9-14 October, Kyoto, Japan
Registration deadline:7 July 2017
Abstract Decision: 14 July 2017
The objective of the joint SPARC Dynamics & Observations Workshop is to gather researchers to better understand the processes and patterns coupling the tropical troposphere, stratosphere and beyond.
Focus will be on the interplay between large-scale phenomena such as the Madden Julian Oscillation, monsoons, tropical cyclones and the Quasi-Biennial Oscillation, their association with moist convection and its large-scale organisation, as well as their representation within simple and complex models.
The main activities of the joint meeting will include:
- Reporting results from the joint model experiments and analyses that were planned at the 2015 & 2016 SPARC QBOi workshops;
- Exploring opportunities for improved awareness, dissemination and exploitation of existing networks of high resolution radiosonde data; and
- Further the science of stratosphere-troposphere coupling within the tropics.
The Workshop will be held from 9-14 October 2017 in the Maskawa Building for Education and Research at Kyoto University.
The Workshop is an joint between the SPARC QBOi (Quasi-Biennial Oscillation Initiative), FISAPS (Fine Scale Atmospheric Processes and Structures), and SATIO-TCS (Stratospheric And Tropospheric Influences On Tropical Convective Systems) activities.
James Anstey, Neal Butchart, Marv Geller, Kevin Hamilton, Scott Osprey, Shigeo Yoden
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