VI Convection-Permitting Climate Modeling Workshop

7-9 September 2022, C. A. Buenos Aires, Argentina

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    Wednesday 7th


  • 08:30-09:00 : WELCOME / REGITRATION


  • 09:00-09:30 : WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

  • 09:30-10:30: Discussion Panel 1 How can CPM modeling contribute to climate services in South America?

    • Celeste Saulo: Title not provided yet abstract
    • Matilde Rusticucci: Title not provided yet abstract

  • 10:30-11:00 : COFFEE BREAK

  • 11:00-12:30: Discussion Panel 2 Best practices in constructing regional climate change information

  • Chairs: Roy Rasmussen, Andreas Prein
    • Elizabeth Kendon: Providing improved quantitative estimates of future changes in local weather extremes. abstract
    • Alex Hall: What is the best dynamical downscaling method to project future regional climate change? abstract
    • Lai-yung Ruby Leung: Title not provided yet abstract
    • Anna Sörensson: Constructing regional climate information relevant for risk assessments and decision making: Insights from IPCC AR6 WGI abstract
    • Aiguo Dai: Title not provided yet abstract

  • 12:30-13:30 : LUNCH

  • 13:30-14:30: Discussion Panel 3 Data archive and access challenges

    • Malcolm Roberts: PRIMAVERA's use of the JASMIN super-data-cluster for the analysis of high-resolution multi-model climate datasets abstract
    • Guillaume Levavasseur: A national multi-model analysis platform for climate analytics and services abstract
    • Philip Kershaw: ESGF, a Globally Distributed Software Infrastructure to Address the Challenges of Data Management, Access and Analysis for High Volume Climate Model Data abstract
  • 14:30-15:00: Keynote 4.What to learn from forecasting?

    • Linda Schlemmer: Kilometer-scale NWP: a challenge to glory abstract

  • 15:00-15:30 : COFFEE BREAK

  • 15:30-16:30 1: The added value of convection-permitting climate simulations


    • 15:30-15:45 Stefan Sobolowski, Erika Coppola and the FPSCONV team: Highlight findings from the WCRP CORDEX Flagship Pilot Study on Convection over Europe and Mediterranean (FPSCONV) abstract
    • 15:45-16:00 Marcia T Zilli and Neil C. G. Hart: Improvements in simulating tropical-extratropical cloud bands over South America by using convective-permitting models. abstract
    • 16:00-16:15 Jan Polcher: Land surface processes on Convection-Permitting Climate Modelling abstract
    • 16:15-16:30 Ernani de Lima Nascimento: Cold pools, mesohighs, and severe wind gusts: opportunities to assess the South American climatology of intense convectively-induced surface features with a convection-permitting regional climate simulation. abstract

  • 16:30-17:30 : POSTER SESSION


  • 17:30-18:30 : ICE BREAKER


  • Thursday 8th

  • 09:00-10:30: Discussion Panel 5 What are unique topics that we have to simulate in CPM models that are not relevant in NWP

    • Bodo Ahrens: Ocean-Atmosphere Regional Climate Modeling Systems: Pros and Cons abstract
    • Francina Dominguez: The Importance of Water Below Ground in Convection Permitting Models for Climate Simulations abstract
    • Jhan Carlo Espinoza: Title not provided yet abstract
    • Wojtek Gabowsky: Daytime convective development over land: the role of surface forcing abstract
    • Jan Polcher: Title not provided yet abstract
    • Mariano Masiokas: Title not provided yet abstract

