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A Concept of Environmental Forecasting and Variational Organization of Modeling Technology. Vladimir Penenko Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics SD RAS. Challenges of environment forecasting :. Predictability of climate-environment system?

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A Concept

of Environmental Forecasting

and Variational Organization

of Modeling Technology

Vladimir Penenko

Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics SD RAS

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Challenges of environment forecasting:

  • Predictability of climate-environment system?
  • Stability of climatic system?
  • sensitivity to perturbations of forcing
  • Features of environment forecasting: uncertainty
  • in the long-term behavior of the climatic system;
  • in the character of influence of man-made factors
  • in the conditions of changing climate
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Uncertainty

  • Discrepancy between models and real phenomena
  • insufficient accuracy of numerical schemes and algorithms
  • lack and errors of input data
a concept of environmental forecasting
A CONCEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL FORECASTING
  • Basic idea:

we use inverse modeling technique

to assess risk and vulnerability of territory

(object) with respect to harmful impact

in addition to traditional forecasting the state functions variability by forward methods

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Theoretical background

  • The methodologyis based on:
  • control theory,
  • sensitivity theory,
  • risk and vulnerability theory,
    • variational principles in weak-constrained formulation,
    • combined use of models and observed data,
    • forward and inverse modeling procedures,
    • methodology for description of links between regional and global processes ( including climatic changes) by means of orthogonal decomposition of functional spaces for analysis of data bases and phase spaces of dynamical systems
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Basic elements for concept implementation:

  • models of processes
  • data and models of measurements
  • global and local adjoint problems
  • constraints on parameters and state functions
  • functionals: objective, quality, control, restrictions etc.
  • sensitivity relations for target functionals and constraints
  • feedback equations for inverse problems
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Transport and transformation model

of gas pollutants and aerosols

Operators of transformation

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Variational form of model’s set:

hydrodynamics+ chemistry+ hydrological cycle

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Model of observations

Variational form

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Functionals for generalized description

of information links in the system

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Variational principle

Augmented functional for computational technology

Algorithms for construction of numerical schemes

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The universal algorithm

of forward & inverse modeling

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Some elements

of optimal forecasting and design

The main sensitivity relations

Algorithm for calculation

of sensitivity functions

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Algorithms for uncertainty calculation

based on sensitivity analysis and

data assimilation:

in models of processes

in initial state

in model parameters and sources

in models of observations

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Fundamental role of uncertainty functions

  • integration of all technology components
  • bringing control into the system
  • regularization of inverse methods
  • targeting of adaptive monitoring
  • cost effective data assimilation
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Optimal forecasting and design

  • Optimality is meant in the sense that estimations of the goal functionals do not depend on the variations :
  • of the sought functions in the phase spaces of the dynamics of the physical system under study
  • of the solutions of corresponding adjoint problems that generated by variational principles
  • of the uncertainty functions of different kinds which explicitly included into the extended functionals
construction of numerical approximations
Construction of numerical approximations
  • variational principle
  • integral identity
  • splitting and decomposition methods
  • finite volumes method
  • local adjoint problems
  • analytical solutions
  • integrating factors
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4DVar real time data assimilation algorithm

Basic elements in frames of splitting and decomposition schemes:

p - number of stages

- operator of the model,

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Scenario approach for environmental purposes

  • Inclusion of climatic data via decomposition of phase spaces on set of orthogonal subspaces ranged with respect to scales of perturbations
  • Construction of deterministic and deterministic-stochastic scenarios on the basis of orthogonal subspaces
  • Models with leading phase spaces
leading orthogonal subspaces
Leading orthogonal subspaces

36 years, 26.66%

46 years, 26.63%

56 years,26.34%

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Ekaterinburg

Yakutsk

Khanti-Mansiisk

Krasnoyarsk

Tomsk

Mondy

Ulan-Ude

Tory

Ussuriisk

“climatic”

April

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Conclusion

  • Algorithms for optimal environmental
  • forecasting and design are proposed
  • The fundamental role of uncertainty is highlighted
eigenvalues of gram matrix as a measure of informativeness of orthogonal subspaces
Eigenvalues of Gram matrix as a measure of informativeness of orthogonal subspaces

Separation of scales : climate/weather noise

36 years

46 years

56 years

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Volcano Schiveluch ( Kamchatka, Russia) eruption19-21.05.2001. Forward problem. Surface layer aerosol concentrations ( <2 mkm)
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