In both climate modelling and numerical weather prediction, numerical models of the Earth System are used extensively. For the both the atmosphere and ocean such models consist of a fluid dynamics solver (dynamical core) coupled to physics parameterizations to represent processes that occur below the grid scale (physics). Over time these models have become capable of sophisticated simulations, incorporating such features as multi-scale prediction, structure-preserving discretization and a detailed treatment of physics. New work is constantly being undertaken to improve the accuracy and efficiency of these models, both the dynamical core and the physics.

This session encompasses the development, testing and application of novel numerical techniques for Earth system models, including new discretizations, test cases, advection schemes, vertical discretizations, adaptive multi-scale models, physics-dynamics coupling, global and regional climate and NWP models, structure-preserving discretizations and parameterizations (that are not covered in other sessions).

Co-organized as BG1.62/CL5.08/NP1.3/OS4.23
Convener: Christopher Eldred | Co-conveners: Werner Bauer, Christiane Jablonowski, Christian Kühnlein
| Thu, 11 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Room 0.60
| Attendance Thu, 11 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X5

Attendance time: Thursday, 11 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X5

Chairperson: Werner Bauer and Christopher Eldred
X5.443 |
FVM: A nonhydrostatic finite-volume dynamical core for the IFS
Christian Kühnlein and Piotr Smolarkiewicz
X5.444 |
Willem Huiskamp, Stefan Rahmstorf, and Stefan Petri
X5.446 |
3-D forward of semi-airborne transient electromagnetic using finite-volume method
Lifeng Mao and Xuben Wang
X5.447 |
Christopher Eldred, Thomas Dubos, and Francois Gay-Balmaz
X5.448 |
Dom Heinzeller, Ligia Bernardet, Grant Firl, Laurie Carson, Julie Schramm, Man Zhang, Jimy Dudhia, Dave Gill, Michael Duda, Steve Goldhaber, Cheryl Craig, Francis Vitt, and Mariana Vertenstein
X5.449 |
Jürgen Helmert, Katherine Silverthorne Osterried, Luis Kornblueh, Jean-Marie Bettems, Dmitrii Mironov, and Axel Seifert
X5.450 |
Improved numerical solvers for coupled chemistry-climate model simulations
Emre Esenturk
X5.451 |
Libor Šachl and Zdeněk Martinec
X5.452 |
Peter Lynch and Eoghan Harney