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Workshop Agenda

Challenges in Representing Physical Processes in Coupled Atmosphere-Land-Ocean Models: A Workshop

July 12-13, 2004

J. Erik Jonsson Woods Hole Center of the National Academy of Sciences

MONDAY, JULY 12, 2004

8:30 AM

Welcome, Introduction, and Purpose of Workshop, Kerry Emanuel and John Wyngaard, Co-chairs

9:15 AM

GAP BETWEEN SIMULATION AND UNDERSTANDING IN CLIMATE MODELING, Isaac Held, NOAA-GFDL/Princeton University

10:15 AM

Break

10:30 AM

DISCUSSION SESSION 1—CONVECTION AND CLOUDS

Rapporteur: Dave Randall

Discussion leaders:

  • Convection—Leo Donner, NOAA-GFDL/Princeton University

  • Clouds—Steve Sherwood, Yale University

NOON

Lunch

1:00 PM

DISCUSSION SESSION 2—GRAVITY WAVES

Rapporteur: Yuk Yung

Discussion leader:

  • Atmosphere—Joan Alexander, Colorado Research Associates



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Improving the Scientific Foundation for Atmosphere-Land-Ocean Simulations: Report of A Workshop D Workshop Agenda Challenges in Representing Physical Processes in Coupled Atmosphere-Land-Ocean Models: A Workshop July 12-13, 2004 J. Erik Jonsson Woods Hole Center of the National Academy of Sciences MONDAY, JULY 12, 2004 8:30 AM Welcome, Introduction, and Purpose of Workshop, Kerry Emanuel and John Wyngaard, Co-chairs 9:15 AM GAP BETWEEN SIMULATION AND UNDERSTANDING IN CLIMATE MODELING, Isaac Held, NOAA-GFDL/Princeton University 10:15 AM Break 10:30 AM DISCUSSION SESSION 1—CONVECTION AND CLOUDS Rapporteur: Dave Randall Discussion leaders: Convection—Leo Donner, NOAA-GFDL/Princeton University Clouds—Steve Sherwood, Yale University NOON Lunch 1:00 PM DISCUSSION SESSION 2—GRAVITY WAVES Rapporteur: Yuk Yung Discussion leader: Atmosphere—Joan Alexander, Colorado Research Associates

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Improving the Scientific Foundation for Atmosphere-Land-Ocean Simulations: Report of A Workshop 2:30 PM DISCUSSION SESSION 3—OCEAN MIXING Rapporteur: Jim McWilliams Discussion leaders: Eddy fluxes—Raffaele Ferrari, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Diapycnal material fluxes—Raymond Schmitt, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 4:00 PM Break 4:15 PM DISCUSSION SESSION 4—PLANETARY BOUNDARY LAYER Rapporteur: John Wyngaard Discussion leaders: Cloud-topped PBLs—Bjorn Stevens, UCLA Dry PBL—Peter Sullivan, NCAR-MMM 5:45 PM Adjourn TUESDAY, JULY 13, 2004 8:30 AM Brief description of day’s events, Emanuel and Wyngaard 8:45 AM DISCUSSION SESSION 5—LAND-ATMOSPHERE INTERACTIONS Rapporteur: Julie Demuth Discussion leaders: Carbon cycles—Scott Denning, Colorado State University Hydrologic cycles—Alan Betts, Atmospheric Research 10:15 AM Break 10:30 AM DISCUSSION SESSION 6—ATMOSPHERE-OCEAN INTERACTIONS Rapporteur: Kerry Emanuel Discussion leader: Chris Fairall, NOAA-ETL NOON Lunch 1:00 PM GUIDANCE FOR THE FUTURE, Dennis Hartmann, University of Washington

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Improving the Scientific Foundation for Atmosphere-Land-Ocean Simulations: Report of A Workshop 1:45 PM DISCUSSION—WHERE DO WE GO NOW? Lessons learned Guidance for future action 3:30 PM Break 3:45 PM CONTINUED DISCUSSION 5:30 PM Adjourn