09-10 November 2015, Exeter, UK.
UK scientists met to discuss the UK's contribution to the Year of Polar Prediction. The workshop was organised by Ed Blockley, Chawn Harlow, and Ian Renfrew.
Meeting report (pdf)
- PPP and YOPP overview - Ian Renfrew, University of East Anglia
- Tourism in polar regions - Tudor Morgan, IAATO
- Sea ice forecasting for Arctic ship routing - Björn H. Fock, University of Hamburg
- YOPP in the Southern Hemisphere - Tom Bracegirdle, British Antarctic Survey
- Global prediction and the polar regions - Sean Milton, Met Office
- Medium-range prediction and the polar regions - Sarah Keeley, ECMWF
- Seasonal prediction and the polar regions - Doug Smith, Met Office
- Arctic sea ice variability & predictability - Ed Hawkins, University of Reading
- Boundary-layer processes and MOSAiC - Ian Brooks, University of Leeds
- Large Eddy Simulations in polar regions - Bob Beare, University of Exeter
- Clouds in the polar regions - Tom Choularton, University of Manchester
- Orographic processes in polar regions - Andy Elvidge, Met Office
- Snow modelling: challenges and opportunities - Richard Essery, University of Edinburgh
- Remote sensing with FAAM to evaluate model performance - Chawn Harlow, Met Office
- Sea ice modelling - Danny Feltham, CPOM, University of Reading
- Tides in the Arctic Ocean - Maria Luneva, National Oceanography Centre
The FAAM BAe-146 research aircraft being refuelled at Barrow, Alaska. FAAM is a joint NERC and Met Office collaboration and a proposal for its employment during the Year of Polar Prediction has been submitted. Photo courtesy of Met Office.