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Fifth WMO Workshop on the
Impact of Various Observing Systems on Numerical Weather Prediction

Sedona, Arizona (USA)
22 -25 May 2012

Welcome and Opening Remarks

         
Tuesday, 22 May 2012, morning
           
Opening statement 

Session 1
Global Forecast Impact Studies

         
Tuesday, 22 May 2012, morning
            Session 1a - Co-chairs: Florence Rabier and Ron Gelaro 
1a (1)  
1a (2)  
1a (3)  
1a (4)  
1a (5)  
1a (6)  
         
Tuesday, 22 May 2012, afternoon
            Session 1b - Co-chairs: Florence Rabier and Ron Gelaro 
1b (1)  
1b (2)
Use and impact of GPS radio occultation data in GRAPES
Yan Liu, China Meteorological Administration
 
1b (3)  
1b (4)  
1b (5)  
1b (6)  
1b (7)  
         

Session 2
Regional Forecast Impact Studies

         
Wednesday, 23 May 2012, morning
            Session 2a - Co-chairs: John Eyre and Yoshiako Sato 
2a (1)  
2a (2)
Global and regional impact studies at JMA
Yoshiaki Sato, Japan Meteorological Agency
 
2a (3)  
2a (4)  
2a (5)  
2a (6)  
2a (7)  
         
Wednesday, 23 May 2012, afternoon
            Session 2b - Co-chairs: John Eyre and Yoshiako Sato 
2b (1)
Evaluation of data impact in the mesoscale AROME 3D-Var system at Météo-France
Jean-François Mahfouf, Météo-France/ CRNS, CNRM/GAME, GMAP      

2b (2)
Observing system impact studies in ACCESS
Chris Tingwell, Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research
 
2b (3)
Impact of AMDAR aircraft observations
Ralph Petersen, University of Wisconsin
 
2b (4)  
 

Session 3
Specific Scientific Areas (including Network Design)

         
Wednesday, 23 May 2012, evening
            Session 3a - Co-chairs: Carla Cardinali and Lars-Peter Riishojgaard 
3a (1)
Targeted observations for improving Numerical Weather Prediction: An overview
Sharan Majumdar, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami
 
3a (2)  
         
Thursday, 24 May 2012, morning
            Session 3b - Co-chairs: Carla Cardinali and Lars-Peter Riishojgaard
3b (1)  
3b (2)  
3b (3)  
3b (4)
Estimation of linear observation impact and its applications
Toshiuki Ishibashi, Japan Meteorological Agency
 
3b (5)  
3b (6)  
3b (7)  
3b (8)  
3b (9)  
         
Thursday, 24 May 2012, afternoon
            Session 3b - Co-chairs: Carla Cardinali and Lars-Peter Riishojgaard
3c (1)  
3c (2)  
3c (3)
Opportunities and challenges in designing a reference upper-air network in support of NWP
Junghong Wang, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
 
3c (4)  
3c (5)
Satellite winds
Jaime Daniels, NOAA
 

Session 4
Workshop Conclusions

         
Friday, 25 May 2012, morning
            Session 4 -
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Note: Associated to this workshop, a Data Buoy Cooperation Panel (DBCP) workshop in the impact of sea level pressure observations from drifters was also organized in Sedona on 21 May 2012. The presentations made at the DBCP workshop, and the workshop's report are available from here.

 

 

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