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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FAB Observation Thrust Area
ECMWF GLA .25°
T213 GLA .5°
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
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.