2021 CESM Atmosphere Model, Whole Atmosphere, & Chemistry Climate Working Group Meeting

2021 CESM Atmosphere Model, Whole Atmosphere, & Chemistry Climate Working Group Meeting

Meeting Details

Event Date: 02/08/21 - 02/12/21
Location: Virtual Via Zoom

The Atmosphere, Whole Atmosphere, and Chemistry-Climate working groups will meet the week of February 8th. We plan to have sessions for at most 3-4 hours per day separated into a morning and afternoon session, with no parallel sessions. The detailed schedule will be determined after reviewing the submitted presentation titles. We may have a poster session if we receive more requests for presentations than fit in the sessions.

We welcome presentations on science using CAM, WACCM and CAM-chem, as well as development activities. Research using variable resolution grids is very welcome.

* Meeting agenda, participant list, and presentations will be posted here at a later date.

Meeting Agenda

View the agenda in PDF format here

Meeting Contact

For questions agout the meeting, contact Elizabeth Faircloth [ fair@ucar.edu ]

Meeting Presentations

Monday 8 February 2021 - Overview and Vertical Resolution
Presentation Title Presenter
CAM Overview Julio Bacmeister
WACCM overview Nick Davis and Nick Pedatella
CAM-chem and MUSICA overview Louisa Emmons
Future Infrastructure for CAM: The System for Integrated Modeling of the Atmosphere (SIMA) Andrew Gettelman
Toward the vertical resolution for the next generation of CESM Isla Simpson
Monday 8 February 2021 - Overview and Vertical Resolution
Presentation Title Presenter
EDMF CPT: Recent Developments Joao Teixeira
Implementing CLUBB+MF in CAM and Initial Results Adam Herrington
An Analysis of Momentum Nudging Tendencies Required to Keep CAM6 Close to ERA-1 and MERRA2 Chris Kruse
Connections between CLUBB's higher order moments and the surface Meg Fowler
An improvement to CLUBB's modeling of subcloud skewness Benjamin Stephens
Representation of Secondary Ice Production in CAM6 and Global Importance Xi Zhao
Convectively Coupled Waves Over South America in CESM Richard Neale
Seasonal Dependent Impact of Ice-Cloud Longwave Scattering on the Polar Climate Xianglei Huang
Extending the Dynamical Core Test Case Hierarchy: Moist Baroclinic Waves with Topography Christiane Jablonowski
Reference Radiative Convective Equilibrium Climate in the Community Atmospheric Model Levi Silvers
Quantifying the sensitivity of tropical cyclone structure to momentum flux in CAM6 Kyle Nardi
Effects of Time Integration Error on the Water Cycle in EAMv1 Sean Santos
Effects of organized mesoscale heating on the MJO and precipitation in CESM2 Jack Chen
Evaluating the impact of the MAM5 on WACCM6 performance Ziming Ke
Biomass Burning aerosols in the Community Atmosphere Model are too absorbing Hunter Brown
Exploring natural aerosol formation from DMS oxidation and implications for aerosol forcing Ka Ming Fung
Changing PM2.5 and related meterology over India from 1950-2014: A new perspective from a chemistry-climate model ensemble Sarah Hancock
Wednesday 10 February 2021
Presentation Title Presenter
Updating SD-WACCM's deNOY Parameterization Improves Simulation of ARctic Ozone Loss in 2020 Chatherine Wilka
Tropical Stratospheric Circulation and Ozone Coupled to Pacific Milti-Decadal Variability Fernando Iglesias-Suarez
Evaluation of the CCMI-WMO REF-D1 WACCM6 Simulation Doug Kinnison
Tropical gravity wave observations and WACCM6 parameterized gravity waves from convection: Implications for simulation of the QBO Joan Alexander
Sensitivity of climate intervention stratospheric sulfur injections on stratospheric ozone Simone Tilmes
CESM2-WACCM6 S2S Simulations Nick Pedatella
Assessment of equilibrium climate sensitivity of CESM2 through simulation of the Last Glacial Maximum Jiang Zhu
Refining Climate Change Event Attribution Capabilities in CAM Kevin Reed
Exploring the Response of Tropical Cyclone Precipitation to Idealized Warming in CAM Aquaplanet Simulations Alyssa Stansfield
Intro to the Simple Cloud-Resolving E3SM Atmosphere Model Peter Caldwell
Assessing Machine Learning Techniques as Emulators for Simple Physics in the Community Atmosphere Model Garrett Limon
A potential use for emerging multi-core architectures Gunter Huebler
Development of a Community CAM6 Perturbed Parameter Ensemble -PPE Trude Eidhammer
NCAR Water System Research: South America Roy Rasmussen
Thursday 11 February 2021
Presentation Title Presenter
Chemistry Across Multiple Phases (CAMP: An integrated multi-phase chemistry model Jorba Oriol
)Development of the Harmonized Emissions Component (HEMCO) as an online emissions component for CAM-Chem and CESM-GC Haipeng Lin
Update on ozone tagging with TOAST and CAM-chem Tim Butler
Current Status of VSL Halogen Chemistry in CESM 2.2: How Changes in Tropospheric SAD Fields Impact on Halogen Recycling and Washout Rafael Fernandez
Impact of COVID-19 lockdown on secondary pollutants across the world Benjamin Gaubert
Evaluation of CESM as a tool for health impact modeling of ambient air pollution Forrest Lacey
MUSICA simulations of fire impacts on air quality during the 2019 FIREX-AQ field campaign Wenfu Tang
Online Global-Regional air quality modeling using MUSICA - Case study of India Behrooz Roozitalab
Representing Asia Summer Monsoon using Regional Refinement with MUSICA Jun Zhang
Coupling the Mechanism of Intermediate complexity for Modeling Iron (MIMI v1.0) to CESM-CAM6: results of impacts of human activity on the iron cycle and marine biochemistry Douglas Hamilton