[unav_all] Session on Meteorological

John Braun braunj at ucar.edu
Thu Jul 31 11:44:50 MDT 2014


I would like to call your attention to the upcoming session at the Fall AGU
in San Francisco.

*Climate and Meteorological Studies Employing Ground-based GNSS/GPS

*Session ID#: *3058
Session Description:
This session invites submissions employing ground-based GNSS/GPS techniques
for climate and meteorological studies. GNSS/GPS techniques provide
all-weather, high frequency precipitable water vapor with no long-term
instrument drift, ideal for both climate and meteorological studies on many
temporal scales. Applicable topics include observations/measurements
utilizing these techniques addressing: large-scale temporal and spatial
variability and trends in water vapor fields, in addition to variability
for both fair weather as well as perturbed weather associated with frontal
activity and/or deep convection. Of particular interest are observations
from meteorological field campaigns, intensive observational periods,
3D/tomography techniques, and assimilation of GNSS/GPS data into numerical
weather prediction models. Contributions pertaining to the deployment of
GNSS meteorological networks, short and long-term, in developing nations
are encouraged.

I hope to see you in San Francisco.

-Dave Adams, Yolande Serra, John Braun

John J. Braun, Ph.D.
         phone:  303.497.8018
Project Scientist
               cell:  303.720.9723
COSMIC Program
   email:  braunj at ucar.edu

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
P.O. Box 3000
Boulder, CO 80307, USA

urls: www.cosmic.ucar.edu, www.suominet.ucar.edu
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