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An observing system simulation experiment to assess the potential impact of a virtual mobile communication tower-based observation network on weather forecasting accuracy in china. Part 1: Weather stations with a typical mobile tower height of 40 m

Publications | NSAP - June 15, 2020 - 1:00pm
Zhao, Xuanming, Jiang Zhu, Lijing Cheng, Yubao Liu, Yuewei Liu, 2020: An observing system simulation experiment to assess the potential impact of a virtual mobile communication tower-based observation network on weather forecasting accuracy in china. Part 1: Weather stations with a typical mobile tower height of 40 m. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, OpenSky .

An observing system simulation experiment to assess the potential impact of a virtual mobile communication tower-based observation network on weather forecasting accuracy in china. Part 1: Weather stations with a typical mobile tower height of 40 m

Publications | RAL - June 15, 2020 - 1:00pm
Zhao, Xuanming, Jiang Zhu, Lijing Cheng, Yubao Liu, Yuewei Liu, 2020: An observing system simulation experiment to assess the potential impact of a virtual mobile communication tower-based observation network on weather forecasting accuracy in china. Part 1: Weather stations with a typical mobile tower height of 40 m. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 10.1007/s00376-020-9058-1 .

An observing system simulation experiment to assess the potential impact of a virtual mobile communication tower-based observation network on weather forecasting accuracy in china. Part 1: Weather stations with a typical mobile tower height of 40 m

Publications | NSAP - June 15, 2020 - 1:00pm
Zhao, Xuanming, Jiang Zhu, Lijing Cheng, Yubao Liu, Yuewei Liu, 2020: An observing system simulation experiment to assess the potential impact of a virtual mobile communication tower-based observation network on weather forecasting accuracy in china. Part 1: Weather stations with a typical mobile tower height of 40 m. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 10.1007/s00376-020-9058-1 .

Mapping regional evapotranspiration in cloudy skies via variational assimilation of all-weather land surface temperature observations

Publications | HAP - June 1, 2020 - 1:00pm
He, Xinlei, Tongren Xu, Sayed M. Bateni, Michael Ek, Shaomin Liu, Fei Chen, 2020: Mapping regional evapotranspiration in cloudy skies via variational assimilation of all-weather land surface temperature observations. Journal of Hydrology, OpenSky .

Mapping regional evapotranspiration in cloudy skies via variational assimilation of all-weather land surface temperature observations

Publications | JNT - June 1, 2020 - 1:00pm
He, Xinlei, Tongren Xu, Sayed M. Bateni, Michael Ek, Shaomin Liu, Fei Chen, 2020: Mapping regional evapotranspiration in cloudy skies via variational assimilation of all-weather land surface temperature observations. Journal of Hydrology, OpenSky .

Evaluation of PM2.5 forecast using chemical data assimilation in the WRF-CHEM model: A novel initiative under the ministry of earth sciences air quality early warning system for Delhi, India

Publications | RAL - June 1, 2020 - 1:00pm
Ghude, Sachin D., Rajesh Kumar, Chinmay Jena, Sreyashi Debnath, Rachana G. Kulkarni, Stefano Alessandrini, Mrinal Biswas, Santosh Kulkrani, Prakash Pithani, Saurab Kelkar, Veeresh Sajjan, D.M. Chate, V.K. Soni, Siddhartha Singh, Ravi S. Nanjundiah, M. Rajeevan, 2020: Evaluation of PM2.5 forecast using chemical data assimilation in the WRF-CHEM model: A novel initiative under the ministry of earth sciences air quality early warning system for Delhi, India. Current Science, OpenSky .

Evaluation of PM2.5 forecast using chemical data assimilation in the WRF-CHEM model: A novel initiative under the ministry of earth sciences air quality early warning system for Delhi, India

Publications | NSAP - June 1, 2020 - 1:00pm
Ghude, Sachin D., Rajesh Kumar, Chinmay Jena, Sreyashi Debnath, Rachana G. Kulkarni, Stefano Alessandrini, Mrinal Biswas, Santosh Kulkrani, Prakash Pithani, Saurab Kelkar, Veeresh Sajjan, D.M. Chate, V.K. Soni, Siddhartha Singh, Ravi S. Nanjundiah, M. Rajeevan, 2020: Evaluation of PM2.5 forecast using chemical data assimilation in the WRF-CHEM model: A novel initiative under the ministry of earth sciences air quality early warning system for Delhi, India. Current Science, OpenSky .

