Workshop 14-16 August: Bergen, Norway: Ongoing studies and perspectives


The objective of the workshop is to interact around our ongoing studies, work together on specific issues and analyses, and discuss new prospectives.

Location

The workshop and the meeting will be held in the East Wing Auditorium of the historic building of the Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Norway


The visiting adress is: Allegaten 70, 5007 Bergen
More details at www.uib.no/gfi/en/

Program

Wednesday 14 August afternoon: Presentation of the ongoing works
Thursday 15 August morning: Presentation of the ongoing works / working group(s)
Thursday 15 August afternoon: Working groups
Friday 16 August morning : Summary of the discussions and prospectives

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Participants

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Local organizers

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Accommodation

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Access

The airport of Bergen, Flesland, is serviced by most major airlines, with direct connections from a number of European capitals (Amsterdam, Berlin, London, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, and Oslo). If you first arrive to Oslo, you can either fly to Bergen or travel by train over the mountains (Bergensbanen, the Bergen Railway) and experience 500 km of stunning landscape. From Flesland you can reach Bergen downtown either by bus (Flybuss, ticket one way 100 NOK; departure every 15 min between 6 am and 21 pm on weekdays; takes about 30 min to town). See map http://vitaminw.no/kunde/flybussen/FilVedlegg/flybusskart_Bergen.pdf.
You can also reach Bergen downtown by taxi, but it will cost you about 400-500 NOK. It takes 20-30 min depending on traffic.

Sponsors

University of Bergen Norway, French ANR, French INSU-CNRS LEFE-IMAGO

Presentations

Presentations:

Reuder : Welcoming presentation
Bazile : Weaknesses of forecast models, that could be addressed with BLLAST dataset
Angevine : Soil moisture initialization for fine-scale episodic modeling
Faloona : Measuring divergence & mean vertical velocities during the afternoon transition
Sastre : Sensitivity of LSM and PBL schemes in WRF simulations of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer during the BLLAST campaign
Pardyjak : Understanding the behavior of fluxes and variance in the surface layer during evening transition
Boer : Entrainment influences on surface-layer measurements; detection and impact on Monin-Obukhov similarity theory
Pino : Role of the residual layer and large-scale subsidence on the development and evolution of the convective boundary layer
Lothon : Case study of 20 June 2011: LES set up and addressed issues
Darbieu : Vertical and temporal evolution of turbulence spectra in the late afternoon transition
Lohou : TKE decay at surface during BLLAST
Nilsson : Summary of previous studies, with some relations to BLLAST
Bäserud : Investigating the potential of turbulence measurements with the RPAS SUMO
Canut : Back on the high frequency measurements produced by tethered balloon during 12 IOPs of BLLAST
Wacker (Reuder) : Analysis of the surface energy budget for the BLLAST 2011 campaign
Cuxart (Reuder) : Small scale surface temperature heterogeneities: effect on the Surface Energy budget
Martinez : Monin-Obukhov similarity theory in the 2-m column of thermocouples in the Small-scale heterogeneity site
Flament : An insight on the chemical composition of submicronic aerosols during the 2011 Field Campaign : the Sulfates content

Summary reports:

Sastre : Summary of activities of Univ. Compultense de Madrid 's group
  • Roman (Sastre) : Gravity waves observed during BLLAST
  • Sastre : A comparison between atmospheric boundary layer evening transitions at two experimental sites
  • van de Boer : Summary of the activities of the Wageningen group

  • Material for discussions:

    Lothon : An overview of the PBL height estimates available in the database
    Rotach : An experiment on complex terrain in the Innsbrück Valley
    Pardyjak : The Materhorn experiment

    Reports of discussions

    Lessons learnt from the field campaign

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