The Meso-NH Atmospheric Simulation System . Part I : adiabatic formulation and control simulations

@inproceedings{Lafore1997TheMA,
  title={The Meso-NH Atmospheric Simulation System . Part I : adiabatic formulation and control simulations},
  author={J. P. Lafore and Jo{\"e}l Stein and Nicole Asencio and P. Bougeault and Veronique Ducrocq and Julio Dur{\'o}n and Claus Fischer and P. He{\^A} reil and P. Mascart and V{\'e}ronique Masson and Jean-Pierre Pinty and Jean-Luc Redelsperger and Evelyne Richard and J. Vila{\'A}-Guerau de Arellano},
  year={1997}
}
The Meso-NH Atmospheric Simulation System is a joint e€ort of the Centre National de Recherches Me te orologiques and Laboratoire d'Ae rologie. It comprises several elements; a numerical model able to simulate the atmospheric motions, ranging from the large meso-alpha scale down to the micro-scale, with a comprehensive physical package, a ̄exible ®le manager, an ensemble of facilities to prepare initial states, either idealized or interpolated from meteorological analyses or forecasts, a… CONTINUE READING
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