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Title: Constraints on the Parameterization of Convective Cloud Systems from Analyses of ARM Observations and Models

Abstract

Anthony D. Del Genio has served as principal investigator since the inception of ASR in 2009 as co-chair of the Cloud Lifecycle Working Group (CLWG) and in connection with that as a member of the ASR Science and Infrastructure Steering Committee. In this role he has been intimately involved with oversight of existing and proposed ASR Focus Groups (Vertical Velocity, QUICR, Ice Properties) and thematic interest groups (Mesoscale Organized Convection, Warm Low Clouds, Mixed-Phase Clouds, MJO, Entrainment) whose activities fall under the purview of CLWG. The PI actively participates himself in the Mesoscale Organized Convection and MJO groups, is a Co-Investigator on two successfully implemented IOPs (AMIE, MC3E), and was an unfunded Collaborator on the recently completed FASTER project at BNL under the DOE Modeling Program. The PI has also spent thepast three years as a member of the ARM Science Board, which reviews proposals to conduct IOPs at the permanent ARM sites and to deploy the ARM Mobile Facilities. Finally, the PI was a participant in the first ARM-European workshop in 2012 that eventually led to the creation of the SGP supersite concept. This report includes an annotated list of published research results.

Authors:
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  1. NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, New York, NY (United States)
Publication Date:
Research Org.:
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE Office of Science (SC)
OSTI Identifier:
1616578
Report Number(s):
SC0006893
DOE Contract Number:  
SC0006893
Resource Type:
Technical Report
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English

Citation Formats

Del Genio, Anthony D. Constraints on the Parameterization of Convective Cloud Systems from Analyses of ARM Observations and Models. United States: N. p., 2020. Web. doi:10.2172/1616578.
Del Genio, Anthony D. Constraints on the Parameterization of Convective Cloud Systems from Analyses of ARM Observations and Models. United States. doi:10.2172/1616578.
Del Genio, Anthony D. Thu . "Constraints on the Parameterization of Convective Cloud Systems from Analyses of ARM Observations and Models". United States. doi:10.2172/1616578. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1616578.
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title = {Constraints on the Parameterization of Convective Cloud Systems from Analyses of ARM Observations and Models},
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abstractNote = {Anthony D. Del Genio has served as principal investigator since the inception of ASR in 2009 as co-chair of the Cloud Lifecycle Working Group (CLWG) and in connection with that as a member of the ASR Science and Infrastructure Steering Committee. In this role he has been intimately involved with oversight of existing and proposed ASR Focus Groups (Vertical Velocity, QUICR, Ice Properties) and thematic interest groups (Mesoscale Organized Convection, Warm Low Clouds, Mixed-Phase Clouds, MJO, Entrainment) whose activities fall under the purview of CLWG. The PI actively participates himself in the Mesoscale Organized Convection and MJO groups, is a Co-Investigator on two successfully implemented IOPs (AMIE, MC3E), and was an unfunded Collaborator on the recently completed FASTER project at BNL under the DOE Modeling Program. The PI has also spent thepast three years as a member of the ARM Science Board, which reviews proposals to conduct IOPs at the permanent ARM sites and to deploy the ARM Mobile Facilities. Finally, the PI was a participant in the first ARM-European workshop in 2012 that eventually led to the creation of the SGP supersite concept. This report includes an annotated list of published research results.},
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