#16 Topic: The story of high-resolution modelling of mixed-phase clouds… and how this can help us for climate and weather models
Lecturer: Vera Schemann
Date: Monday, January 10, 2022 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
In order to resolve (at least partly) arctic mixed-phase clouds, simulations with a rather high-resolution become necessary. Those simulations can be used for process understanding, comparison to and evaluation with observations but also to improve parameterizations of global climate models or numerical weather prediction. In this lecture, we will discuss the setup and requirements for atmospheric high-resolution simulations, what high-resolution and “at least partly resolved” means and how the simulations can help to improve parameterizations for climate and weather models.