FORCING OF THE NCEP NOAH LAND SURFACE MODEL WITH OBSERVATIONS FROM THE OASIS NETWORK

@inproceedings{Morris2008FORCINGOT,
  title={FORCING OF THE NCEP NOAH LAND SURFACE MODEL WITH OBSERVATIONS FROM THE OASIS NETWORK},
  author={Michael Patrick Morris and Jeffrey B. Basara and Josh B. Benefield},
  year={2008}
}
Numerical weather prediction models require a vast array of procedures to accurately reproduce the spectrum of processes which determine the state of the atmosphere. The temporal and spatial variability of near-surface temperature and humidity are primarily quantified by land surface models (LSMs) which represent the energy exchange between the surface and the lower atmosphere. Errors in the partitioning of latent and sensible heat fluxes can impact the timing of convective initiation, strength… CONTINUE READING

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