WRF Large-eddy Simulations of chemical tracer deposition and seeding effect over complex terrain from ground- and aircraft-based AgI generators

@inproceedings{Xue2017WRFLS,
  title={WRF Large-eddy Simulations of chemical tracer deposition and seeding effect over complex terrain from ground- and aircraft-based AgI generators},
  author={Lulin Xue and Ross Edwards and Arlen W. Huggins and Xiaofeng Lou and Roy Martin Rasmussen and Sarah Anne Tessendorf and Pat Holbrook and Derek R Blestrud and Melvin L. Kunkel and Brandal Glenn and Shaun Parkinson},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract Two ground-based and two airborne cloud seeding events between 2003 and 2005 from a trace chemistry field experiment conducted by the Desert Research Institute (DRI) in the Payette river basin of Idaho are simulated by the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model in Large Eddy Simulation (LES) mode with a grid spacing of 667-m using the recently developed Wintertime silver iodide ( AgI ) Seeding Parameterization (WASP, Xue et al., 2013a,b ). The WASP in WRF was specifically… CONTINUE READING

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