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Verification of Fleet Numerical Weather Central wave analyses by William Harvey Massicot

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English


  • Oceanography

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'Numerical Weather and Climate Prediction is an excellent book for those who want a comprehensive introduction to numerical modeling of the atmosphere and Earth system, whether their interest is in weather forecasting, climate modeling, Cited by: Numerical weather prediction (NWP) uses mathematical models of the atmosphere and oceans to predict the weather based on current weather conditions. Though first attempted in the s, it was not until the advent of computer simulation in the s that numerical weather predictions produced realistic results. A number of global and regional forecast models are run in different . Fleet Numerical Weather Facility was established in In , Fleet Numerical Weather Facility moved from NPS to its current location. In , the current title Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center (FNMOC) was adopted. In , Fleet Numerical was realigned under Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (NMOC).Branch: United States Navy. Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) Model Verification The Canadian Meteorological Centre (CMC) calculates verification statistics on a daily basis for its suite of NWP systems. Statistics for the GEM model of the Regional and Global Deterministic Prediction Systems are calculated according to strictly defined WMO standards for scores against.

weather and wave prediction model configuration at Numerical Weather Prediction Division (NWPD/KMA). In section 3, we discuss the verification results of sea surface wind and wave. The global moored buoy data including the coastal ones File Size: 1MB. FNMOC Meteorology Products. Global &Regional Weather and Wave Prediction Charts (WXMAP / WW3) Ensemble Forecast Charts; Ensemble Verification Metrics. Forecast verification can be either an objective or subjective analysis of how well your forecast is compared to the actual conditions that occur. If a forecast does not have a fair verification it may be either because it is too general or too specific. Routine comparisons of wave forecast data from different models were first informally established in They were intended to provide a mechanism for assessing the quality of operational wave forecast model output. The comparisons were based on an exchange of model analysis and forecast data at the locations of in-situ observations of significant wave height, wave period .

implementing it into numerical shells of the well known wind wave models: WAM and WAVEWATCH. Procedures of testing and verification are presented and described in details. The superiority of the proposed new source function in accuracy and speed of calculations is shown. The national numerical weather prediction system of Vietnam is presented and evaluated. The system is based on three main models, namely, the Japanese Global Spectral Model, the US Global Forecast System, and the US Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model. The global forecast products have been received at and degree horizontal resolution, Cited by: 3. Fleet Numerical Atmospheric & Oceanographic Prediction Enabling Fleet Safety and Decision Superiority • U.S. Navy climatology support was established in Asheville, NC. • Navy climatology support was realigned and given the title Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Detachment (FNMOD) Asheville. Co-located withFile Size: KB. Slide 7 JCOMM Wave Forecast Verification Project: European Centre for Medium range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), the Met Office, UK, (MO), Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Centre, USA, (FNMOC), Meteorological Service of Canada, Canada, (MSC), National Centers for Environmental Prediction, USA, (NCEP), Météo France, France, (MF), Deutscher .