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2009 Meeting - Meteorological Modeling Applications for Chemical Transport Models

10th Annual Ad-Hoc Meteorological Modelers Meeting
June 25-26, 2009
Boulder, Colorado
NCAR Foothills Laboratory, Building FL0, Room 2108

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Attendee List 

Day 1

Meteorological modeling performance guidelines to replace old standards; D. McNally, Alpine GeoPhysics

Horizontal diffusivity at fine resolution / Vertical transport issues with terrain; C. Emery, ENVIRON

Dynamical Downscaling Developing a Model Framework for WRF for Future GCM Downscaling; J. Bowden, U.S. EPA

Discussion related to eastern U.S. meteorological modeling collaborative effort for 2007 WRF simulations; D. Brown, Iowa DNR

Comparison of MM5 Winds to Estes Park radar profiler & MM5 HYSPLIT back trajectories for source attribution; K. Gebhart, CIRA

An Evaluation of CMAQ estimated PM2.5 and ozone using MM5 and WRF inputs for the Western United States; K. Baker, U.S. EPA


Day 2

Preparation of meteorological inputs to the air quality model for the South Coast Air Basin; Satoru Mitsutomi, South Coast AQMD

Pleim-Xiu LSM, ACM2 PBL in WRF-ARW for Retrospectiive Air Quality Applications: Past, Present and Future; Rob Gilliam, U.S. EPA

Development of a processor to translate MM5 and WRF for CALPUFF input; Chris Emery, ENVIRON


Meteorological modeling for long range tracer studies; Bret Anderson, U.S. EPA


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