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題名:Weather and Climate Research in Taiwan: Potential Application of GPS/MET Data    
著者:Chun-Chieh WuHung-Chi KuoHuang-Hsiung HsuBen Jong-Dao Jou
出版地區:台灣
出版城市:台北市
學科:地球科學
關鍵字:COSMIC ; GPS/MET ; East Asian climate ; Heavy rainfall system ; Typhoon ; 3DVAR ; and 4DVAR
刊名:Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
卷期:11卷1期(2000.3)
頁碼:211-234
語言:英語
摘要: 英文摘要PDF

Meteorological research in Taiwan mainly includes the East Asian climate, the heavy rainfall system (Mei-Yu front) and the typhoon research. In addition to these research components, an operational center on numerical weather prediction is actively run at the Central Weather Bureau. There are strong collaborations between Taiwan and the international meteorology communities. The COSMIC program in Taiwan is a new Taiwan-U.S. joint program designed to launch eight low-earth-orbiting satellites in 2004 for GPS/MET soundings. Accurate profiles of temperature and water vapor in the troposphere are essential for the meteorological research in Taiwan. Low-level moisture convergence is important for the maintenance of the monsoon system Moisture convergence also plays an important role in the formation and maintenance of the heavy rainfall events in the Mei-Yu frontal system. For an accurate typhoon track and intensity prediction, an accurate analysis of atmospheric flow field as well as an accurate representation of heating profile in the typhoon model is required. This means better data on the wind, file in the typhoon model is required. This means better data on the wind, the temperature and, in particular, the moisture field are needed for improved research. With the potential for providing temperature and moisture information at high vertical resolution, the GPS/MET technique may make a significant contribution to meteorological studies in Taiwan. The GPS/MET soundings available from COSMIC provide an excellent opportunity for meteorological research in Taiwan. Preparation work has to be done in Taiwan to take a full advantage of GPS/MET data associated with the launching of COSMIC. A powerful computing facility is required to meet the time constraint for the operational data assimilation in numerical weather prediction (NWP). Procedures for the reception, distribution and archiving of the GPS/MET data, the procedures for quality control of the data flow, as well as the 3D and 4D-variational data assimilation systems for assimilation of GPS/MET data on both regional and global scales, need to be developed at the Central Weather Bureau. The assimilation schemes should also incorporate the GPS/MET data with other types of remote sensing observations, as well as other conventional observations. The observational and background error covariances need to be developed. It is also important to assess the impact of GPS/MET data on the NWP and to demonstrate the added value relative to other data sets. Carefully designed assimilation experiments need to be performed to verify the usefulness of GPS/MET soundings. It is intriguing to conduct a field experiment during the Mei-Yu or typhoon season to validate the GPS/MET soundings during the initial in-orbit operations of COSMIC. Finally, it is crucial to set up a well-equipped COSMIC data center in Taiwan.


    

本卷期目次
Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences 11卷1期 (2000.3)
A History of GPS Sounding/ Thomas P. YunckChao-Han LiuRandolph Ware
Applications of COSMIC to Meteorology and Climate/ Richard A. AnthesChristian RockenYing-Hwa Kuo
Assimilation of GPS Radio Occultation Data for Numerical Weather Prediction/ Ying-Hwa KuoSergey V. SokolovskiyRichard A. AnthesFrancois Vandenberghe
The Application of COSMIC Data to Global Change Research/ Stephen S. LeroyGerald R. North
COSMIC System Description/ Christian RockenYing-Hwa KuoWilliam S. SchreinerDoug HuntSergey SokolovskiyChris McCormick
Weather and Climate Research in Taiwan: Potential Application of GPS/MET Data/ Chun-Chieh WuHung-Chi KuoHuang-Hsiung HsuBen Jong-Dao Jou
COSMIC GPS Ionospheric Sensing and Space Weather/ George A. HajjLou C. LeeXiao-Qing PiLarry J. RomansWilliam S. SchreinerPaul R. StrausChun-Ming Wang
The Tiny Ionospheric Photometer: An Instrument for Measuring Ionospheric Gradients for the COSMIC Constellation/ Kenneth F. DymondJan Bai NeeRonald J. Thomas
Atmospheric Studies with the Tri-Band Beacon Instrument on the COSMIC Constellation/ Paul A. BernhardtCraig A. SelcherSanti BasuGary BustSteven C. Reising
The Causes and Effects of Adverse Space Weather/ Jih-Kwin ChaoLou-Chuang Lee
A Tomographic Study of Seasonal Variations of the Equatorial Anomaly in the Asian Sector/ Wei-Hsiung TsaiLin-Fu HuangMei-Feng ChenChao-Han Liu
Modeling and Ground Observations of the Ionosphere Related to the COSMIC Project/ Jann-Yenq LiuYen-Hsyang ChuMing-Quey ChenLung-Chih TsaiChien-Ming Huang
COSMIC: Geodetic Applications in Improving Earth's Gravity Model/ Benjamin F. ChaoErricos C. PavlisCheinway HwangChi-Ching LiuC. K. ShumChing-Liang TsengMing Yang
The GPS Radio Occultation Technique/ E. Robert KursinskiGeorge A. HajjStephen S. LeroyBenjamin Herman
 
   
 
   

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