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Title: Data Exploitation and Modeling for the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere www'cost723'org


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Data Exploitation and Modeling for the Upper
Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere www.cost723.or
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Outline
  • Scope and Structure
  • Opening Workshop March 2004
  • Working Group Activities / Meetings
  • Short Term Scientific Missions
  • COST 723 Summer School
  • Meeting Overview
  • Summary

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Scope and Structure
  • Altitude region around the tropopause is crucial
    for earths energy balance (water vapor cooling
    below, ozone heating above).
  • Chemical, microphysical, and dynamical processes
    not well understood .
  • Model and data studies for the UTLS altitude
    region.
  • Assimilation as the central tool to consolidate
    models and observations.
  • 3 Workgroups for the 3 areas.
  • Common workshops for all workgroups.

WG2
WG1
WG3
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Countries
  • Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic,
    Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy,
    the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden,
    Switzerland, UK

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Chairmen and Working Groups
  • Chair Stefan Buehler (University of Bremen)
  • Vice-chair William Lahoz (University of Reading)
  • WG1 Data and measurement techniques (S. Buehler)
  • WG2 An assimilated ozone and humidity
    dataset (W. Lahoz)
  • WG3 Assessing the state of the UTLS and
    understanding the relevant processes (B. Legras)

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Opening Workshop March 2004 http//www.cost723.org
/meetings/ws1/
  • 67 participants
  • 27 talks
  • 26 posters
  • All contributions on the web
  • ACP Special Issue dedicated to the workshop
    (submission deadline end of September)

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WG1 Data and Measurement Techniques
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Our Role / our Goal
  • O3 rather well covered by existing databases
    (NDSC, GAW, WOUDC)
  • Inconsistency of humidity data sets most
    prominent issue on global scale ?focus on this
  • Required simultaneous temperature for conversion
    of absolute / relative humidity

9
Data Access / Exchange / Sharing
  • Data leaflet has been compiled for the Actions
    internal use (by Marion Mueller)

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Quality Control
  • Intercomparison studies
  • In situ / 1-on-1
  • Satellite as transfer standard
  • Work out accuracy and relative / mutual bias
  • Summarize / document by ACP(?) special issue in 2
    years

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Activities
  • Radiosonde (operational / research)
  • Lidar
  • Operational met. Satellites
  • Envisat (MIPAS / SCIA)
  • Champ
  • In-service aircraft (MOZAIC)
  • Microwave (uplooking / limb-looking)

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Radiosonde Activities
  • 1-on-1 intercomparison LAUTLOS (Esko Kyro)
  • Satellite-based RS station survey (Stefan Buehler
    / Viju Oommen)
  • Collect Q.C.ed high resolution radiosonde data
    set (Ulrich Leiterer)
  • Better correction algorithms
  • LAUTLOS Meeting August 24-27, 2004 WG1 LAUTLOS
    radiosonde meeting in Lindenberg.
  • Discuss first results

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LAUTLOS Hygrometer intercomparison campaign at
Sodankylä, February 2004
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Lidar Activities
  • Very promising, but challenging calibration
    requirements.
  • July 13, 2004 WG1 Lidar workshop in Matera,
    Italy.
  • Planned comparison to EOS Aura satellite. (May
    serve as transfer standard, but Aura itself still
    needs to be validated.)

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Met. Satellite Activities
  • 3 year AMSU UTH climatology (Stefan Buehler)
  • Intercomparison activities with RS, etc.

16
MIPAS Activities
  • Select LAUTLOS matches and compare to in-situ
    sensors (Matthias Milz)

17
CHAMP Activities
  • Compare LS temperatures to ECMWF (Torsten Schmidt)

18
Microwave Activities
  • Bern aircraft radiometer _at_ LAUTLOS (Dietrich
    Feist / Nik Kaempfer)
  • Report on MARSCHALS data after first test
    flight? (Victoria Jay)

19
WG2 An assimilated ozone and humidity dataset
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  • Our role/goal
  • DA used to incorporate novel observations (e.g.
    ozone stratospheric water vapour in UTLS),
    evaluate research satellite data (e.g. Envisat).
  • Incorporate chemical data (e.g. ozone, water
    vapour from Envisat) into DA systems.

