[Seminar on July 31] The impact of horizontal atmospheric resolution in modelling air-sea heat fluxes

Date:2019-07-31    

Dr. Peili Wu

Met. Office, Uk

10am, July 31, 2019

Room 513, Building 40, IAP

Peili is a lead scientist for the Met Office's IHP project and acting as a Met Office contact for NERC's changing water cycle programme. He is also a member of the international science steering committee for the Arctic/Subarctic Ocean Fluxes (ASOF) programme.

Peili's work contributes towards improving hydrological predictions of the Unified Model, and is a member of the Global Water Cycle. He focuses on the global to continental scales, studying physical processes and large-scale dynamics linking the atmosphere, land and oceans and influencing the water cycle; evaluating model simulations of these processes; detecting and attributing past, and predicting future changes in the hydrological cycle and its impact. Peili has a broad interest in climate variability and change.

 

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