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These courses aim to provide basic education on the most important biological, chemical and physical mechanisms in atmospheric science and how to implement these processes numerically in atmospheric models with the main target to educate the "Next Generation of Atmospheric Modellers" for the Nordic modelling community.

On the course, everyone will program an atmospheric boundary layer model with chemistry and aerosol dynamics, including: equations of flow for the atmospheric boundary layer with the first order turbulence closure, 1-dimensional column model + numerical solution, emissions of biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOC) from vegetation, modelling of chemical kinetics by systems of differential equations, deposition of aerosols and numerical solutions for aerosol formation and growth. The model will be coded in Fortran 95.

Three courses on "First steps in atmospheric modelling" will be given as 12-days intensive research courses in the summers of 2016, 2017 and 2018 at Lund (Sweden), Aarhus (Denmark) and Hyytiälä (Finland), respectively. The courses are funded by Nordic eScience Globalisation Initiative (NeGI) and financial supported by the ABS network (Atmosphere-Biosphere Studies), the ATM-DP doctoral Programme at the University of Helsinki and eSTICC (eScience tools for investigating climate change).

 

Course in Hyytiälä: 4-15 of June 2018:

Announcement 

Registration 


Course Material

01_Introduction.pdf

02_Fortran.pdf

03_BoundaryLayer.pdf

04_AdvancedTechniques.pdf

05_Chemistry_1.pdf

05_Chemistry_2.pdf

05_Chemistry_3.pdf

06_Emissions.pdf

07_Applications_of_the_1D_model.pdf

08_ESM.pdf

09_Aerosol_I.pdf

09_Aerosol_II.pdf

10_AerosolDeposition.pdf

11_Career.pdf

12_Results.pdf

Pictures from previous courses:

Aarhus, Denmark, June 2017

Lund, Sweden, June 2016

Nanjing, China, December 2014

Lund, Sweden, June 2013


Feedback from the students (collected anonym):

Aarhus, Denmark, June 2017

Lund, Sweden, June 2016


 



 

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