Evaluation of PM2.5 forecast using chemical data assimilation in the WRF-CHEM model: A novel initiative under the ministry of earth sciences air quality early warning system for Delhi, India

Publications | JNT - June 1, 2020 - 1:00pm
Ghude, Sachin D., Rajesh Kumar, Chinmay Jena, Sreyashi Debnath, Rachana G. Kulkarni, Stefano Alessandrini, Mrinal Biswas, Santosh Kulkrani, Prakash Pithani, Saurab Kelkar, Veeresh Sajjan, D.M. Chate, V.K. Soni, Siddhartha Singh, Ravi S. Nanjundiah, M. Rajeevan, 2020: Evaluation of PM2.5 forecast using chemical data assimilation in the WRF-CHEM model: A novel initiative under the ministry of earth sciences air quality early warning system for Delhi, India. Current Science, OpenSky .

Development of community, capabilities, and understanding through unmanned aircraft-based atmospheric research: The LAPSE-RATE campaign

Publications | AAP - May 29, 2020 - 1:00pm
de Boer, Gijs, Constantin Diehl, Jamey Jacob, Adam Houston, Suzanne W. Smith, Phillip Chilson, David G. Schmale, Janet Intrieri, James Pinto, Jack Elston, David Brus, Osku Kemppinen, Alex Clark, Dale Lawrence, Sean C. C. Bailey, Michael P. Sama, Amy Frazier, Christopher Crick, Victoria Natalie, Elizabeth Pillar-Little, Petra Klein, Sean Waugh, Julie K. Lundquist, Lindsay Barbieri, Stephan T. Kral, Anders A. Jensen, Cory Dixon, Steven Borenstein, Daniel Hesselius, Kathleen Human, Philip Hall, Brian Argrow, Troy Thornberry, Randy Wright, Jason T. Kelly, 2020: Development of community, capabilities, and understanding through unmanned aircraft-based atmospheric research: The LAPSE-RATE campaign. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, OpenSky .

Assessment of the GOES-16 clear sky mask product over the contiguous USA using CALIPSO retrievals

Publications | WSAP - May 20, 2020 - 1:00pm
Jiménez, Pedro A., 2020: Assessment of the GOES-16 clear sky mask product over the contiguous USA using CALIPSO retrievals. Remote Sensing, OpenSky .

The East African Great Lake Environments (EAGLE) Climate Downscaling Dataset

Publications | RAL - May 20, 2020 - 1:00pm
Grim, Joseph A., James A. Pinto, Anders A. Jensen, Anton Seimon, 2020: The East African Great Lake Environments (EAGLE) Climate Downscaling Dataset. OpenSky .

The East African Great Lake Environments (EAGLE) Climate Downscaling Dataset

Publications | AAP - May 20, 2020 - 1:00pm
Grim, Joseph A., James A. Pinto, Anders A. Jensen, Anton Seimon, 2020: The East African Great Lake Environments (EAGLE) Climate Downscaling Dataset. OpenSky .

An evaluation of a hybrid, terrain-following vertical coordinate in the WRF-based RAP and HRRR models

Publications | JNT - May 15, 2020 - 1:00pm
Beck, Jeffrey, John Brown, Jimy Dudhia, David Gill, Tracy Hertneky, Joseph Klemp, Wei Wang, Christopher Williams, Ming Hu, Eric James, Jaymes Kenyon, Tanya Smirnova, Jung-Hoon Kim, 2020: An evaluation of a hybrid, terrain-following vertical coordinate in the WRF-based RAP and HRRR models. Weather and Forecasting, OpenSky .

The Schaake Shuffle technique to combine solar and wind power probabilistic forecasting

Publications | NSAP - May 15, 2020 - 1:00pm
Alessandrini, Stefano, Tyler McCandless, 2020: The Schaake Shuffle technique to combine solar and wind power probabilistic forecasting. Energies, OpenSky .

Evaluation of the Grell–Freitas convective scheme in the Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting (HWRF) model

Publications | JNT - May 5, 2020 - 1:00pm
Biswas, Mrinal K., Jun A. Zhang, Evelyn Grell, Evan Kalina, Kathryn Newman, Ligia Bernardet, Laurie Carson, James Frimel, Georg Grell, 2020: Evaluation of the Grell–Freitas convective scheme in the Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting (HWRF) model. Weather and Forecasting, OpenSky .

Pioneering better forecasting for UAS operations

RAL Features Feed - May 4, 2020 - 3:46pm
drone over city with windsMay 4, 2020 - 12:00pm

Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), or drones, are emerging as the next major economic sector of society, as well as a new tool for sensing the lower atmosphere. However, these small autonomous aircraft are much more vulnerable to winds, turbulence and icing than manned aircraft. NCAR studies continue to drive predictive capabilities toward the microscale.

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