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Modelling in the Coquimbo Region. Melitta Fiebig Wittmaack + Inge Bischoff-Gauss (IWR/FZK) + Orlando Astudillo. ¿What is KAMM?. K arlsruhe M esoscale A tmospheric M odel ( Adrian and Fiedler .) non- hydrostatic complex topography (terrain following coordinate system)

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modelling in the coquimbo region

Modelling in the Coquimbo Region

Melitta Fiebig Wittmaack

+

Inge Bischoff-Gauss (IWR/FZK)

+

Orlando Astudillo

what is kamm
¿What is KAMM?
  • Karlsruhe Mesoscale Atmospheric Model (Adrian and Fiedler .)
  • non- hydrostatic
  • complex topography (terrain following coordinate system)
  • chemical module coupling, aerosol module coupling, etc.
datos de entrada requeridos

Input:

Datos de entrada requeridos:

+ vertical soundings of wind, temperature and humidity

output
Output:

3D distributions of

  • wind
  • temperature
  • humidity
  • concentrations of chemical species
slide10

a: Δx = 1461 m, Δy = 1788 m

i: Δx = 730.5 m, Δy = 894 m

slide14

Third step: The influence of the Embalse Puclaro on the local climate; 3 nestings and finest discretization (with Inge Bischoff-Gauß, IWR)

slide15

Simulated potential temperature rel. humidity on a summer day

slide16

March 2000,Dec. 2001, Nov. 2003 Radiosoundings at La Serena, Vicuña and Cerro Tololo

December 2001 Turbul. measurements at Cerro Tololo