SENSITIVITY OF WRF / CHEM PREDICTIONS TO METEOROLOGICAL SCHEMES

@inproceedings{Misenis2005SENSITIVITYOW,
  title={SENSITIVITY OF WRF / CHEM PREDICTIONS TO METEOROLOGICAL SCHEMES},
  author={Chris Misenis and Xiaoming Hu and Srinath Krishnan and Yang Zhang},
  year={2005}
}
Three-dimensional (3-D) atmospheric models are an important tool in studying meteorological variables and their impacts on chemical species. Understanding the effects of meteorological parameterizations on meteorological and chemical predictions of 3-D models is necessary to the use of appropriate parameterizations for simulating different episodes. Performance of these schemes may vary from episode to episode, and may be highly dependent upon the horizontal grid spacing and time resolution… CONTINUE READING

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