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Chave de CitaçãoCalvettiIBNMHGDN:2016:MeNuSi
Autor1 Calvetti, Leonardo
2 Inouye, Rafael Toshio
3 Beneti, Cesar
4 Neundorf, Reverton
5 Maske, Bianca
6 Herdies, Dirceu Luis
7 Gonçalves, Luis Gustavo Gonçalves de
8 Diniz, Fábio Luiz Rodrigues
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Afiliação1 Instituto Tecnológico Simepar
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TítuloMeasurements and Numerical Simulations of Wind Gusts on High-Power Transmission Towers
Nome do EventoInternational Symposium on Nowcasting and Very-short-range Forecast, 4 (WSN)
Ano2016
Data25-29 July
Localização do EventoHong Kong
ResumoSince high-power transmission towers has been systematically blown down by wind gust during strong storms, sonic anemometers were installed in four towers in the west of Parana State, southern Brazil, to investigate the dynamic characteristics of these winds and their relationship with the storms. In three towers, sonic anemometers were installed in three levels, 10m, 20m and 30m. In another tower it was installed an additional sensor at 44m. The towers were located within a 60km radius distance of the dual-polarization S-band weather radar operated by the Meteorological System of Parana State (Simepar). High-resolution simulations (3 km) using WRF/NCAR MARS (Model Rapid Assimilation of Simepar) and 3DVAR data assimilation of radar reflectivity and radial velocity were performed for strong and moderate convection events. The assimilation module of MARS runs under a rapid updated cycle with radar data input every 15 minutes. Lateral boundary conditions were updated every hour using a 9km-grid WRF model named CAR, from the Center for Weather Forecasting and Climate Research of the National Institute for Spatial Research of Brazil (Cptec/Inpe). CAR is a WRF-based model that runs with GFS lateral boundary conditions and with an assimilation of satellite radiances, surface data and sounding observations in South America. The investigation shows that in some events, it was possible to verify a qualitative association between weak reflectivity signals and moderate (10 to 15 ms-1) gust measurements. High wind peaks (20 27 ms-1) were correlated with strong long-lived squall lines and severe convection associated with cold fronts. Although supercells have been observed in the region, they were not registered in any occurrence over the campaign area. Another interesting result found in the campaign was that during events with strong gusts (greater than 15 ms-1) the vertical structure of the wind becomes linear, probably due to the propagation of the gust fronts. Therefore, while the average wind profile has a exponential shape, during the storms the profile shift to linear with similar values from the 10m up to 44m level. The model has proven to be a useful tool to simulate the storms, but it cannot properly solve the observed intensity of the wind gusts. Better results were found increasing the horizontal resolution (up to 1km), vertical resolution (up to 60 levels) and time-step (up to 30s). Even with an assimilation cycle, the simulations showed a high-dependency with the position of the phenomena in the GFS initial conditions, indicating that if the analysis cycle does not indicate a correct location of a cold front or small troughs, the WRF cannot correct the position. The results of this research will be presented in this conference.
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Chave de CitaçãoCoeSMPSCMMMPRKMCGAWMDHAHSRDTJLMBMSBOMDFMJLHLFFFRBALBR:2016:PrImBi
Autor 1 Coe, Hugh
 2 Stich, Stephen
 3 Mercado, Lina
 4 Pacifico, Federico
 5 Spracklen, Dom
 6 Carslaw, Ken
 7 Mann, Graham
 8 Marsham, John
 9 McQuaid, Jim
10 Parker, Doug
11 Reddington, Carly
12 Kolusu, Seshu
13 McFiggans, Gordon
14 Connolly, Paul
15 Gallagher, Martin
16 Allan, James
17 Williams, Paul
18 Morgan, Will
19 Darbyshire, Eoghan
20 Hodgson, Amy
21 Archer-Nicholls, Scott
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23 Shaffrey, Len
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33 Brooke, Jenn
34 O'Sullivan, Debbie
35 Mulcahy, Jane
36 Dunning, Caroline
37 Field, Paul
38 Milton, Sean
39 Jones, Chris
40 Lee, James
41 Hopkins, Jim
42 Lewis, Ally
43 Freitas, Karla Maria Longo de
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45 Fisch, Gilberto Fernando
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TítuloProperties and impacts of biomass burning aerosol over the Amazon region – a summary of the South American Biomass Burning Analyses (SAMBBA) project
Nome do EventoIGAC Science Conference
Ano2016
Data26-30 Sept.