  • 10:30-11:00 : COFFEE BREAK

  • 11:00-12:30 2: South American high resolution modeling research activities


    • 11:00-11:15 Clémentine Junquas, M.B. Heredia, T. Condom, J.C. Ruiz-Hernandez, L. Campozano, J. Dudhia, J.C. Espinoza, M. Menegoz, A. Rabatel and J. E. Sicart: Regional climate modeling of the diurnal cycle of precipitation over an equatorial Andean glacier region (Antizana, Ecuador) abstract
    • 11:15-11:30 Sebastián Gómez-Ríos, K. Santiago Hernández, Juan J. Henao, Vanessa Robledo, Alvaro Ramírez, Jimmy Flórez, Sara Lorduy, David Ortega and Angela M. Rendón: Influence of regional processes in convection over an inter-Andean valley in Colombia abstract
    • 11:30-11:45 Chiara De Falco, Priscilla Mooney and Jerry Tjiputra: The impact of convective permitting resolution in a coupled regional ocean-atmosphere model of the Eastern Tropical Pacific abstract
    • 11:45-12:00 Moira Doyle, Gonzalo Díaz, María Laura Bettolli, Silvina A. Solman, Laura Chavez, Rocío Balmaceda Huarte, Josefina Blazquez, Rosmeri Porfirio da Rocha, Marta Llopart and J. Milovac: Impact of using precipitation from convection permitting models on the simulated Uruguay River streamflow abstract
    • 12:00-12:15 Erin Potter: An Evaluation of High-Resolution Model Simulation Variations of Orographic Precipitation and Snowpack in the Southern Andes abstract
    • 12:15-12:30 Lourdes Mendoza Fierro, Christopher L. Castro, Hsin-I Chang, Rodrigo Valdés-Pineda and Christoforus Bayu Risanto: Evaluating Extreme Precipitation Forecasts using Convective-Permitting Modeling in Tarapacá Region, Chile abstract

  • 12:30-13:30 : LUNCH

  • 13:30-14:15: Keynote 6.Kilometer-resolution climate modelling over the tropical and sub-tropical Atlantic

    • Christopher Schär: Kilometer-resolution climate modelling over the tropical and sub-tropical Atlantic abstract

    14:15-15:00 3: Towards global convection-permitting modeling


    • 14:15-14:30 Lorenzo Tomassini, Martin Willett, Alistair Sellar, Adrian Lock, David Walters, Claudio Sanchez, Julian Heming, Charmaine Franklin and Catherine Senior: Towards a convection-permitting global configuration of the Met Office Unified Model abstract
    • 14:30-14:45 Stefano Ubbiali, Till Ehrengruber, Enrique González Paredes, Nicolai Krieger, Christian Kühnlein, Lukas Papritz, Hannes Vogt and Heini Wernli: Towards a Python-Based Performance-Portable Finite-Volume Dynamical Core for Numerical Weather Prediction abstract
    • 14:45-15:00 Hans Segura, Cathy Hohenegger, Christian Wengel and Bjorn Stevens: Advantages of global storm resolving models in representing seasonal characteristics of tropical precipitation abstract

  • 15:00-16:00 : POSTER SESSION


  • 16:00-16:30 : COFFEE BREAK

  • 16:30-17:30: Discussion Panel 7 What are some of the unique contributions that the CPM community can make to the next IPCC report?

    • Paola A. Arias: The Sixth Assessment Report of the IPCC: gaps and opportunities for the next cycle abstract
    • Alejandro Di Luca: Title not provided yet abstract
    • Hiroaki Kawase: Contributions of CPM to evaluate the impact of historical warming on recent extreme events in Japan abstract

    17:30-18:00 4: Event-based storyline approaches to climate change


    • 17:30-17:45 Miguel Lagos-Zúñiga, Deniz Bozkurt and Roberto Rondanelli: Sensitivity of convective precipitation to warming in the extratropical Andes abstract
    • 17:45-18:00 Chelsea Parker, Priscilla Mooney, Melinda Webster and Linette Boisvert: Examining the Effect of Climate Change on Arctic Cyclone Behavior in a Regional Climate Framework abstract

    Friday 9th

  • 9:00-10:00: Discussion Panel 8 CP and impact studies and policy making

    • Jason P. Evans: Performing Convection Permitting simulations to address policy makers questions abstract
    • Silvina A. Solman: Title not provided yet abstract
    • Chris Lennard: Developing capacity for southern countries to engage in convection permitting modelling abstract

