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Fair Exhibits


April 15, 2021

Breakout Room:
Th_NWM
Title:
Evaluating the National Water Model for Stakeholder Needs
Presenter:
Hughes
Organization:
NOAA PSL
Breakout Room:
Th_CMIP6
Title:
Overview of GFDL's participation in Phase 6 of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP6)
Presenter:
John
Organization:
NOAA/OAR/GFDL
Breakout Room:
Th_OceanNOMADS
Title:
OceanNOMADS: A Resource for Model Archive and Access
Presenter:
Hogan
Organization:
NOAA/NESDIS/NCEI
Breakout Room:
Th_StormSurge
Title:
Ensemble forecasting of storm surges along the east coast of India
Presenter:
PLN
Organization:
Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services
Breakout Room:
Th_ExtremeSL
Title:
Response of Storm-Related Extreme Sea Level along the U.S. Atlantic Coast to Combined Weather and Climate Forcing
Presenter:
Yin
Organization:
Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona
Breakout Room:
Th_CICE6
Title:
Advancing sea ice forecasts for Alaska's Coasts using CICE6 and coupling with ADCIRC and WW3 using NOAA Environmental Modeling System
Presenter:
Fujisaki-Manome
Organization:
Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research, University of Michigan
Breakout Room:
Th_HFRandBoundaryConditions
Title:
Application of HF-Radar for regional flow characterization and assessment of global-scale model derived boundary conditions in Puerto Rico
Presenter:
Gonzalez-Lopez
Organization:
Wood EIS Met-Ocean Services
Breakout Room:
Th_IndianOceanThermocline
Title:
Indian Ocean thermocline dome variations in a in a suite of global model simulations
Presenter:
Rahaman
Organization:
Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS),Ministry of Earth Sciences(MoES),Hyderabad,India
Breakout Room:
Th_9_Flooding
Title:
The New Generation of the National Ocean Service's Great Lakes Operational Forecast Systems
Presenter:
Peng
Organization:
NOAA
Breakout Room:
Th_9_Flooding
Title:
Recent Advances in Storm Surge Modelling Infrastructure at the National Ocean Service
Presenter:
Moghimi
Organization:
UCAR/NOAA
Breakout Room:
Th_9_Flooding
Title:
Recent advances in high-fidelity prediction of inland-coastal compound flooding at continental scale
Presenter:
Zhang
Organization:
Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Breakout Room:
Th_9_Flooding
Title:
Resolving Compound Inland-Coastal Flooding Events by Incorporating Precipitation and Inland Hydrology in the Coupled ADCIRC model system
Presenter:
Dresback
Organization:
University of Oklahoma
Breakout Room:
Th_9_Flooding
Title:
Development of a Coupled Hydrologic-Hydrodynamic-Wave Flood Forecasting System for Lake Champlain
Presenter:
Beletsky
Organization:
University of Michigan, CIGLR
Breakout Room:
Th_10_Hurricane
Title:
The Hurricane Analysis and Forecast System
Presenter:
Gopalakrishnan
Organization:
NOAA/OAR/AOML- Hurricane Research Division, Miami, FL
Breakout Room:
Th_10_Hurricane
Title:
Evaluation of Real-time Forecasts from a Global-nested Version of the UFS-based Hurricane Analysis and Forecast System
Presenter:
Hazelton
Organization:
University of Miami CIMAS
Breakout Room:
Th_10_Hurricane
Title:
Summary of the Performance of the 2020 GFDL T-SHiELD Near Real-time Forecast Model
Presenter:
Bender
Organization:
Princeton University
Breakout Room:
Th_10_Hurricane
Title:
Ocean modeling in support of hurricane forecast improvement
Presenter:
Le Henaff
Organization:
U.Miami/CIMAS - NOAA/AOML
Breakout Room:
Th_11_MTDF
Title:
The Model Diagnostics Task Force package for data analysis in the weather and climate community: Technical Vision and Guiding Principles
Presenter:
Radhakrishnan
Organization:
NOAA GFDL/CIMES/Princeton University
Breakout Room:
Th_11_MTDF
Title:
Demonstration: How to Use and Contribute to the MDTF-Diagnostics Weather and Climate Data Analysis Package
Presenter:
Liptak
Organization:
GFDL, SAIC
Breakout Room:
Th_11_MTDF
Title:
The Model Diagnostics Task Force Framework for Process-Oriented Diagnostics
Presenter:
Neelin
Organization:
University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Breakout Room:
Th_11_MTDF
Title:
ENSO-induced teleconnections in NOAA models: process-oriented diagnostics as part of MAPP Model Diagnostics Task Force efforts
Presenter:
Annamalai
Organization:
IPRC, University of Hawaii, Hawaii
Breakout Room:
Th_11_MTDF
Title:
Tropical Pacific Dynamic Sea Level in GFDL-OM4 under OMIP-I and OMIP-II Forcings
Presenter:
Hsu
Organization:
Colorado State University
Breakout Room:
Th_11_MTDF
Title:
Process-Oriented Diagnostics of Tropical Cyclones in Global Climate Models as part of NOAA MAPP Model Diagnostics Task Force
Presenter:
Moon
Organization:
University of Washington

