UCP2019 - Conference output

A big thank you to all the participants of the UCP2019 conference!

With more than 70 talks and 120 poster presentations the conference was a great success.
The presentations schowed a rich diversity of approaches, from laboratory studies, storm resolving and large-eddy resolving simulations, large-scale modelling studies, simple conceptual models, but also new observational networks  and observational programmes that are integrating community efforts.
The presentations will be available at the conference homepage soon.

NEWS

Cloud dynamics play an essential role in meteorology. With the increase of computational power and due to the recent advances in cloud modeling,...

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The HD(CP)² and HErZ members Daniel Klocke, Matthias Brueck, Cathy Hohenegger and Bjorn Stevens recently published an article on new storm-resolving...

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The Paris Agreement was an important milestone for climate research: research has provided the knowledge basis and now plays a crucial role in...

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In September 2017, it was halftime for the HD(CP)² project and thus it was time for midterm meetings of all S projects. These meetings took place at...

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The Land-Atmosphere Feedback Experiment (LAFE) will deploy several state-of-the-art scanning lidar and remote sensing systems to the ARM Climate...

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The ICON-LEM is used for hindcast simulations of various weather situations, ranging from heavy precipitation events to cloudless sky. There are now...

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The "HD(CP)² Observational Prototype Experiment" (HOPE) was executed as a major 2-month field experiment in Jülich, Germany, performed in April and...

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Links and Opportunities

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Free access to all observational data - a milestone within HD(CP)²!

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New year - new simulations! HD(CP)² members have started working on simulations with the ICON-LEM for the North Atlantic.

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