    10:00-10:30 5: Mechanisms of extreme events by using very high resolution model


    • 10:00-10:15 Erin M. Dougherty, Andreas F. Prein, Ethan D. Gutmann and Andrew J. Newman: Future Mesoscale Convective System Rainfall Related to Changes in Convective and Stratiform Structure abstract
    • 10:15-10:30 J. Alejandro Martinez, Paola A. Arias, Francina Dominguez and Andreas F. Prein: A Mesoscale Convective System over the tropical Andes: role of the Orinoco Low-level Jet and PBL schemes abstract

  • 10:30-11:00 : COFFEE BREAK

  • 11:00-12:30 6: South America community efforts


    • 11:00-11:15 Peter J. van Oevelen: WRCP - GEWEX abstract
    • 11:15-11:30 Mariano Masiokas: ANDEX abstract
    • 11:30-11:45 Roy Rasmussen: NCAR SAAG abstract
    • 11:45-12:00 María Laura Bettolli: CORDEX FPS South America abstract
    • 12:00-12:15 Kristen Rasmussen: RELAMPAGO – CACTI abstract
    • 12:15-12:30 Alex Hall: Discussion abstract

  • 12:30-13:30 : LUNCH


  • 13:30-14:30 : BREAKOUT GROUP


  • 14:30-15:00 : COFFEE BREAK


  • 15:00-16:00 : REPORT BREAKOUT GROUP


  • End of conference


  • List of posters

    Session 1: The added value of convection-permitting climate simulations

    • P.1.1 Divyansh Chug, Francina Dominguez, Christopher Taylor, Cornelia Klein and TBD: Morning Soil Moisture Heterogeneity is Strongly Linked to Daytime Convection over Subtropical South America abstract
    • P.1.2 Dave Rowell and Ségolène Berthou: Fine-scale climate projections: What additional spatial detail is provided by a convection-permitting model? abstract
    • P.1.3 Weiran Liu, Paul Ullrich, Jianfeng Li, Colin Zarzycki, Peter Caldwell, Lai-yung Ruby Leung and Yun Qian: The 2012 North American Derecho: A testbed for evaluating regional and global climate modeling systems at cloud-resolving scales abstract
    • P.1.4 Virginia Edith CORTES-HERNANDEZ, Philippe LUCAS-PICHER, Erwan BRISSON, Gilles BELLON, Cécile Caillaud and Antoinette Alias: Investigating the added value of the Convection Permitting Model CNRM-AROME over the Island of Corsica abstract
    • P.1.5 Aude LEMONSU, Cécile Caillaud, Antoinette Alias, Yann SEITY, Sébastien RIETTE, Benjamin LE ROY, Yohanna MICHAU and Philippe LUCAS-PICHER: What added value of CNRM-AROME convection-permitting regional climate model compared to CNRM-ALADIN regional climate model for urban climate studies ? Evaluation over Paris area (France) abstract
    • P.1.6 Michael Haller, Susanne Brienen, Harald Rybka, Stéphane Haussler, Jennifer Brauch and Barbara Früh: Analyses of added value for heavy rain fall and strong wind in convection-permitting climate simulations over Germany abstract
    • P.1.7 Minh-Truong HA, Sophie Bastin, Philippe Drobinski, Lluís Fita, Olivier Bock and simulations providers: Precipitation frequency in Med-CORDEX and EURO-CORDEX ensembles from 0.44° to convection-permitting resolution: Impact of model resolution and convection representation abstract
    • P.1.8 Silvina A. Solman and Martin Feijoó: A preliminary assessment of convection-permitting simulations over southeastern South America performed with the WRF model abstract
    • P.1.9 Christopher L. Castro, Thang Luong, Christoforus Bayu Risanto, Hsin-I Chang and Ibrahim Hoteit: Trends of convective event climatology in the Arabian Peninsula and forecast opportunity at S2S time scale abstract

