2018 WG Meetings

Atmosphere Model, Whole Atmosphere, and Chemistry Climate
Working Group Meetings

Event Start Date: 02/12/18
Event End Date: 02/14/18
Location: NCAR, Mesa Lab, Boulder, CO
Registration: $55 | Registration Closed


Participant List


Joint Atmosphere Model, Chemistry Climate, and Whole Atmosphere
Presentation Title Presenter
Assess the effect of Nitrate aerosols on indirect forcing as modeled by CAM with MOSAICZheng Lu
Impacts of dust emission on the trans-Pacific transport of Asain dust in the CESMMingxuan Wu
Stratospheric aerosol derived from volcanic and non-volcanic emissions in CESM2Mike Mills
Stratosphere impacts on climate change projectionsIsla Simpson
Discussion of unified chemistryLouisa Emmons
Vertical resolution in next generation CAMYaga Richter
Plans for infrastructure development in CESMSteve Goldhaber

Atmosphere Model
Presentation Title Presenter
Overview of CAM/CESM2 developmentsJulio Bacmeister
CESM2 coupled-climate simulationsCecile Hannay
NorESM2 based on CESM2: Preliminary experience from running pre-historic spin-up and historical simulationsOeyvind Seland
Seasonal/sub-seasonal forecasting using CESMJoe Tribbia
Dycore sensitivity of Hadley circulation changes under warmingThomas Toniazzo
Improved model performance through parallel coupling of physics and dynamicsAaron Donahue
Updated results from the 2016 Dynamical Core Model Intercomparison ProjectChristiane Jablonowski
FV3-powered models at GFDL: From climate-scale to convective-scaleXi Chen
What can real-time weather forecasts using SE and MPAS teach us about CESM?Colin Zarzycki
Physics-dynamics coupling with element based high-order Galerkin methods: Quasi equal-area physics gridAdam Herrington
Dynamical core requirements for CAM moving forwardPeter Lauritzen
U.S. summertime surface warm bias in models: A summary from the CAUSES projectHsi-Yen Ma
Evolution of the double-ITCZ and cold tongue biases from CESM1 to CESM2Matt Woelfle
Resolution of physics? Improving tropical skill in CAM hindcastsRichard Neale
Impacts of atmospheric processes on ENSO asymmetry: A comparison between CESM1 and CCSM4Tao Zhang
Investigating the role of wind and precipitation biases on the equatorial Pacific cold tongue bias in CESM through a hindcast approachAngela C. Siongco
Forcing and feedbacks in CESMAndrew Gettelman
CGD Seminar: Organized Convection Parameterization for GCMsMitch Moncrieff
Timestep sensitivity in MG2 microphysicsPeter Caldwell
Modernization of the E3SM single-column modelPeter Bogenschutz
Prospecrive for new CAM developments on ice microphysicsXiaohong Liu
Comparing standard CAM5 against "CALIPSO Cirrus CAM5" and the need for a better parameterization of cirrus cloudsDavid Mitchell
Quasi-3-D multiscale modeling framework as a physics option in CAM-SEJoon-Hee Jung
CLUBB's momentum fluxesVincent Larson
A new and iproved analytic double Gaussian PDFBrian Griffin
Using DART tools for CAM developmentKevin Raeder

Chemistry Climate
Presentation Title Presenter
Status of CAM-Chem and discussion of development plansCo-chairs
Towards an implementation of soil NOx emissions in CESM2Maria Val Martin
Impact of updating isoprene and monoterpene chemistry on simulated surface ozone in CAM-chemBecky Schwantes
Air-sea exchange of oxygenated volatile organic compounds and the impacts on the oxidative capacity in the remote troposphere during Atom-1 campaignSiyuan Wang
Brown carbon in the CAM: Implementation and radiative effectHunter Brown
The Oslo-aerosol scheme implemented in CAM5.3Dirk Olivie
GPU-optimized computational speed-up for the atmospheric chemistry box model from CAM4-ChemJoshua Fu
Impacts of changing anthropogenic and biomass burning emissions on CAM-Chem model bias when compared to Atom observationsForrest Lacey

Whole Atmosphere
Presentation Title Presenter
WACCM6 for CESM2 (and beyond)Andrew Gettelman
Development plans for WACCM-XStan Solomon
WACCM-X and the August 21, 2017 Great American EclipseJoe McInerney
Analysis and Hindcast experiments of the 2009 sudden stratospheric warming in WACCMX+DARTNick Pedatella
Stratospheric evaluation: CESM1(WACCM4) to CESM2(WACCM6)Doug Kinnison
Stratospheric sulfate geoengineering studies with WACCMMike Mills
Soot deposition following the Chicxulub impact: Comparing to data from 66 million years agoChuck Bardeen

Other 2018 Working Group Meetings

Land Ice, Ocean Model, and Polar Climate
Climate Variability and Change
Land Model and Biogeochemistry