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  • Activities
  • How to incorporate chemistry?
  • GCM assimilation (DARC, Met Office, ECMWF
    3d-var, 4d-var)
  • CTM assimilation (KNMI, BIRA-IASB, U. KÖLN, UPMC
    var methods, variants of KF)
  • Coupled GCM/CTM assimilation (MF 4d-var)
  • Links with ASSET EU project (http//www.darc.nerc.
    ac.uk/asset)

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  • Activities
  • Envisat cal-val
  • GCM (MIPAS DARC/Met Office, ECMWF)
  • CTM (SCIA/MIPAS/GOMOS KNMI, BIRA-IASB, UPMC)
  • http//envisat.esa.int/workshops/acve2/presentatio
    ns

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  • Achievements
  • Assimilation of Envisat data cal-val
  • Ozone forecasts (stratosphere/troposphere)
  • Publications
  • Summer schools (lectures organization)
  • Invited presentations at international meetings

24
WG3 Assessing the state of the UTLS and
understanding the relevant processes
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Workshop on Cirrus Clouds and their
Supersaturated Environment 11-12 Oct 2004,
Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany Brought together the
research topics of cirrus and ice supersaturated
regions in order to 1.) raise the awareness of
the current one-dimensional perception of
cirrus clouds (i.e. cloud research without enough
consideration of their environment) 2.) trigger
research into a more system-analytical
direction, considering supersaturated air
interacting with their embedded cirrus clouds.
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COST 723 UTLS Summer school
26 September to 8 October 2005 Cargese,
Corsica Topics - UTLS measurement techniques -
data assimilation - modelling studies of the
UTLS Audience - researchers students
(school/workshop) Format - no more than 15
lecturers, 50-60 participants - main courses
group work - posters - computer practice
Cargese Institute of Scientific Studies
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Meetings
  • September 9-10, 2002 MC meeting 1 in Brussels.
  • April 8, 2003 Unofficial meeting at EGU Nice.
  • October 6-7, 2003 WG1MC meeting in Bern.
  • December 1-2, 2003 WG2/Asset meeting in
    Brussels.
  • March 11-13, 2004 Opening workshop at ESTEC,
    Noordwijk.
  • July 13, 2004 WG1 Lidar workshop in Matera,
    Italy.
  • August 24-27, 2004 WG1 LAUTLOS radiosonde
    meeting in Lindenberg.
  • October 11-12, 2004 WG3MC Cirrus workshop in
    Oberpfaffenhofen.
  • Upcoming
  • May 2005 MC Meeting.
  • September 26 to October 8, 2005 COST 723 Summer
    school in Cargese.

