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© Crown copyright Met Office Met Office flying during DIAMET: EXT&MIX Richard Cotton
© Crown copyright Met Office Scientific Projects Cirrus ice clouds: Microphysics and Satellite retrieval validation. Mixed-phase: Microphysics and cloud evolution. Clear-sky: Humidity and chemistry. A wide-range of science objectives are to be investigated. The specific flight sortie will be chosen depending on the weather conditions and instrument status on a daily basis. Fit around DIAMET observing period.
© Crown copyright Met Office Cirrus: Ice-phase physics CIRRUS (Richard Cotton): Ice particle properties in deep altostratus/cirrostratus and cirrus uncinus. Includes ice particle density, diffusional growth, aggregation and sedimentation (and ISMAR testing). Operate in Southwest/Northwest-approaches. VACAR (Tom Emmery/Stephan Havemann): Cirrus optical properties. IASI (METOP) overpass. COSIC (Jim Heywood): Persistent contrail formation. MSG.
© Crown copyright Met Office Mixed-phase and liquid clouds ICEPIC2 (Phil Brown): Evolution of precipitation in convective clouds around the UK, especially the initiation and evolution of ice-phase particles and their relationship to aerosol inputs at the cloud base. NU-WAVE (Richard Cotton): Ice heterogeneous nucleation, diffusional growth and evaporation in altocumulus lenticularis. CHIMPS (Paul Barret): The structure of clouds and humidity in the mid- troposphere across various spatial scales. COALESC (Steve Abel): Stratocumulus evolution.
© Crown copyright Met Office Clear-sky projects CAVIAR (Stuart Newman): IASI satellite retrieval validation. AQUM (Debbie OSullivan): Chemistry. VISURB (Jim Haywood): Pollution in boundary layer. VIROSS (Stephan Havemann): SWS,SHIMS,BBR,ARIES radiation instruments.
© Crown copyright Met Office Instruments: CIP-15 and CIP-100 and 2D-C imaging probes. (CAPS-auto) SID-2 and CDP scattering probes. PCASP, Nephelometers and CCN. Nevzorov TWC and LWC, Johnson-Williams LWC bulk-water. Buck, GE, FWVS and WVSS humidity. LIDAR, AVAPS-sondes. ARIES/Heiman, SWS/SIMS. AIMMS turbulence probe.
© Crown copyright Met Office Operations centre at Exeter Conference room 4 booked for entire EXT&MIX period. Street access requires pass (names one week in advance). WIFI access for Internet and secure Met Office internal access. Operational flying forecasts web page to have additional DIAMET specific links.
© Crown copyright Met Office Mid-infrared observations of the water vapour continuum from CAVIAR field campaigns Stuart Newman and co-workers Coseners.
© University of Reading Radiative effects of persistent aircraft contrails: a case study Richard Allan Environmental Systems.
© Crown copyright Met Office CAVIAR Update to Met Office work on field campaigns Stuart Newman Imperial College, 29 March 2011.
BBC2 Overview Scientific aims Atmospheric conditions Events.
Numerical Weather Prediction Parametrization of diabatic processes Cloud Parametrization Adrian Tompkins.
Numerical Weather Prediction Parametrization of Diabatic Processes Clouds (1) Cloud Microphysics Richard Forbes and Adrian Tompkins
Evaluating the Met Office global forecast model using Geostationary Earth Radiation Budget (GERB) data Richard Allan, Tony Slingo Environmental Systems.
© Crown copyright Met Office Update on CAVIAR field experiments Stuart Newman NPL, 29 September 2010.
Radar & lidar observations of clouds UWERN Cloud systems and Orography meeting Robin Hogan University of Reading, UK 1.Current and future Chilbolton capabilities.
© Crown copyright Met Office Overview of Camborne field campaign Stuart Newman Imperial College, 16 December 2008.
Evaluating the Met Office global forecast model using GERB data Richard Allan, Tony Slingo Environmental Systems Science Centre, University of Reading.
Robin Hogan Department of Meteorology University of Reading Cloud and Climate Studies using the Chilbolton Observatory.
© Crown copyright Met Office CAVIAR field campaigns update Stuart Newman UCL, 13 May 2010.
Clouds and their turbulent environment Robin Hogan, Andrew Barrett, Natalie Harvey Helen Dacre, Richard Forbes (ECMWF) Department of Meteorology, University.
Figure 1: Using GERB and SEVIRI data to evaluate the Met Office NWP model in near-real time; example SINERGEE comparisons for 8 th March 2006 at 1200 UTC.
Clouds and Weather Prediction. Learner Expectations Grade 5 –Atmosphere: Conditions/Data/Predict The learner will be able to predict weather conditions.
15 Chapter 15 Moisture, Clouds, and Precipitation.
Reading – Met Office collaboration Reading RAP University: R Hogan, P-J van Leeuwen, K Shine, A ONeill, R Sutton, S Gray, J Methven Met Office: R Kershaw,
Evaluation and improvement of mixed-phase cloud schemes using radar and lidar observations Robin Hogan, Andrew Barrett Department of Meteorology, University.
Robin Hogan, Chris Westbrook University of Reading Lin Tian NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Phil Brown Met Office The importance of ice particle shape.
Robin Hogan, Julien Delanoe Department of Meteorology, University of Reading, UK Richard Forbes European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts Alejandro.
Robin Hogan Julien Delanoe, Ewan OConnor, Anthony Illingworth, Jonathan Wilkinson University of Reading, UK Quantifying the skill of cloud forecasts from.
Ewan OConnor, Robin Hogan, Anthony Illingworth Drizzle comparisons.
© Crown copyright Met Office CAVIAR field campaigns meeting Stuart Newman Exeter, 29 April 2010.
Current Changes in the Tropical Precipitation and Energy Richard P. Allan Department of Meteorology, University of Reading Thanks to Brian Soden, Viju.
Moisture Transport in Baroclinic Waves Ian Boutle a, Stephen Belcher a, Bob Plant a Bob Beare b, Andy Brown c 24 April 2014.
Page 1© Crown copyright 2007 Initial tendencies of cloud regimes in the Met Office Unified Model Keith Williams and Malcolm Brooks Met Office, Hadley Centre.
© Crown copyright Met Office Regional climate model formulation PRECIS Workshop, Reading University, 23 rd – 27 th April 2012.
An Overview of Data Assimilation aspects in HyMeX * THORPEX DAOS WG5, Exeter, June 2011 Y. Michel (Météo-France, CNRM-GAME) and coauthors Elaborated from.
Robin Hogan Ewan OConnor, Anthony Illingworth University of Reading, UK Chris Ferro, Ian Jolliffe, David Stephenson University of Exeter, UK Verifying.
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