Our manuscript for Reviews of Geophysics, Model hierarchies for understanding atmospheric circulation, was just accepted! Way to go Penny! In particular, I like our new figure illustrating the web of models around state-of-the-art Atmospheric General Circulation Models (AGCMs). These hierarchies of simpler models enables us to understand and improve our weather and climate prediction systems.
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Please see our new paper on the tropospheric response to extreme events in the stratosphere, just submitted to the Journal of Climate.
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Our commentary for the Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, “Imagining Simpler Worlds to Understand the Complexity of our Own”, was just accepted for publication. It follows on a nice paper by Zhihong Tan, Orli Lachmy, and Tiffany Shaw that recently appeared in the same journal.
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Please see our chapter on extratropical stratosphere-troposphere coupling, just submitted as Chapter 6 of the SPARC Reanalysis Intercomparison Project, S-RIP. I’m quite pleased by the final (or at least, submitted) product! Kudos to Patrick Martineau, my co-lead on this 17 author effort which started over 6 years ago. Six years ago, a far away time when I only had one kid. To say that I’m very relieved to have this submitted is an understatement!
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An updated on our workshop on the Atmospheric Circulation in a Changing Climate, 22-25 October 2019, Madrid, a joint DynVarMIP, SPARC DynVar, and SNAP meeting, hosted by Universidad Complutense Madrid, Instituto de Geociencias.
Check out our line up of invited speakers!
- Rolando Garcia NCAR, USA (Keynote talk on the history of stratospheric research modeling!)
- Blanca Ayarzaguena Porras UCM, Spain,
- Elisabeth Blanc, CEA, France,
- Paulo Ceppi Imperial College London, UK,
- Peter Hitchcock Cornell, USA,
- Martin Jucker UNSW, Australia,
- Sarah Kang UNIST, Korea,
- Andrea Lang SUNY Albany, USA
- Michael Sigmond CCCma, Canada