Localização do EventoColorado, USA
ResumoBiomass burning from wildfires is one of the largest sources of absorbing and organic aerosol on the planet.  It has a significant influence on cloud properties and makes a substantial contribution to the radiation balance of the atmosphere on continental scales.  Such perturbations have an effect on regional weather and climate and can influence net growth of the biosphere.  Despite the importance of these effects across continental regions such as Amazonia, there are considerable gaps in our knowledge that limit accurate prediction.  These result from: inaccurate prediction of optical properties from the physical and chemical properties of biomass burning aerosol; uncertainty over the controls on the aerosol distribution throughout the atmosphere resulting from emissions and dispersion of large plumes; the inability of regional and global models to represent the measured atmospheric burden across major regions of burning without significant moderation of emissions; recent changes in burning practices that significantly alter the optical properties and spatial extent of biomass burning aerosol; shortcomings in model representations of absorbing aerosol that limit our understanding of aerosolcloud-precipitation feedbacks; and the complexity of capturing the net response of the biosphere to the competing stimuli of reduced radiation, increased fraction of scattered light, and increased ozone resulting from biomass burning.  During 2012 a major experimental study to investigate biomass burning across the southern margins of Amazonia took place.  We present the major results from this joint Brazil-UK programme, which involved a large research aircraft the UK Atmospheric Research Aircraft (FAAM) and a number of ground-based measurement sites, and utilised a range of regional and climate models.  We demonstrate how this study has been able to address or constrain the process uncertainties discussed above, advance methods to capture feedbacks and quantify their magnitude, and summarise the remaining outstanding research questions.
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Chave de CitaçãoNobreAlEnFiKuCa:2016:RaFlBr
Autor1 Nobre, Paulo
2 Alvim, Débora Souza
3 Enore, Diego Pereira
4 Figueroa, Silvio Nilo
5 Kubota, Paulo Yoshio
6 Capistrano, Vinicius Buscioli
Identificador de Curriculo1 8JMKD3MGP5W/3C9JJ3B
Grupo1 DMD-CPT-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
2 DMD-CPT-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
3 DOP-CPT-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
4 DMD-CPT-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
5 DMD-CPT-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
6 MET-MET-SPG-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
Afiliação1 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
2 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
3 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
4 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
5 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
6 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
Endereço de e-Mail do Autor1 paulo.nobre@cptec.inpe.br
2 deborasalvim@gmail.com
3 diego.enore@inpe.br
4 nilo.figueroa@inpe.br
5 paulo.kubota@inpe.br
TítuloRadiation fluxes in the Brazilian Global Atmospheric Model using CLIRAD and RRTMG radiation schemes
Nome do EventoCAS-TWAS-WMO Forum on Climate Science, 15. (CTWF); Internacional Symposium on Atmospheric Aerosol; AeroSAT Workshops, 4.
Ano2016
Data19-24 Sept.
Localização do EventoBeijin, China
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Chave de CitaçãoVendrascoHerd:2016:EvDiIn
Autor1 Vendrasco, Eder Paulo
2 Herdies, Dirceu Luis
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2 8JMKD3MGP5W/3C9JGTU
Grupo1 DMD-CPT-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
2 DMD-CPT-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
Afiliação1 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
2 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
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TítuloEvaluation of the direct and indirect assimilation of radar reflectivity using the WRFDA 3D-Var
Nome do EventoAMS Annual Meeting, 96
Ano2016
Título do LivroPosters
Data10-14 jan.
Localização do EventoNew Orleans, Louisiana
ResumoIt is known that developments have being made in the concern of radar data assimilation and many studies point out some improvements on the quantitative precipitation forecast. However, it is not clear whether the most common way of assimilating reflectivity, i.e., directly as a control variable, is the best choice. We have made experiments using the Weather Research Forecasting model three-dimensional data assimilation system (WRFDA 3D-Var) over Brazil and we have found that the improvement achieved when using the direct assimilation is short-lived. Besides that, there are some works which point out this problem and suggest that the best way of assimilating reflectivity is indirectly through the assimilation of rainwater mixing ratio obtained from reflectivity. It would avoid problems related to the linearization of the reflectivity-rainwater mixing ratio relationship (Z-qr) that is needed in the incremental formulation used in WRFDA 3D-Var. Therefore, the aim of this work was to perform experiments over a specific region in Brazil to evaluate whether the indirect assimilation of reflectivity outperform the results obtained using the direct assimilation. It was chosen six cases of precipitation and 3 experiments for each case were performed. The three experiments were: i) a control without any radar data assimilation; ii) using direct assimilation and; iii) indirect assimilation of reflectivity. Radial velocity was assimilated in both cases. The Fractional Skill Score (FSS) and the Root Mean Square Error (RMSE) were used to compare quantitatively the performance of each experiment against observations. The results have shown that the indirect assimilation can produce better QPF than the one where reflectivity is assimilated directly and the improvement tends to last longer.
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