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Publications
  • 1. Jimenez, C., P. Eriksson, V.O. John and S.A.
    Buehler (submitted 2004), A practi-cal
    demonstration on the attainable retrieval
    precision for upper tropospheric humid-ity by
    AMSU, Atmos. Chem. Phys., MS-Number
    2004si05-002.
  • 2. Brzoska, B., A. Jaczewski and Z. Litynska
    (submitted 2004), Homogenisation of water vapour
    data from RS-80A and RS-90 radiosondes, Atmos.
    Chem. Phys., MS-Number 2004si05-003.
  • 3. Vaughan, G., C. Cambridge, L. Dean and A. W.
    Phillips (submitted 2004), Water Vapour Profiles
    in the Midlatitude Upper Troposphere, Atmos.
    Chem. Phys., MS-Number 2004si05-009.
  • 4. Kois, B., Z. Litynska, A. Jaczewski and B.
    Brzoska (submitted 2004), Changes of Temperature,
    Ozone, and Humidity in the UTLS Layer over
    Central Europe, Atmos. Chem. Phys., MS-Number
    2004si05-008.
  • 5. Schmidt, T., S. Heise, J. Wickert, G. Beyerle
    and C. Reigber (submitted 2004), GPS Radio
    Occultation with CHAMP Monitoring of Climate
    Change Parameters, Atmos. Chem. Phys., MS-Number
    2004-si05-006.
  • 6. D'Aulerio, P., F. Fierli, F. Congeduti and G.
    Redaelli (submitted 2004), Analysis of Water
    Vapor LIDAR Measurements during the MAP Campaign
    Evidence of Sub-Structures of Stratospheric
    Intrusions, Atmos. Chem. Phys., MS-Number
    2004-si05-005.
  • 7. Buehler, S. A., M. Kuvatov, V. O. John, U.
    Leiterer and H. Dier (2004), Compari-son of
    Microwave Satellite Humidity Data and Radiosonde
    Profiles A Case Study, J. Geophys. Res., 109,
    D13103, doi10.1029/2004JD004605.
  • 8. Urban, J., N. Lautie, D. Murtagh, Y. Kasai, E.
    Dupuy, J. de La Noe, L. El Amraoui, P. Eriksson,
    U. Frisk, C. Jimenez, E. Le Flochmoen, M. Olberg
    and P. Ricaud (2004), Odin/SMR Observations of
    Stratospheric Water Vapour and its Isotopes
    Requirements on Spectroscopy, In Proc. Int.
    Workshop on Critical Evaluation of mm-/submm-wave
    Spectroscopic Data for Atmos. Observ., 29-30 Jan
    2004, Mito, Japan.
  • 9. Gierens, K. and P. Spichtinger (2004), Comment
    on The Impact of Temperature Errors on Perceived
    Humidity Supersaturation by S. A. Buehler and N.
    Courcoux, Geophys. Res. Lett., 31, L02113,
    doi10.1029/2003GL018695.
  • 10. Buehler, S. A. and N. Courcoux (2003), The
    Impact of Temperature Errors on Perceived
    Humidity Supersaturation, Geophys. Res. Lett.,
    30(14), 1759, doi10.1029/2003GL017691.
  • 11. Gerber, D., I. Balin, D. Feist, N. Kaempfer,
    V. Simeonov, B. Calpini and H. van den Bergh
    (2003), Ground-based water vapour soundings by
    microwave radiometry and Raman lidar on
    Jungfraujoch (Swiss Alps), Atmos. Chem. Phys., 3,
    4833-4856.
  • 12. Jeannet, P., B. Hoegger and G. Levrat (2002),
    Comparison of a chilled mirror hygrometer and a
    carbon hygristor for radiosonde humidity
    measurements, In Pro-ceedings of the Hampton
    Radiosonde workshop.
  • 13. Lahoz, W. A., R. Brugge, D. R. Jackson, S.
    Migliorini, R. Swinbank, D. Lary and A. Lee
    (2004), An Observing System Simulation Experiment
    to evaluate the scientific merit of wind and
    ozone measurements from the future SWIFT
    instrument, Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc., 128, 1-999.
  • 14. Struthers, H., R. Brugge, W. A. Lahoz, A.
    O'Neill and R. Swinbank (2002), As-similation of
    ozone profiles and total column measurements into
    a global General Circulation Model, J. Geophys.
    Res., 107, doi10.1029/2001JD000957.
  • 15. Spichtinger, P., K. Gierens and H. Wernli
    (submitted 2004), A case study on the formation
    and evolution of ice supersaturation in the
    vicinity of a warm conveyor belt's outflow
    region, Atmos. Chem. Phys., MS-Number
    2004-si05-004 (also acpd-2004-0159).
  • 16. Gerasopoulus, E., P. Zanis, C. Papasterfanou,
    C. Zerefos, A. Ioannidou and H. Wernli (submitted
    2004), Deep Stratosphere-to-Troposphere Transport
    (STT) over SE Europe A Complex Case Study
    Captured by Enhanced Be Concentrations at the
    Surface of a Low Topography Region, Atmos. Chem.
    Phys., MS-Number 2004-si05-007.
  • 17. Zerefos, C. S., K. Eleftheratos, D. S. Balis,
    P. Zanis, G. Tselioudis and C. Meleti (2003),
    Impact of aviation on cirrus clouds, Atmos. Chem.
    Phys., 3, 1633-1644.
  • 18. Zanis, P., T. Trickl, A. Stohl, H. Wernli, O.
    Cooper, C. S. Zerefos, H. Gaeggeler, A. Priller,
    C. Schnabel, H. E. Scheel, H.J. Kanter, L.
    Tobler, P. Kubik, P. Cristofanelli, C. Forster,
    P. James, E. Gerasopoulos, A. Delclos and and A.
    Papayannis (2003), Forecast, observation and
    modelling of a deep stratospheric intrusion event
    over Europe, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 3, 763-777.
  • 19. Spichtinger, P., K. Gierens and W. Read
    (2003), The global distribution of
    ice-supersaturated regions as seen by the
    Microwave Limb Sounder, Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc.,
    129(595), 3391-3410, doi10.1256/qj.02.141.

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Summary
  • COST 723 is on a good track.
  • But the COST moratorium has delayed the Action
    by approximately one year.
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