Developing a research strategy to better understand, observe and simulate urban atmospheric processes at kilometre to sub-kilometre scales

J. F. Barlow, M Best, S. I. Bohnenstengel, P Clark, C. S B Grimmond, H Lean, A Christen, S Emeis, M Haeffelin, I Harman, A Lemonsu , A Martilli, E Pardyjak, M Rotach, S Ballard, I Boutle, Xiaoming Cai, M Carpentieri, O Coceal, S Di SabatinoJ Dou, D Drew, J. M. Edwards, J Fallmann, K Fortuniak, J Gornall, T Gronemeier, C. H. Halios, D Hertwig, K Hirano, A. A. M. Holtslag, Z Luo, G Mills, M Nakayoshi, K. H. Schlünzen, S Smith, L Soulhac, G.-J. Steeneveld, T Sun, N. Theeuwes, D Thomson, J. A. Voogt, H Ward, Z.-T. Xie, Jian Zhong

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Abstract

A Met Office/Natural Environment Research Council Joint Weather and Climate Research Programme workshop brought together 50 key international scientists from the UK and international community to formulate the key requirements for an Urban Meteorological Research strategy. The workshop was jointly organised by University of Reading and the Met Office.
Original languageEnglish
JournalBulletin of the American Meteorological Society
Early online date30 Oct 2017
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 30 Oct 2017

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