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Abstract

Scientists from 13 countries involved with modeling and observing the coupled high-latitude weather and climate system discussed our current understanding and challenges in polar prediction, extreme events, and coupled processes on scales ranging from cloud and turbulent processes, from micrometers and a few hundred meters to processes on synoptic-scale weather phenomena and pan-Arctic energy budgets of hundreds to thousands of kilometers. Workshop participants also evaluated research needs to improve numerical models with usages spanning from uncoupled to fully coupled models used for weather and climate prediction (http://highlatdynamics.b.uib.no/).

 

Authors

Spengler, T., Renfrew, I. A., Terpstra, A., Tjernström, M., Screen, J., Brooks, I. M., Carleton, A., Chechin, D., Chen, L., Doyle, J., Esau, I., Hezel, P. J., Jung, T., Kohyama, T., Lüpkes, C., McCusker, K. E., Nygård, T., Sergeev, D., Shupe, M. D., Sodemann, H., & Vihma, T.

 

Year

2016

 

Journal

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society

 

Citation

Spengler, T., Renfrew, I. A., Terpstra, A., Tjernström, M., Screen, J., Brooks, I. M., Carleton, A., Chechin, D., Chen, L., Doyle, J., Esau, I., Hezel, P. J., Jung, T., Kohyama, T., Lüpkes, C., McCusker, K. E., Nygård, T., Sergeev, D., Shupe, M. D., Sodemann, H., & Vihma, T. (2016). High-Latitude Dynamics of Atmosphere–Ice–Ocean Interactions, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 97(9), ES179-ES182. Retrieved May 14, 2021, from https://journals.ametsoc.org/view/journals/bams/97/9/bams-d-15-00302.1.xml

 

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IASC Related Activity

Workshop on Dynamics of Atmosphere-Ice-Ocean Interactions in High Latitudes

 

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