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by Lac, C., Chaboureau, J.-P., Masson, V., Pinty, J.-P., Tulet, P., Escobar, J., Leriche, M., Barthe, C., Aouizerats, B., Augros, C., Aumond, P., Auguste, F., Bechtold, P., Berthet, S., Bielli, S., Bosseur, F., Caumont, O., Cohard, J.-M., Colin, J., Couvreux, F., Cuxart, J., Delautier, G., Dauhut, T., Ducrocq, V., Filippi, J.-B., Gazen, D., Geoffroy, O., Gheusi, F., Honnert, R., Lafore, J.-P., Lebeaupin Brossier, C., Libois, Q., Lunet, T., Mari, C., Maric, T., Mascart, P., Mogé, M., Molinié, G., Nuissier, O., Pantillon, F., Peyrillé, P., Pergaud, J., Perraud, E., Pianezze, J., Redelsperger, J.-L., Ricard, D., Richard, E., Riette, S., Rodier, Q., Schoetter, R., Seyfried, L., Stein, J., Suhre, K., Taufour, M., Thouron, O., Turner, S., Verrelle, A., Vié, B., Visentin, F., Vionnet, V. and Wautelet, P.
Abstract:
This paper presents the Meso-NH model version 5.4. Meso-NH is an atmospheric non hydrostatic research model that is applied to a broad range of resolutions, from synoptic to turbulent scales, and is designed for studies of physics and chemistry. It is a limited-area model employing advanced numerical techniques, including monotonic advection schemes for scalar transport and fourth-order centered or odd-order WENO advection schemes for momentum. The model includes state-of-the-art physics parameterization schemes that are important to represent convective-scale phenomena and turbulent eddies, as well as flows at larger scales. In addition, Meso-NH has been expanded to provide capabilities for a range of Earth system prediction applications such as chemistry and aerosols, electricity and lightning, hydrology, wildland fires, volcanic eruptions, and cyclones with ocean coupling. Here, we present the main innovations to the dynamics and physics of the code since the pioneer paper of Lafore et al. (1998) and provide an overview of recent applications and couplings.
Reference:
Lac, C., Chaboureau, J.-P., Masson, V., Pinty, J.-P., Tulet, P., Escobar, J., Leriche, M., Barthe, C., Aouizerats, B., Augros, C., Aumond, P., Auguste, F., Bechtold, P., Berthet, S., Bielli, S., Bosseur, F., Caumont, O., Cohard, J.-M., Colin, J., Couvreux, F., Cuxart, J., Delautier, G., Dauhut, T., Ducrocq, V., Filippi, J.-B., Gazen, D., Geoffroy, O., Gheusi, F., Honnert, R., Lafore, J.-P., Lebeaupin Brossier, C., Libois, Q., Lunet, T., Mari, C., Maric, T., Mascart, P., Mogé, M., Molinié, G., Nuissier, O., Pantillon, F., Peyrillé, P., Pergaud, J., Perraud, E., Pianezze, J., Redelsperger, J.-L., Ricard, D., Richard, E., Riette, S., Rodier, Q., Schoetter, R., Seyfried, L., Stein, J., Suhre, K., Taufour, M., Thouron, O., Turner, S., Verrelle, A., Vié, B., Visentin, F., Vionnet, V. and Wautelet, P., 2018: Overview of the Meso-NH model version 5.4 and its applicationsGeoscientific Model Development, 11, 1929-1969.
Bibtex Entry:
@Article{Lac2018,
  author        = {Lac, C. and Chaboureau, J.-P. and Masson, V. and Pinty, J.-P. and Tulet, P. and Escobar, J. and Leriche, M. and Barthe, C. and Aouizerats, B. and Augros, C. and Aumond, P. and Auguste, F. and Bechtold, P. and Berthet, S. and Bielli, S. and Bosseur, F. and Caumont, O. and Cohard, J.-M. and Colin, J. and Couvreux, F. and Cuxart, J. and Delautier, G. and Dauhut, T. and Ducrocq, V. and Filippi, J.-B. and Gazen, D. and Geoffroy, O. and Gheusi, F. and Honnert, R. and Lafore, J.-P. and Lebeaupin Brossier, C. and Libois, Q. and Lunet, T. and Mari, C. and Maric, T. and Mascart, P. and Mog\'e, M. and Molini\'e, G. and Nuissier, O. and Pantillon, F. and Peyrill\'e, P. and Pergaud, J. and Perraud, E. and Pianezze, J. and Redelsperger, J.-L. and Ricard, D. and Richard, E. and Riette, S. and Rodier, Q. and Schoetter, R. and Seyfried, L. and Stein, J. and Suhre, K. and Taufour, M. and Thouron, O. and Turner, S. and Verrelle, A. and Vi\'e, B. and Visentin, F. and Vionnet, V. and Wautelet, P.},
  title         = {Overview of the Meso-NH model version 5.4 and its applications},
  journal       = {Geoscientific Model Development},
  year          = {2018},
  volume        = {11},
  number        = {5},
  pages         = {1929-1969},
  abstract      = {This paper presents the Meso-NH model version 5.4. Meso-NH is an atmospheric non hydrostatic research model that is applied to a broad range of resolutions, from synoptic to turbulent scales, and is designed for studies of physics and chemistry. It is a limited-area model employing advanced numerical techniques, including monotonic advection schemes for scalar transport and fourth-order centered or odd-order WENO advection schemes for momentum. The model includes state-of-the-art physics parameterization schemes that are important to represent convective-scale phenomena and turbulent eddies, as well as flows at larger scales. In addition, Meso-NH has been expanded to provide capabilities for a range of Earth system prediction applications such as chemistry and aerosols, electricity and lightning, hydrology, wildland fires, volcanic eruptions, and cyclones with ocean coupling. Here, we present the main innovations to the dynamics and physics of the code since the pioneer paper of Lafore et al. (1998) and provide an overview of recent applications and couplings.},
  copublication = {61: 61 Fr},
  doi           = {10.5194/gmd-11-1929-2018},
  owner         = {hymexw},
  timestamp     = {2019-01-25},
  url           = {https://www.geosci-model-dev.net/11/1929/2018/},
}