Bretherton research group and collaborators
Jan. 2018 (left to right): Matthew Woelfle, Isabel McCoy (joint. w
Rob), Matt Wyant, Peter Blossey, Sean Santos, Hans Mohrmann (joint. w
Rob), Xiaoli Zhou, Jeremy McGibbon, Rachel Atlas, Noah Brenowitz, Beth
Sutherland, Ping-Ping Narenpitak, Chris Bretherton.
Narenpitak (Atm. Sci.):
Near-global cloud-resolving model analysis of cloud feedback,
cumulus convection, and cumulus parameterization
- Jeremy McGibbon (Atm. Sci.):
Improving a higher-order turbulence closure parameterization using
Atlas (Atm. Sci.):
Large-eddy simulation of mixed phase cloud and cloud-aerosol
interaction over the Southern Ocean
Development of robust numerical discretizations of microphysics
parameterizations in the Community Atmosphere Model
Nugent (Atm. Sci.): Analysis of global cloud resolving
simulations of deep convection over land
Jointly supervised graduate students
- Sami Turbeville (with Ackerman)
- Isabel McCoy (with Wood)
- Hans Mohrmann (with Wood)
- Noah Brenowitz: Machine learning to develop stochastic
cumulus parameterizations for weather forecast and climate models.
- Xiaoli Zhou: Simulation and observation of mesoscale
cloud organization and transitions from stratocumulus to cumulus convection.
Funded collaborating PIs:
- Southern Ocean Atmosphere Research (SOCRATES, MARCUS):
- Rob Wood, UW
- Roj Marchand, UW
- Greg McFarquhar, U. Oklahoma
- Bob Rauber and Sonia Lasher-Trapp, U. Illinois
- Paul DeMott, Colo. State U.
- Andrew Gettelman, NCAR
- Yi Ming, GFDL
- Alain Protat, Australian BOM
- Steve Siems and Yi Huang, Monash U.
- DOE CM4 CMDV (shallow cumulus modeling; Jeremy McGibbon PhD thesis):
- David Romps, UC Berkeley/LBL
- Andy Vogelmann and Pavlos Kollias, Brookhaven Natl. Labs
- Charles Jackson, UT Austin
- Numerical convergence of E3SM Microphysics (Sean Santos PhD thesis)
- NCEP GFS boundary-layer parameterization development
- Mike Pritchard, UC Irvine
- Marat Khairoutdinov, Stony Brook U.
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