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Cecile Hannay

Cécile Hannay
1850 Table Mesa Drive, Boulder CO 80305
Phone: 303-497-1327 Fax: 303-497-1348 Email: hannay@ucar.edu


WORK EXPERIENCE
2007-Present: Associate Scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder.
Position: Atmospheric Model Working Group (AMWG) Science Liaison
- Support model activities conducted for the AMWG (100+ person activity).
- Support development of the Community Atmospheric Model (CAM).
- Share CAM development results with the community (through webpages and presentations at conferences/workshops).
- Simulations and analysis of climate runs and short-term forecasts to assess new parameterizations in CAM.
- Implementation and testing of scientific code for analysis and simulations.
- Assist the CESM community in all aspects of using the CAM (running the model, science questions, experiments designs).
- Maintenance of the AMWG diagnostics tools.
- Preparation and teaching of CESM and CAM tutorials at NCAR and other institutions (Los Alamos, Stockholm, Taipei).

2004-2007: Associate Scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder.
Main interest: Representation of clouds in large-scale models.
- Performed simulations and detailed analysis of forecasts to assess various cloud regimes in climate models.
- Detailed comparison of the NCAR and GFDL models in subsidence regimes.
- Responsible for coordination and support of climate simulations for the Climate Process Team (CPT) on Low Latitude Cloud Feedbacks on Climate Sensitivity.
- Maintains a web site for CPT participants.  

2001-2004: Associate Scientist at the Climate Diagnostics Center, Boulder.
Main interest: Sub-grid scale variability of cloud water in large-scale models
- Detailed analysis of Cloud Resolving Model (CRM) simulations of deep convection to characterize internal variability of clouds and water.
- Simulation of shallow convection cloud fields with a Large Eddy Simulation (LES) model.
- Study of 3D radiative transfer effects using Monte Carlo computations.
- Simulation of global climate with the global atmospheric model developed at the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL).
- Design, implementation and testing of scientific code for analysis and simulations, in Fortran 90 on Unix workstations and distributed Linux clusters.

1999-2001: Research Assistant at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.
Main interest: Simulation of Arctic clouds
- Simulations of Arctic climate with the Single-Column Model of the Community Climate Model (CCM3)
- Evaluation of cloud parameterization over the Arctic and sensitivity studies to cloud microphysics.
- Designed scripts in Matlab and GrADS for climatological data analysis and model output analysis.
- Designed, wrote and tested programs in C, Fortran 77 and Fortran 90 on Unix workstation and PC.

1990-1998: Associate Scientist at the University of Liège, Belgium.
Main interest: Experimental physics
- Implementation and testing of a test bench for calorimetric studies of electric vehicle's batteries.
- Recording and analysis of absorption spectra.
- Design and implementation of a texturing method of superconductors in a magnetic field.



SKILLS

- Experience in running models (e.g. Large-scale models, single column model, LES model, Monte Carlo simulations).
- Demonstrated experience with large climatological data sets and model outputs.
- Extensive experience in designing and implementing functions in Fortran 90.
- Broad experience with UNIX machines, including design of shell scripts.
- Knowledge of graphical and statistical packages (e.g. Matlab, ncl).
- Background in web design development.


EDUCATION
2001 Master's degree in Atmospheric Science. University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Thesis: Single Column Model Simulations of Arctic Cloudiness and Surface Radiative Fluxes during the SHEBA Experiment.

1990 Bachelor's degree in Physics, with thesis. University of Liège, Belgium.
Thesis topic: Paradoxes resulting from the Irreversibility in Physics.



PUBLICATIONS
J E Kay, V Yettella, B Medeiros, C Hannay, and P Cadwell. Global climate impacts of fixing the Southern Ocean shortwave radiation bias in the Community Earth System Model (CESM) Submitted to J Climate. [Manuscript]

D L Williamson, J G Olson, C Hannay, T Toniazzo, M Taylor, V Yudin (2015) Energy considerations in the Community Atmosphere Model (CAM). Accepted with minor revisions in JAMES. [Manuscript]