    Session 2: Mechanisms of extreme events by using very high resolution model

    • P.2.1 Daniel Argüeso, R. Romero, V. Homar and Andreas F. Prein: Changes in Mediterranean convective storms under climate change conditions abstract
    • P.2.2 Cécile Caillaud, Samuel Somot, Hervé Douville, Antoinette Alias and CORDEX FPS Convection team: Fall Mediterranean Heavy Precipitation Events as seen by a large ensemble of CP-RCM future projections abstract
    • P.2.3 K. Santiago Hernández, Sebastián Gómez-Ríos, Juan J. Henao, Vanessa Robledo, Alvaro Ramírez, Jimmy Flórez, Sara Lourdy, David Ortega and Angela M. Rendón: Mechanisms behind the occurrence of convective systems in Northwestern South America: results from a cloud-resolving simulation abstract
    • P.2.4 J.C. Camacho, J. Alejandro Martinez and Paola A. Arias: Mesoscale Convective Systems in the Colombian Caribbean: Insights from ConvectionPermitting simulations abstract
    • P.2.5 Ségolène Berthou, Malcolm Roberts, Benoît Vannière and EUCP data providers: Convection in future winter storms over Northern Europe abstract
    • P.2.6 Douglas Lima de Bem, Franciano Scremin Puhales and Allan Severo Finger: Analysis of model WRF sensibility on extreme events in the mountains of Rio de Janeiro abstract
    • P.2.7 Daiana Martinez, Silvina A. Solman, Rosmeri Porfirio da Rocha, Jesús Fernández and Martin Feijoó: Characterization of the thermodynamic environment of extreme precipitation events in southeastern South America abstract
    • P.2.8 Andreas F. Prein, Ming Ge, Alexandra Ramos Valle, Dié Wang and Scott Giangrande: The Importance of Grid Spacing in Simulating Organized Convective Storms abstract

    Session 3: Event-based storyline approaches to climate change

    • P.3.1 Margot Bador, Cécile Caillaud, Julien Boé, Antoinette Alias and Samuel Somot: Understanding future changes in extreme precipitation by futurizing observed events: the October 2020 case in South-Eastern France abstract
    • P.3.2 Murilo Ruv Lemes, Gilvan Sampaio, Gilberto Fisch and Lincoln M. Alves: The influence of in the moisture transport from the Amazon Forest to the South America continent abstract
    • P.3.3 Isabel C. Correa, Paola A. Arias and Sara C. Vieira: The climatology of the Orinoco low-level jet in CMIP5/CMIP6 models abstract

    Session 4: South American high resolution modeling research activities

    • P.4.1 Jose Antonio Mantovani, Jose Antonio Aravequia and Gilberto Fisch: ASSESSING PBL PARAMETERIZATION SCHEMES PERFORMANCE OVER THE CENTRAL AMAZON BASIN DURING GOAMAZON2014/5 abstract
    • P.4.2 Kate Halladay, Ron Kahana, Ségolène Berthou and Elizabeth Kendon: Convection-permitting climate simulations for South America: a land-surface perspective (with insights from Europe and Africa) abstract
    • P.4.3 Richard Bassett, Luis Garcia-Carreras, Douglas Lowe, Lincoln M. Alves, Gilberto Fisch, Kate Halladay, Ron Kahana and José Augusto Veiga: Convective-Scale Impacts of Deforestation on Amazonian Rainfall (CIDAR) abstract
    • P.4.4 Luis Eduardo Muñoz, Lenin Campozano, Maylee Iza, Clémentine Junquas, Oscar Chimborazo, Luis Maisincho and Jhan Carlo Espinoza: Evaluating the impact of WRF-3DVAR assimilation for weather forecasting in the Ander: The case of the Antisana glacier in Ecuador abstract
    • P.4.5 Laura Paccini and Bjorn Stevens: Improved representation of Amazon precipitation by organized convection in storm-resolving simulations abstract
    • P.4.6 Milagros Alvarez Imaz, Paola Salio, María Eugenia Dillon, Lluís Fita and Diego Saúl Carrió Carrió: Predictability of a supercell using convection-permitting ensemble simulations in Argentina abstract
    • P.4.7 Alan G. Rosales, Clémentine Junquas, Rosmeri Porfirio da Rocha, Thomas Condom and Jhan Carlo Espinoza: Effects of the regional-local circulation on precipitation development in the tropical Andes (Rio Santa Basin). abstract
    • P.4.8 Josipa Milovac, Kirsten Warrach-Sagi and Jesús Fernández: New Leaf Area Index data for CORDEX FPS-SESA simulations abstract
    • P.4.9 Silvina A. Solman, María Laura Bettolli, D. Carneiro-Rodrigues, M. Doyle, Martin Feijoó, Jesús Fernández, M. Llopart, J. Milovac, Rosmeri Porfirio da Rocha and S. Vianna-Cuadra: The CORDEX FPS-SESA Ensemble convection-permitting simulations: Achievements, challenges and future developments abstract
    • P.4.10 Rodrigo Valdés-Pineda, Christopher L. Castro, Hsin-I Chang, Lourdes Mendoza Fierro and Christoforus Bayu Risanto: Developing a Real-Time Operational Short-range to Sub-seasonal Forecast System to Improve Planning and Mitigation Activities of Extreme Hydroclimatological Events in the Tarapacá Region, Chile abstract

