Vol - Issue sup1: Monograph:Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling: The André J.

Robert Memorial Volume. IN ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC MODELLING Edited by J. Côté Report No. 34 APRIL WMO / TD - No. From the Editor There is considerable international activity in the development of numerical models for the purpose of climate simulation and for forecasting on various The method allows direct comparison of parameterized variables such as.

Computational Science and Engineering # pp. ISBN •) C. Lin, R. Lapriseand H. Ritchie, Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling; The André J. Robert Memorial Volume. In the early s, André J.

Robert developed the first successful spectral method for meteorological equations, replacing the previously common grid point method. Robert’s method, first documented inallowed the time step in atmospheric models to be increased by a factor of six, without reducing the accuracy of the forecasts.

Contemporary atmospheric and oceanic numerical simulations are typically unconverged as the time step is reduced. For example, Williamson and Olson () have found that an aqua-planet atmospheric general circulation model is sensitive to the time step of the parameterized physics.

In particular, different time steps produce different zonally averaged precipitation patterns, such that the. Numerical ocean models have become increasingly valuable tools as we strive to understand the nature of the ocean’s dynamics.

They have progressed from the necessarily crude and idealized tools of decades past to capture much of the complexity and beauty of the real ocean. Modeling of Atmospheric Chemistry - by Guy P. Brasseur June B., and Rasmussen, E.

() On a Numerical Method for Integration of the Hydrodynamical Equations with a Spectral Representation of the Horizontal Fields, Institute of Theoretical Meteorology, University of Copenhagen, Robert.

This book surveys recent developments in numerical techniques for global atmospheric models. It is based upon a collection of lectures prepared by leading experts in the field. The chapters reveal the multitude of steps that determine the global atmospheric model design.

Cullen, M.J.P., Davies, T., Mawson, M.H., James, J.A., Coulter, S.C. & Malcolm, A. () An overview of numerical methods for the next generation UK NWP and climate model.

pp. – in Lin, C. Laprise, R. Ritchie, H. (eds) Numerical methods in atmospheric and oceanic modelling (the André J. Robert Memorial Volume).ON NUMERICAL EXPERIMENTATION RESEARCH ACTIVITIES IN ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC MODELLING Edited by J.

Côté Report No. 33 APRIL WMO/TD-No. parameterization methods as it allows direct comparison of the parameterized variables (e.g. clouds, precipitation) with observations early in the forecast while the modeled state is still near.Computer Modelling in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Building Knowledge.

Authors: Müller, Peter K. assessment of the impact of our actions today on the future environment and living conditions of later generations is numerical modeling. The better the general understanding of the potential and limitations of numerical models, the better.