P K Xavier, J C Petch, N P Klingaman, S J Woolnough, X Jiang, D E Waliser, M Caian, S M Hagos, C Hannay, D Kim, J Cole, T Miyakawa, M Pritchard, R Roehrig, E Shindo, F Vitart, and H Wang (2015) Vertical structure and diabatic processes of the Madden-Julian Oscillation: Biases and uncertainties at short range. Accepted for publication in Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmosphere. DOI: 10.1002/2014JD022718 [Manuscript]

N P Klingaman, J C Petch, S J Woolnough, X Jiang, D E Waliser, M Caian, S M Hagos, C Hannay, D Kim, J Cole, T Miyakawa, M Pritchard, R Roehrig, E Shindo, F Vitart, and H Wang (2015) Vertical structure and physical processes of the Madden-Julian oscillation: Linking hindcast fidelity to simulated diabatic heating and moistening. Accepted with for publications in Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmosphere. DOI: 10.1002/2014JD022374 [Manuscript]

X Jiang, D E Waliser, P K Xavier, J Petch, N P Klingaman, S J Woolnough, B Guan, G Bellon, T Crueger, C DeMott, C Hannay, H Lin, W Hu, D Kim, C-L Lappen, M-M Lu, H-Y Ma, T Miyakawa, J A Ridout, S D Schubert, J Scinocca, K-H Seo, E Shindo, X Song, C Stan, W-L Tseng, W Wang, T Wu, X Wu, K Wyser, G J Zhang, and H Zhu, 2014 (2015) Vertical Structure and Physical Processes of the Madden-Julian Oscillation: Exploring Key Model Physics in Climate Simulations. Accepted for publication in Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmosphere. DOI: 10.1002/2014JD022375 [Manuscript]

K A Reed, J T Bacmeister, N A Rosenbloom, M F Wehner,S C Bates, P H Lauritzen, J E Truesdale, and C Hannay (2015) Impact of the dynamical core on the direct simulation of tropical cyclones in a high-resolution global model. Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, doi:10.1002/2015GL063974. [Manuscript]

A Matus, T S L'Ecuyer, J E Kay, J-F Lamarque, and C Hannay, (2015) Insights into the Role of Clouds in Modifying Global Aerosol Direct Radiative Effects from Spaceborne Active Sensors. J Climate. doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-14-00426.1, in press. [Manuscript]

J E Kay et al. (2015) The Community Earth System Model (CESM) Large Ensemble Project: A Community Resource for Studying Climate Change in the Presence of Internal Climate Variability Accepted for publication in BAMS. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-13-00255.1 [Manuscript]

M C Wyant, C S Bretherton, R Wood, G R Carmichael, A Clarke, J Fast, R George, W I Gustafson, C Hannay, A Lauer, Y Lin, J-J Morcrette, J Mulcahy, P E Saide, S N Spak, and Q Yang (2015) Global and regional modeling of clouds and aerosols in the marine boundary layer during VOCALS: The VOCA Intercomparison. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 15, 153-172, doi:10.5194/acp-15-153-2015, [Manuscript]

R Wood, et al. (2014) Clouds, Aerosol, and Precipitation in the Marine Boundary Layer: An ARM Mobile Facility Deployment. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 96, 419-440. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-13-00180.1. [Manuscript]

H Xiao, R Mechoso, R Sun, J Han, H-L Pan, S Park, C Hannay, C Bretherton, J Teixeira (2014) Diagnosis of the Marine Low Cloud Simulation in the NCAR Community Earth System Model (CESM) and the NCEP Global Forecast System (GFS). Climate Dynamics, Volume 43, Issue 3-4, pp 737-752 [Manuscript]

J T Bacmeister, R B Neale, A Gettelman, C Hannay, P H Lauritzen, J Caron, J E Truesdale, and M Wehner (2014). Exploratory High-Resolution Climate Simulations using the Community Atmosphere Model (CAM). J. Climate, 27, 3073-3099. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-13-00387.1 [Manuscript]

Minghua Zhang et al., (2013). CGILS: First Results from an International Project to Understand the Physical Mechanisms of Low Cloud Feedbacks in General Circulation Models. JAMES, 5, doi:10.1002/2013MS000246 [Manuscript]

Kopparla, P., E. Fischer, C. Hannay, and R. Knutti (2013), Improved simulation of extreme precipitation in a high-resolution atmosphere model, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, doi:10.1002/2013GL057866 [Manuscript]

