Mesoscale Meteorological Modeling

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Academic Press, 2002 - 676 Seiten
The second edition of this bestselling text provides a complete update of the field of mesoscale atmospheric modelling. To effectively utilise mesoscale dynamical simulations of the atmosphere, it is necessary to have an understanding of the basic physical and mathematical foundations of the models and to have an appreciation of how a particular atmospheric system works. Mesoscale Meteorological Modeling provides an overview of mesoscale numerical modeling from basic concepts in atmospheric physics through to real life complex atmospheric models. New To This Edition; New numerical and analytical tools are introduced; Problem sets are provided to test the comprehension of the material introduced in the text; The appendix provides summaries as of early 2001 of the framework and applications of a suite of mesoscale models
 

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Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Chapter 2 Basic Set of Equations
3
Chapter 3 Simplification of the Basic Equations
22
Chapter 4 Averaging the Conservation Relations
41
Chapter 5 Physical and Analytic Modeling
58
Chapter 6 Coordinate Transformations
122
Chapter 7 ParameterizationAveraged SubgridScale Fluxes
164
Chapter 8 Averaged Radiation Flux Divergence
210
Chapter 12 Model Evaluation
442
Chapter 13 Examples of Mesoscale Models
472
The Solution of Eqs 1028 and 1047
531
Model Summaries
534
Summary of Several Cumulus Cloud Parameterization Schemes
550
BATS LAPS and LEAF Comparison Tables
556
Summary of Datasets 2000
570
References
571

Chapter 9 Parameterization of Moist Thermodynamic Processes
251
Chapter 10 Methods of Solution
281
Chapter 11 Boundary and Initial Conditions
347
Index
661
List of Volumes in the Series
673
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