A Concordiasi workshop was held at NCAR, Boulder, 21-22 October 2011.
This scientific workshop was a large success: many exciting results were presented.
The NCAR/EOL and the local organizers are warmly thanked.
|The 2010 Concordiasi field campaign
|Gravity waves and ozone depletion as observed during Concordiasi
|Results from ozone sensors during Concordiasi
|Microphysical measurements during Concordiasi
|Preliminary results of radio-occulations from Super-pressure balloons
|Performance of the dropsonde system during Concordiasi
|Efficiency of automatic strategies to deploy dropsondes during Concordiasi
|Co-located driftsonde soundings with satellite data, NWP analysis and climate reanalysis products
|Performance of cloud detection and IASI retrievals at high latitudes
|General global model performance over the Southern Pole and Concordiasi data impact at ECMWF
|Impact of Concordiasi Observations- Adjoint-based evaluation in GEOS5 and NOGAPS
|Monitoring model quality from Concordiasi dropsondes, and data impact experiments
|The assimilation of tracer information from super-pressure balloons
|Impact of the modifications of surface properties in the ECMWF system
|Snow-atmosphere processes and coupling at Concordia
|Plans for the use of CONCORDIASI data for the evaluation and improvement of weather and climate simulations over the Antarctic