J Lindvall, G Svensson, C Hannay (2013). Evaluation of near-surface parameters in the two versions of the 2 atmospheric model in CESM1 using flux station observations. J. Climate, 26, 26-44, [Manuscript]

B. Medeiros, D L Williamson, C Hannay, J Olson. (2012) Southeast Pacific stratocumulus in the Community Atmosphere Model. J. Climate, 25, 6175-6192, [Manuscript]

Liu, X., Easter, R. C., Ghan, S. J., Zaveri, R., Rasch, P., Shi, X., Lamarque, J.-F., Gettelman, A., Morrison, H., Vitt, F., Conley, A., Park, S., Neale, R., Hannay, C., Ekman, A. M. L., Hess, P., Mahowald, N., Collins, W., Iacono, M. J., Bretherton, C. S., Flanner, M. G., and Mitchell, D. (2012). Toward a minimal representation of aerosol direct and indirect effects: model description and evaluation Geosci. Model Dev. Discuss., 4, 3485-3598 [Manuscript]

J. Teixeira, et al. (2011) Tropical and sub-tropical cloud transitions in weather and climate prediction models: the GCSS/WGNE Pacific Cross-section Intercomparison (GPCI). J. Climate, 24, 5223-5256. [Manuscript]

Wyant, M. C., Wood, R., Bretherton, C. S., Mechoso, C. R., Bacmeister, J., Balmaseda, M. A., Barrett, B., Codron, F., Earnshaw, P., Fast, J., Hannay, C., Kaiser, J. W., Kitagawa, H., Klein, S. A., Köhler, M., Manganello, J., Pan, H.-L., Sun, F., Wang, S., and Wang, Y. (2009) The PreVOCA Experiment: Modeling the lower troposphere in the Southeast Pacific. Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 9, 23909-23953. [Manuscript]

Cécile Hannay, David L Williamson, James J Hack, Jeffrey T Kiehl, Jerry G Olson, Stephen A Klein, Christopher S Bretherton, and Martin Koehler (2009), Evaluation of Forecasted Southeast Pacific Stratocumulus in the NCAR, GFDL and ECMWF Models. J. Climate, 22, 2871-2889. [Manuscript]

Brian E Mapes, Julio Bacmeister, Marat Khairoutdinov, Cécile Hannay, Ming Zhao (2009), Virtual Field campaigns on deep tropical convection in climate models. J. Climate, 22, 244-257. [Manuscript]

Jeff Kiehl and Cécile Hannay (2006), Climate Process Team (CPT): Low-Latitude Cloud Feedbacks on Climate Sensitivity. [NCAR Report]

Robert Pincus, Cécile Hannay, and K. Franklin Evans (2005), The accuracy of determining three-dimensional radiative transfer effects in cumulus clouds using ground-based profiling instruments, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 62, 2284-2293. [pdf preprint]

Robert Pincus, Cécile Hannay, Stephen A. Klein, and Kuan-Man Xu (2005), Overlap assumptions for assumed-PDF cloud schemes in large scale models, Journal of Geophysical Research, doi:10.1029/2004JD005100 [pdf preprint]

Stephen A. Klein, Robert Pincus, Cécile Hannay, and Kuan-Man Xu (2005), How might a statistical cloud scheme be coupled to a mass-flux convection scheme ?, Journal of Geophysical Research, doi:10.1029/2004JD005017. [pdf preprint]

Cécile Hannay, Robert Pincus, K. Frank Evans (2004), Estimating Three-Dimensional Cloudy Radiative Transfer Effects from Time-Height Cross Sections, Fourteenth ARM Science Team Meeting, March 22 to 26, 2004, Albuquerque, New Mexico. [pdf preprint]

Christian Jakob, Robert Pincus, Cécile Hannay, and Kuan-Man Xu (2004), The use of cloud radar observations for model evaluation: A probabilistic approach, Journal of Geophysical Research, doi:10.1029/2003JD003473. [pdf preprint]

Robert Pincus, Stephen A. Klein, Cécile Hannay, Kuan-Man Xu (2002) Representing cloud vertical structure in large-scale models. Proceedings of the GCSS Workshop on the Representation of Cloud Systems in Large Scale Models, Kananaskis, Alberta, 2002.

