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The AEMET-γSREPS over the Antarctic Peninsula and the impact of kilometric-resolution EPS on logistic activities on the continent
Title: The AEMET-γSREPS over the Antarctic Peninsula and the impact of kilometric-resolution EPS on logistic activities on the continent
Authors: González Herrero, Sergi ORCID RESEARCHERID Autor AEMETCallado, AlfonsAutor AEMETMartínez Sánchez, MauriciaAutor AEMETElvira Montejo, BenitoAutor AEMET
Keywords: AEMET-γSREPS; Antartic Meteorolog; EPS verification
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Copernicus Publications
Citation: Advances in Science and Research. 2020, 17, p. 209-217
Publisher version: https://dx.doi.org/10.5194/asr-17-209-2020
Abstract: Kilometric-resolution Ensemble Prediction Systems (EPSs) will be the new state-of-the-art forecasting tools for short-range prediction in the following decade. Their value will be even greater in Antarctica due to the increasingly demanding weather forecasts for logistic services. During the 2018–2019 austral summer (1 December–31 March), coinciding with the Southern Hemisphere Special Observation Period of the Year of Polar Prediction (YOPP), the 2.5 km AEMET-γSREPS was operationally integrated over the Antarctic Peninsula. In particular, the Antarctic version of γSREPS comes up with crossing four non-hydrostatic convection-permitting NWP models at 2.5 km with three global NWP driving models as boundary conditions. The γSREPS forecasting system has been validated in comparison with ECMWF EPS. It is concluded that γSREPS has an added value to ECMWF EPS due to both its higher resolution and its multi-boundary conditions and multi-NWP model approach. γSREPS performance has a positive impact on logistic activities at research stations and its design may contribute to polar prediction research.
Description: Número monográfico dedicado al "19th EMS Annual Meeting: European Conference for Applied Meteorology and Climatology 2019".
Sponsorship : This research has been supported by the Departament d'Innovació, Universitats i Empresa, Generalitat de Catalunya (grant no. 2017 SGR 1102). Activities of the AEMET Antarctic Program are financially supported by the Ministry of Science of Spain.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11765/12516
ISSN: 1992-0628
1992-0636
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