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Call for abstracts European Meteorological Soc Annual Meeting Session OSA1.7 The Weather Research and Forecasting Model

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Dear colleagues

We like to draw your attention to the EMS Annual Meeting (3-10 September 2021, online, ).

A WRF-dedicated session, to bring the WRF community together to share and discuss research results and model developments is organized:

OSA1.7:The Weather Research and Forecasting Model (WRF): Development, Research and Applications

The Weather Research and Forecasting model (WRF) is a widely used high-resolution meteorological model for operational weather forecasting, fundamental and applied research in meteorology, air quality, wind energy engineering, and consultancy studies. Its user’s community consists of universities, weather forecasters, and consultancy agencies world-wide. The goal of this session is to create a European forum to discuss research results concerning all aspects of the WRF modelling framework.
Papers are invited on:
• Initialization, and meteorological and land surface boundary conditions.
• Numerical and grid spacing aspects
• Studies concerning data assimilation.
• Development of physical parameterization schemes.
• Model evaluation and validation against a broad range of available observations.
• Future WRF development.
• Tailored WRF versions, e.g. polar WRF, WRF-LES, WRF-Chem, H-WRF, the WRF single-column model
• WRF applications in weather forecasting, air quality studies, wind energy engineering.
• Regional climate studies
• Mesoscale meteorological phenomena studied with WRF.

Abstracts for this session can be submitted via this link: . Note that the EMS deadline for abstract submission is 16 April 2021.

Please forward this announcement to possibly interested parties!

Kind regards,

Gert-Jan Steeneveld, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
Hugo Hartmann, DTN, The Netherlands
Arianna Valmassoi, University of Bonn, Germany