Cécile Hannay, Uma S. Bhatt (2002) Simulations of Arctic Cloudiness. Global Glimpses, Volume 10, No. 1, [pdf preprint]

Cécile Hannay, Uma S. Bhatt, Jerry Harrington (2001) Single-Column Model Simulations of Arctic Cloudiness and Surface Radiative Fluxes during the Surface Energy Budget of Arctic (SHEBA) experiment. Proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Polar Meteorology and oceanography, May 14-18, 2001, San Diego, California.



PRESENTATIONS
Cécile Hannay, Julio Bacmeister, Rich Neale and John Truesdale (2015), Bias corrected timeslice runs. 20th Annual CESM Workshop, Breckenridge, Colorado, June 15-18 2015. [Poster]

Cécile Hannay and Rich Neale (2015), CAM5.4 simulations: the good, the bad and the ugly. 20th Annual CESM Workshop, Breckenridge, Colorado, June 15-18 2015. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Julio Bacmeister, Rich Neale and John Truesdale (2015), Bias corrected timeslice runs. ACME PI Meeting, Tysons, Virginia, May 5-7, 2015 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay and Rich Neale (2015), Update on the CAM family. CGD Research Reports, Boulder, Colorado, April 30, 2015 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Julio Bacmeister, Rich Neale, John Truesdale, Kevin Reed, and Andrew Gettelman. (2014), High resolution climate simulations with CESM: What does the high resolution buy us? Community Earth System Model (CESM) Tutorial, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, 11-15 August 2014 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay and Charles Jackson (2014), Coupled Model Initialization and Tuning 19th Annual CESM Workshop, Breckenridge, Colorado, June 16-19 2014. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Julio Bacmeister, Richard Neale, John Truesdale, and Andrew Gettelman (2014), Results from high-resolution CAM simulations ? 19th Annual CESM Workshop, Breckenridge, Colorado, June 16-19 2014. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Julio Bacmeister, Richard Neale, John Truesdale, Andrew Gettelman and Brian O'Neill (2014), Can high resolution climate simulations with the Community Atmospheric Model (CAM) offer a new perspective on 21st century mitigation scenarios ? EGU General Assembly, Vienna, April 27- May 2, 2014 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Rich Neale, Joe Tribbia, Keith Lindsay and Gokhan Danabasoglu (2014), Coupled Simulations with CAM5.3. Ocean Spinup in CESM: Is it dycore dependant ? Atmosphere Model Working Group (AMWG) Meeting, Boulder, 10-12 February, 2014. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Rich Neale, Joe Tribbia, Keith Lindsay and Gokhan Danabasoglu (2014), Ocean Spinup in CESM. Current issues and discussion. Ocean Model Working Group (OMWG) Meeting, Boulder, 16-17 January, 2014.

Cécile Hannay, Rich Neale, Gokhan Danabasoglu, and Andy Mai (2013), Little stories about CESM initialization. CGD Research Reports, Boulder, 7 November, 2013.

Cécile Hannay et al. (2013), Results from CAM-SE AMIP and coupled simulations. Community Earth System Model (CESM) Workshop, 17 - 20 June 2013, Breckenridge, Colorado. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay (2013), Tuning the Community Atmosphere Model (CAM). Community Earth System Model (CESM) Tutorial, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, 25-29 March, 2013.

Cécile Hannay (2013), Atmospheric modeling and the Community Atmospheric Model (CAM). Community Earth System Model (CESM) Tutorial, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, 25-29 March, 2013.

Cécile Hannay, Mark Taylor, Peter Lauritzen, Sungsu Park, Julio Bacmeister, Joe Tribbia, Rich Neale, (2013), Update on CAM development. Recent activities and near-term priorities. Atmosphere Model Working Group (AMWG) Meeting, Boulder, 11-13 February, 2013. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay (2013), Update on CAM and the AMWG. Recent activities. CGD Research Reports, Boulder, 24 January, 2013.

Cécile Hannay (2012), Update on CAM and the AMWG. Recent activities and near-term priorities. SSC meeting Boulder, 31 October, 2012.

