A comprehensive meteorological modeling system—RAMS

@article{Pielke1992ACM,
  title={A comprehensive meteorological modeling system—RAMS},
  author={Roger A. Pielke and William Cotton and Robert L. Walko and Craig J. Tremback and Walter A. Lyons and Lewis D. Grasso and Melville E. Nicholls and Michael D. Moran and Douglas Alan Wesley and T. J. Lee and Jeffrey H. Copeland},
  journal={Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics},
  year={1992},
  volume={49},
  pages={69-91}
}
SummaryThis paper presents a range of applications of the Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (RAMS), a comprehensive mesoscale meterological modeling system. Applications discussed in this paper include large eddy simulations (LES) and simulations of thunderstorms, cumulus fields, mesoscale convective systems, mid-latitude cirrus clouds, winter storms, mechanically- and thermally-forced mesoscale systems, and mesoscale atmospheric disperision. A summary of current RAMS options is also… 
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