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HRCP workshop

 

Workshop on

"High-resolution ocean modelling for coupled seamless predictions"

 Where:Met Office, Exeter, UK
 When:13-15 April 2016
 Duration:3 days
 Organisers:

Mike Bell (Met Office), David Ferreira (University of Reading), Helene Hewitt (Met Office), Adrian New (National Oceanography Centre ), Malcolm Roberts (Met Office)

Latest announcement:

Flyer - 19 Oct 2015
Fourth announcement - 07 April 2016

 

 

HRCP group picture

HRCP workshop participants, April 2016

 

Scope: The scientific development of ocean models and global coupled prediction systems at resolutions of order 1/12 ° for seasonal to decadal prediction and short-range weather forecasting.

Objectives/themes:

  • Identification of expected improvements to processes and performance
  • Clarification of the key choices for ocean model configurations and parametrisations
  • Development of coherent designs and collaborations for experiments and diagnostics

Outcomes: A short “white” paper covering the issues and recommendations will be submitted for publication following the meeting.

Format: For each objective/theme there will be invited and selected oral presentations, a poster session and a discussion of issues with chair and moderators.

 

This workshop is being organised and supported by

the Met Office, the University of Reading and the National Oceanographic Centre, Southampton (UK)

Supporting organisations