Cécile Hannay, Rich Neale and Julio Bacmeister (2012), High resolution simulations with CAM: Sensitivity of precipitation to model resolution and its implication for climate change studies. 17th Annual CESM Workshop, Breckenridge, 18-21 June 2012 [Poster]

Cécile Hannay, Rich Neale and Julio Bacmeister (2012), Running CAM at High Resolution. What does the resolution buy us ? Summer school on Climate Modeling, University of Stockholm, Stockholm, 28 May 2012. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay (2012), Runnning CESM: An overview. Summer school on Climate Modeling, University of Stockholm, Stockholm, 21 May 2012. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Rich Neale and Julio Bacmeister (2012), Running CAM at High Resolution. What does the resolution buy us ? CGD Research Reports, Boulder, 23 February 2012. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Rich Neale and Julio Bacmeister (2012), Timeslice Experiments at High Resolution. What does the resolution buy us ? AMWG Meeting, Boulder, 1-3 February 2012. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay et al. (2012), What's new in the AMWG diagnostics package ? AMWG Meeting, Boulder, 1-3 February 2012. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Rich Neale and Julio Bacmeister (2012), High Resolution Climate Simulations with the Community Atmospheric Model (CAM) AMS 92th meeting, New Orleans, 22-26 January 2012. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay and Rich Neale (2011), AMWG simulations. 16th CESM Workshop, Breckenridge, 20 - 23 June 2011 [Poster]

Cécile Hannay, Rich Neale, Andrew Gettelman, Jennifer Kay, Sungsu Park, Xiaohong Liu, Steve Ghan, Phil Rasch, and Jinho Yoon (2011), The CAM5.1 release and coupled simulations. 16th CESM Workshop, Breckenridge, 20 - 23 June 2011 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay (2011), Atmospheric modeling and the Community Atmospheric Model (CAM) CESM tutorial, Los Alamos, April 25-29, 2011 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay and Rich Neale (2011), CESM1-CAM5.1 degree coupled simulations CGD Research Reports. March 24, 2011 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay and Rich Neale (2011), CESM1-CAM5.1 degree coupled simulation. AMWG Meeting, Boulder, 14-16 February 2011 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Dave Williamson, Rich Neale, Jerry Olson, Dennis Shea (2011), Evaluating Community Atmospheric Model (CAM) forecasts against satellite data along the GCSS Pacific cross-section. AMS 91st Meeting, Seattle, 23-27 January 2011 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Dave Williamson, Rich Neale, Jerry Olson, Dennis Shea (2010), Evaluating the Community Atmospheric Model (CAM) against satellite data during YOTC. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 13-17 December, 2010 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay (2010), Standalone simulations: CAM3, CAM4 and CAM5. 15th Annual CESM Workshop, Breckenridge, June 28 - July 1, 2010 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Minghua Zhang, and John Truesdale (2010), Single Column Simulations:Preliminary results for CAM4 and CAM5. CGILS Meeting, Stony Brook, Long Island, March 1-2, 2010

Cécile Hannay, Dave Williamson, Rich Neale, Jerry Olson, and Dennis Shea (2010), Evaluating parameterized variables in the Community Atmospheric Model along the GCSS Pacific cross-section. AMWG Meeting, Boulder, February 10-12, 2010 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay et al. (2010), CAM standalone development simulations. AMWG Meeting, Boulder, February 10-12, 2010 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Dave Williamson, Rich Neale, Jerry Olson, and Dennis Shea (2009), Evaluating parameterized variables in the Community Atmospheric Model along the GCSS Pacific cross-section during YOTC. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 14-18, 2009 [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Dave Williamson, Jerry Olson, Rich Neale, Sungsu Park and Phil Rasch (2009) Water vapor budgets in Track 1 and Track 5. CCSM Meeting, June 15-18, 2009, Breckenridge, Colorado. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay et al (2009), An overview of recent CAM developments. AMWG Meeting, March 2-4 2009, Boulder, Colorado. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Dave Williamson, Jerry Olson, Chris Bretherton, Sungsu Park , Matt Wyant and Martin Koehler (2008), Using satellite and in-situ observations to evaluate short-term forecasts of cloud-topped boundary layers with the Community Atmospheric Model. AGU Fall meeting, 15-19 December 2008, San Francisco, California.

Cécile Hannay, Dave Williamson, Jerry Olson, Rich Neale, Yaga Richter, Andrew Gettelman, Hugh Morrison, Sungsu Park, Chris Bretherton and Joao Teixeira (2008), Evaluating parameterized variables in CAM forecasts against satellite data along the GCSS Pacific cross-section. AGU Fall meeting, 15-19 December 2008, San Francisco, California.

