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  Recent NCEP NAM-CMAQ AQF Reports

2015


2012-2014
(improved air-sfc cpling, emissions upgrade, pm)
  • Huang, J. et al. (2014): CMAS: Meteorological impacts on CMAQ PM forecasts.
  • Huang, J. et al. (2014): AMS: Impact of meteorological inputs on wild-fire smoke predictions over the Contiguous United States.
  • Pan, L. et al. (2014): Atm. Env.:  Assessment of NOx_and O3 NAQFC forecasting_performances before and_after the 2012_major_emissions_updates.
  • Shafran, P., et al. (2014): CMAS: NAQFC CMAQ verification
  • Stajner, I., et al., (2014): AMS: NOAA’s Operational Air Quality Prediction. 
  •          2013
  • Garner, G.G., etal. (2013)  J. Atm. Chem. Evaluation of NAQFC model performance in forecasting surface ozone during the 2011 DISCOVER-AQ campaign.
  • Chai, T., et al.  (2013): Evaluation of the  NAQFC experimental real-time predictions in 2010. Geosci. Model Dev.
  •          2012
  • Huang, J., et al. (2012) Improving Air Quality Forecasting Over Lakes and Surrounding Regions.
    17th Conf. on Air Pollution Meteor. with the A&WMA.
  • Lee, P. et al. (2012)  Incremental Development of Air Quality Forecasting System with
    Off-Line/On-Line Capability: Coupling CMAQ to NCEP NMM, NATO/ITM.
  • Stajner, I., et al.(2012) US National Air Quality Forecast Capability: Expanding
    Coverage to Include Particulate Matter, NATO/ITM.
2011 Upgrades
(NEMS-NMMB Meteorology)
2010 Upgrades
(Alaska, Hawaii Implementation, V4.6, NAM upgrade)

2006  Implementation
vertical coupling, V4.4
2005 System
Eastern U.S., 3X, improved convective mixing
NAM Information

Interim Smoke Forecast Tool (Hysplit)







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