    Session 5: Towards global convection-permitting modeling

    • P.5.1 Sanket Nemichand Teli, Raj Pritam Gupta and Pankaj Kumar: Convection Permitting New Generation ICON Earth System Modeling Framework Over CORDEX South Asia abstract

    Session 6: Co-production of climate impact information based on convective permitting models and observations

    • P.6.1 Morgane Lalonde-Le Pajolec, Alexandre Dulac, Sophie Bastin and Ludovic Oudin: Impact of urbanization on precipitation: a multi-site observation-modelization analysis over the United States of America. abstract
    • P.6.2 Sebastian K. Müller, Emanuela Pichelli, Erika Coppola, Segolene Berthou, Susanne Brienen, Cecile Caillaud, Marie-Estelle Demory, Andreas Dobler, Hendrik Feldmann and Hylke de Vries: The Climate Response of Heavy Precipitation Events over the Alps and in the Mediterranean abstract

    Session 7: Relation between climate modeling - impact studies - policy makers communities

    • P.7.1 Lincoln M. Alves, Kate Halladay, Ron Kahana and Robin Chadwick: The need for Regional Climate Modelling for Brazil abstract
    • P.7.2 Giorgia Fosser, Marcello Arosio and Alessandro Caiani: How to combine convection-permitting models with engineering risk assessment and economic input-output models to assess the risk of direct/indirect economic impacts of extreme events? abstract
    • P.7.3 Lincoln M. Alves, Jose Augusto Veiga, Gilberto Fisch, Richard Bassett, Ron Kahana, Kate Halladay and Luis Garcia-Carreras: Identifying end-user needs and opportunities provided by convection-permitting simulations in the Amazon Basin abstract
    • P.7.4 Moira Doyle, Gonzalo Díaz, María Laura Bettolli, Silvina A. Solman, Rosmeri Porfirio da Rocha, Marta Llopart, J. M. Gutierrez, Rocío Balmaceda Huarte, L Chavez and Josefina Blazquez: Analysis of extreme hydrological events in the Uruguay River basin abstract
    • P.7.5 Daniela Araya-Osses, Celián Román-Figueroa, Donna Cortez, Jorge Soto and Manuel Paneque: Effects of climate change on drought events on the Salar de Atacama abstract

    Session 8: Benefits of convection-permitting climate modeled data for impacts assessments and policy making

    • P.8.1 Yohanna MICHAU, Aude LEMONSU, Philippe LUCAS-PICHER and Cécile Caillaud: Using a high-resolution regional climate model for studying urban climate evolution in cities of northwestern Europe abstract
    • P.8.2 Kwok Pan Chun, Pingyu Fan, Qing He, Omer Yetemen, Emir Toker, Yasemin Ezber and Omer Lutfi Sen: Convection-Permitting Model Simulation based on Local Climate Zones (LCZs) for winter in Istanbul abstract
    • P.8.3 Rosmeri Porfirio da Rocha, M. Llopart, María Laura Bettolli and S. Solman: First assessment of long-term RegCM4 convection permitting simulations over the center-southeast of South America abstract

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