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2010 Meeting - Meteorological Modeling Applications for Chemical Transport Models

10th Annual Ad-Hoc Meteorological Modelers Meeting
June 24-25, 2010
Boulder, Colorado
NCAR Foothills Laboratory, Building FL0, Room 2108

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Agenda

Attendee List 

Day 1

01:00
WRF Performance Assessment for a 1998 Field Experiment in Southern Missouri: Implications for Biogenic Emissions Estimation; K. Baker, US Envrionmental Protection Agency

02:00
Enhancing sub-grid non-precipitating cloud diagnosis in the CAMx modeling system: Impacts on ozone and PM2.5 sulfate; C. Emery, ENVIRON

03:00
Assessment of CALMET Performance Using In-Situ Data in a Complex Meteorological Environment (Wyoming); Jason Reed (TRC) and Ken Rairigh (Wyoming DEQ)

04:00
WRF Sensitivity Results for a 2007 Retrospective Simulation for the Central and Eastern United States; D. Brown, Iowa DNR

05:00
High Vertical Resolution MM5 and WRF in the Western United States; D. McNally, Alpine Geophysics

 

Day 2

08:30
Multiyear WRF evaluation; application of WRF to better represent low level nocturnal jets in the northeast United States; R. Gilliam, US Environmental Protection Agency

09:15
Ozone vs. Meteorology: Comparing relationships in ambient data against CMAQ model estimates; P. Dolwick, US Environmental Protection Agency

10:00
Evaluation of Four Lagrangian ModelsAgainst the Cross-Appalachian and European Tracer Experiments; B. Anderson, US Forest Service

10:45
WRF meteorological modeling to support CALNEX/CALMEX 2010 field study; K. Baker, US Environmental Protection Agency

11:30
Evaluating WRF ensemble members for a July 2005 episode; K. Baker, US Environmental Protection Agency

 

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