April 16, 2021

Breakout Room:
Fr_1_FV3
Title:
Unified Modeling with FV3: Community Advances and New Prospects
Presenter:
Harris
Organization:
NOAA/GFDL
Breakout Room:
Fr_1_FV3
Title:
Using a Domain Specific Programming Language to Run Climate Models on Next-Generation Supercomputers
Presenter:
Elbert
Organization:
GFDL, Vulcan Inc.
Breakout Room:
Fr_2_GFDL_container_model
Title:
Enhancing the Accessibility of Unified Modeling Systems: GFDL SHiELD in a container
Presenter:
Cheng
Organization:
Princeton University and NOAA/Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Breakout Room:
Fr_2_GFDL_container_model
Title:
Single-point Land Model in a Shareable Container
Presenter:
Robinson
Organization:
GFDL
Breakout Room:
Fr_3_Fisheries
Title:
Fisheries climate decision support through the Climate Fisheries Initiative
Presenter:
Hollowed
Organization:
NMFS Alaska Fisheries Science Center
Breakout Room:
Fr_3_Fisheries
Title:
More Collaborative Fisheries Modeling via the Fisheries Integrated Toolbox and Modeling System
Presenter:
Stawitz
Organization:
NMFS Office of Science and Technology
Breakout Room:
Fr_3_Fisheries
Title:
Future Seas: Physics-to-fisheries management strategy evaluation for the California Current System
Presenter:
Jacox
Organization:
NMFS/SWFSC and OAR/PSL
Breakout Room:
Fr_4_UFS_Tropical
Title:
Tropical origins of Weeks 2-4 forecasts errors during Northern Hemisphere cool season
Presenter:
Dias
Organization:
NOAA Physical Sciences Laboratory
Breakout Room:
Fr_4_UFS_Tropical
Title:
Tropical Dynamics Diagnostics for Numerical Weather Prediction
Presenter:
Gehne
Organization:
CU Boulder CIRES and NOAA PSL
Breakout Room:
Fr_5_UFS_forecast
Title:
Unified Forecast System (UFS) Composition Forecasting
Presenter:
Pierce
Organization:
UW-Madison SSEC
Breakout Room:
Fr_6_METplus
Title:
Unified Model Evaluation and Diagnostics Through METplus
Presenter:
Jensen
Organization:
NCAR/RAL and DTC
Breakout Room:
Fr_7_HYSPLIT
Title:
The HYSPLIT modeling community
Presenter:
Crawford
Organization:
NOAA Air Resources Laboratory
Breakout Room:
Fr_8_TestBed_collaboration
Title:
From The Developmental Testbed Center Visitor's Program: Collaborating on the RRFS
Presenter:
Mayfield
Organization:
National Center for Atmospheric Research
Breakout Room:
Fr_9_AirQuality
Title:
How Well Can We Predict Wildfire Plumes? Lessons learned from large ensemble experiments
Presenter:
Tong
Organization:
George Mason University
Breakout Room:
Fr_9_AirQuality
Title:
An Improved National Air Quality Forecasting Capability Using the NOAA Global Forecast System
Presenter:
Campbell
Organization:
George Mason University/NOAA-Air Resources Laboratory
Breakout Room:
Fr_9_AirQuality
Title:
Implementation of the NOAA ARL FENGSHA Dust Emission Scheme and Development of the NOAA Emission and eXchange Unified System for UFS Models
Presenter:
Baker
Organization:
NOAA ARL ASMD/GMU/UMBC JCET
Breakout Room:
Fr_10_UFS_parameterization
Title:
Fostering Community Involvement in Development of Physical Parameterizations for the Unified Forecast System via the Common Community Physics Package and its Single-Column Model
Presenter:
Bernardet
Organization:
NOAA Global Systems Laboratory
Breakout Room:
Fr_10_UFS_parameterization
Title:
Radiative-Convective Equilibrium in Common Community Physics Package Single Column Model
Presenter:
Hu
Organization:
CIRES
Breakout Room:
Fr_10_UFS_parameterization
Title:
Physics Developments for HAFS: Planetary Boundary Layer and Microphysics Parameterization Improvements based on In-situ Observations in Hurricanes
Presenter:
Hazelton
Organization:
University of Miami CIMAS
Breakout Room:
Fr_11_EPIC_cloud
Title:
Oceanic and Atmospheric Research Cloud Strategy and Activities
Presenter:
Kumar
Organization:
OAR Weather Program Office; Earth Prediction Innovation Center (EPIC)
 

About the Fair

The Fair provides an opportunity for the NOAA modeling community and external partners to connect with one another, and to share knowledge and information on modeling and technological capabilities in support of Unified Modeling.

In the virtual environment, Fair exhibitors will be available in either individual or combined breakout rooms accessed through the meeting link (TBD), to provide demonstrations, presentations, have open discussion, and answer questions from attendees.

Fair Exhibit Abstract Submission

Abstract submission for exhibits is done through the main registration and abstract submission page, and is separate from meeting registration. The deadline for abstract submission is Friday, March 12, 2021. Exhibitors will be notified of their acceptance to the Fair and associated technical specifications by Friday, March 19, 2021.

Fair abstracts should target the primary modeling activities and projects at NOAA Laboratories, Centers, Programs, and community partners. Abstracts should be broader than projects by individuals, and should highlight how the activities and projects leverage and manage broader modeling community contributions.

In the spirit of Unified Modeling, the Fair exhibits can represent disciplines across the NOAA modeling enterprise, including the Unified Forecast System, atmospheric weather and composition, ocean, land, cryosphere, ecosystem, and socio-economic models and relevant subsystems and components. The technical capabilities and ongoing R&D efforts should be presented in the context of community modeling; including best practices for community engagement, collaboration, software development, infrastructure, and R2O, and illustrate how community contributions have led to impactful products and services.

Abstract language should be at a technical level that is accessible to modelers and users across the array of NOAA disciplines. Abstract title length should not exceed 300 characters. Abstract length should not exceed 3000 characters.

Contact:

For more information, please contact:
General Modeling Meeting Fair