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Multi-scale transport and exchange processes in the atmosphere over mountains. Programme and experiment

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  • Stefano Serafin (Editor)
  • Mathias W. Rotach
  • Marco Arpagaus
  • Ioana Colfescu
  • Joan Cuxart
  • Stephan F. J. De Wekker
  • Mathew John Evans
  • Vanda Grubišic
  • Norbert Kalthoff
  • Thomas Karl
  • Daniel J. Kirshbaum
  • Manuela Lehner
  • Stephen D. Mobbs
  • Alexandre Paci
  • Elisa Palazzi
  • Adriana Raudzens Bailey
  • Jürg Schmidli
  • Georg Wohlfahrt
  • Dino Zardi

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DatePublished - 10 Jun 2020
Number of pages48
PublisherInnsbruck University Press
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Electronic) 9783991060031

Abstract

TEAMx is an international research programme that aims at improving the understanding of exchange processes in the atmosphere over mountains at multiple scales and at advancing the parameterizations of these processes in numerical models for weather and climate prediction–hence its acronyms stands for Multi-scale transport and exchange processes in the atmosphere over mountains – Programme and experiment.

TEAMx is a bottom-up initiative promoted by a number of universities, research institutions and operational centres, internationally integrated through a Memorandum of Understanding between inter- ested parties. It is carried out by means of coordinated national, bi-national and multi-national research projects and supported by a Programme Coordination Office at the Department of Atmospheric and Cryospheric Sciences of the University of Innsbruck, Austria.

The present document, compiled by the TEAMx Programme Coordination Office, provides a concise overview of the scientific scope of TEAMx. In the interest of accessibility and readability, the document aims at being self-contained and uses only a minimum of references to scientific literature.

Greyboxes at the beginning of chapters list the literature sources that provide the scientific basis of the document. This largely builds on review articles published by the journal Atmosphere between 2018 and 2019, in a special issue on Atmospheric Processes over Complex Terrain. A few other important literature pieces have been referenced where appropriate. Interested readers are encouraged to examine the large body of literature summarized and referenced in these articles.

Blue boxes have been added to most sub-chapters. Their purpose is to highlight key ideas and proposals for future collaborative research.

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