12th Workshop on Antarctic Meteorology and Climate: Presentations

National Center for Atmospheric Research, Foothills Laboratory
Boulder, Colorado, USA
June 26–28, 2017

Talks: 20 min (including time for questions)

Monday, June 26         Tuesday, June 27          Wednesday, June 28

0900-0910  Opening Remarks
Information: Jordan G. Powers, NCAR
Welcome: Dr. Christopher A. Davis, NCAR Associate Director, Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Laboratory

0910–1050  Antarctic Observational and Logistical Efforts 1
Chairperson: Jordan G. Powers

The UW–Madison 2016–2017 Antarctic Automatic Weather Station Program Field Season: McMurdo AWS and International Collaboration

Carol A. Costanza1, Lee Welhouse1, David E. Mikolajczyk1, Matthew A. Lazzara1,3, George Weidner1, and Linda M. Keller1,2
1Antarctic Meteorological Research Center, Space Science and Engineering Center, University of Wisconsin– Madison
2Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of Wisconsin– Madison
3Department of Physical Sciences, Madison Area Technical College

British Antarctic Survey Automatic Weather Station Network 2017/18 Field Season Review

Rosey Grant, Steven R. Colwell, John Law, and Mairi Simms
British Antarctic Survey

The Challenges of Maintaining a Meteorology Program on a Floating Ice Shelf

Steven R. Colwell
British Antarctic Survey

Enhanced Year Round Observations at the Korean Jang Bogo Station, Terra Nova Bay

Taejin Choi, Sangbum Hong, Sangjong Park, Jaeill Yoo, Won-Seok Seo, and Seo-Hee Ahn
Korea Polar Research Institute
Thirty Years of Meteorological Data Observed at the Korean Antarctic King Sejong Station

Sang-Jong Park, Tae-Jin Choi, Bang-Yong Lee, and Seong-Joong Kim
Korea Polar Research Institute

1050–1105  Break

1105–1225  Antarctic Observational and Logistical Efforts 2
Chairperson: Steven R. Colwell

The Future Wisconsin AWS Field Season Plans




Matthew A. Lazzara1,2, Carol Costanza1, Lee Welhouse1, David Mikolajczyk1, Marian Mateling1, Andrew Kurth2, and George Hademenos
Antarctic Meteorological Research Center, Space Science and Engineering Center, University of Wisconsin– Madison 
2Madison College 
3Richardson High School

Remote and Autonomous Measurements of Precipitation in Antarctica

Mark W. Seefeldt1, Scott D. Landolt2, and Andrew J. Monaghan
University of Colorado– Boulder 
2National Center for Atmospheric Research

The Madison Antarctic Automatic Weather Station: The Next Generation Polar Climate and Weather Station

Matthew A. Lazzara1,2, Andrew Kurth1, Amy Limberg-Dzekute1, Taylor Norton1, Forbes Filip1, Cris Folk1, Joel Shoemaker1, Alberto Rodriguez1, Lee Welhouse2, David Mikolajczyk2, Carol Costanza2, George Weidner2, Linda Keller2, and Rikki Decklever
Madison College 
2Antarctic Meteorological Research Center, Space Science and Engineering Center, University of Wisconsin– Madison

Exploring the Costs of UHF Transmissions in the UW–Madison AWS Network

David E. Mikolajczyk and Lee J. Welhouse
University of Wisconsin– Madison

1230–1400  Lunch

1400–1520  Antarctic Numerical Prediction and Modeling 1
Chairperson: Scott Carpentier

Just Launched: The Year of Polar Prediction

Kirstin Werner, Thomas Jung, Helge Goessling, Winfried Hoke, and Katharina Kirchhoff
International Coordination Office for Polar Prediction and Alfred Wegener Institute

Antarctic Verification of the Australian Weather Forecast Model

Benjamin J. E. Schroeter1, Phil Reid2, Nathaniel L. Bindoff3, and Kelvin Michael4
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), Antarctic Gateway Partnership (AGP), Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science (ARCCSS)
2Australian Bureau of Meteorology, Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre (ACECRC), AGP, IMAS
3IMAS, ACECRC, ARCCSS, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

AMPS Update 2017

Kevin W. Manning and Jordan G. Powers
Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Laboratory, National Center for Atmospheric Research

Assessment of the Model for Prediction Across Scales (MPAS) in AMPS

Jordan G. Powers and Kevin W. Manning
Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Laboratory, National Center for Atmospheric Research

1520–1540 Break

1540–1700  Antarctic Numerical Prediction and Modeling 2
Chairperson: Kevin W. Manning

Development of WRF-Ice for Surface Mass Balance Modeling over Antarctic Peninsula

Gian Villamil-Otero1, Jing Zhang1, and Yao Yao2
North Carolina A&T State University
Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology

 Verification of the Regional Climate Model CCLM in the Weddell Sea Region

Günther Heinemann and Rolf Zentek
Environmental Meteorology, University of Trier

Climate Change in Antarctica: On the Contribution of Global Climate Model with a High Regional Resolution

Julien Beaumet1, G. Krinner1, G. Le Normand1, and M. Déqué2
1Institut des Geosciences de l'Environnement, CNRS, UGA

1700 Adjourn

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