OSSE Status and Future work. FAB Observation Thrust Area. Primary Objective To establish a numerical test bed that would enable a hierarchy of experiments to: determine the potential impact of proposed space-based, sub-orbital, and in situ observing systems on analyses and forecasts,
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OSSE Status and Future work
FAB Observation Thrust Area
OSSE TESTBED COMPONENTS
Validation of End-to-End OSSE Set-up
- Realism of simulated observations and input
- Impact model not too close to NR
Validation and Augmentation
Cyclones, Fronts, Jets
Air Traffic Routing
Precip.Utility Load Mgmt.
Targeting Observation schems
Bob Atlas NOAA OSSE testbed slide:
KeyPersonnel and their role in NOAA OSSE testbed
Dr. R. Atlas, NOAA/AOML: Lead development of testbed, and along with a team of scientists, led by Dr. Lars Peter Riishojgaardat the JCSDA and Dr. TomislavaVukicevicat AOML: conduct and evaluate global and mesoscale OSSEs.
Dr. Yuanfu Xie, NOAA/ESRL/GSD: Lead global OSSEs using the ESRL OSSE system and participate in regional OSSEs for UAS and HFIP.
Drs. SharanMajumdar and David Nolan, UM/RSMAS: Generate mesoscale nature runs and participate in hurricane OSSEs.
Dr. Ross Hoffman, AER: Chair of External Advisory Group.
Dr. G.D. Emmitt, SWA: Simulation of Wind lidar and other observing systems.