Winter time T-PARC planning Yucheng Song IMSG at EMC/NCEP /NOAA Zoltan Toth EMC/NCEP/NWS /NOAA http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/gmb/ens/T-PARC_IPY.html Princeville, Kauai , Hawaii 4-6 December 2007 WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM Dave Emmitt Simpson Weather Assoc.
Yucheng Song IMSG at EMC/NCEP/NOAA
Zoltan Toth EMC/NCEP/NWS/NOAA
Princeville, Kauai, Hawaii
4-6 December 2007
Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellites(POES)
Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites
Polar Orbiting Satellites
Data Acquisition Site
Data Acquisition Sites
Continuously monitors the Western Hemisphere
Each satellite covers the entire Earth twice per day
Extensive observational platforms during T-PARC winter phase
allow us to track the potential storms and take additional observations
as the perturbation propagate downstream into Arctic and US continents
(Japan contacts: YoshioAsuma and Tetsuo Nakazawa)
(AOC contacts: Jack Parrish and Michele Finn)
C-130 out of Anchorage (USAF)
ISSUES: Roshydromet could not pay for the extra sondes.
proposals for both the WMO Voluntary Cooperation Program (VCP) funding
and Wilderness Research Foundation
The ELDORA radar is provided by NCAR. The P3DWL is
provided by ONR. The two possible locations for the P3DWL
are noted as (1) or (2).
The MLX-16 coherent Doppler lidar built by LMCT
for the US Army (ARL).
CAMS – Chinese Academy for Meter. Sci.
a. Fixed intensive observation periods (Jan 09 – Mar 09)
b. Adaptive observing (ETKF or other methods)
Communication setup (webpage and emails)
KEY ISSUE: T-PARC identity BUFR headers