Cécile Hannay (2008), Challenges in the tuning of the CAM. CGD Research Reports, December 4 2008, Boulder, Colorado.

Cécile Hannay, Dave Williamson, Jerry Olson, Rich Neale, Andrew Gettelman, Hugh Morrison, Sungsu Park and Chris Bretherton (2008), Short Term forecasts along the GCSS Pacific Cross-section: Evaluating new Parameterizations in the Community Atmospheric Model. 13th Annual CCSM Workshop, 17-19 June 2008, Breckenridge, Colorado.

Cécile Hannay, Dave Williamson, Jerry Olson, Rich Neale, Andrew Gettelman, Hugh Morrison, Sungsu Park and Chris Bretherton (2008), Short Term forecasts along the GCSS Pacific Cross-section: Evaluating new Parameterizations in the Community Atmospheric Model. 4th PAN-GCSS Meeting on advances in modeling and observing clouds and convection, 2-6 June 2008, Toulouse, France. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay (2007), Forecasts of Southeast Pacific Stratocumulus with the NCAR, GFDL and ECMWF Models. CGD Research Reports, November 11 2007, Boulder, Colorado.

Cécile Hannay, Dave Williamson, Jim Hack, Jeff Kiehl, Jerry Olson, Chris Bretherton, Steve Klein and Martin Koehler (2007), Forecasts of the East Pacific Investigation of Climate (EPIC) column with the NCAR, GFDL and ECMWF Models, 12th Annual CCSM Workshop, 19-21 June 2007, Breckenridge, Colorado. [Poster]

Cécile Hannay, Dave Williamson, Jim Hack, Jeff Kiehl, Jerry Olson, Chris Bretherton, Steve Klein and Martin Koehler (2007), Forecasts of Southeast Pacific Stratocumulus with the NCAR, GFDL and ECMWF Models, 3rd WGNE Workshop on Systematic Errors in Climate and NWP Models, February 12-16, 2007, San Francisco, California. [Poster]

Cécile Hannay, Dave Williamson, Jerry Olson, Jim Hack and Jeff Kiehl (2007), Sensitivity to the CAM candidate schemes in climate and forecast runs along the Pacific Cross-section, CCSM Atmosphere Model Working Group (AMWG) Meeting, 29-31 January 2007, NCAR, Boulder, Colorado. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Jeff Kiehl, Dave Williamson, Jerry Olson, Jim Hack, Richard Neale and Chris Bretherton (2006), Sensitivity to the PBL and convective schemes in forecasts with CAM along the Pacific Cross-section, Joint GCSS-GPCI/BLCL-RICO Workshop, 18-21 September 2006, NASA/GISS, New York. [Presentation]

Cécile Hannay, Jeff Kiehl, Dave Williamson, Jerry Olson, Jim Hack, and Chris Bretherton (2006), Forecast simulations of Southeast Pacific Stratocumulus with CAM3 and CAM3-UW. 11th Annual CCSM Workshop, 20-22 June 2006, Breckenridge, Colorado. [Poster]

Cécile Hannay (2006), Forecast runs for a Pacific Cross-section. CGD Research Reports, January 19 2006, Boulder, Colorado.

Cécile Hannay, Jeffrey Kiehl, James Hack, Ping Zhu and Karen Shell (2005), Cloud diagnostics in subsidence regions: comparison of the NCAR and GFDL models versus observations and reanalysis, 3rd PAN-GCSS meeting on Clouds, Climate and Models,16-20 May 2005, Athens, Greece. [Talk and Poster]

Cécile Hannay, Robert Pincus, K. Frank Evans (2004), Estimating Three-Dimensional Cloudy Radiative Transfer Effects from Time-Height Cross Sections, Fourteenth ARM Science Team Meeting, March 22 to 26, 2004, Albuquerque, New Mexico. [pdf preprint]

Cécile Hannay, Uma S. Bhatt, Jerry Harrington (2001) Single-Column Model Simulations of Arctic Cloudiness and Surface Radiative Fluxes during the Surface Energy Budget of Arctic (SHEBA) experiment. Proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Polar Meteorology and oceanography, May 14-18, 2001, San Diego, California.




Last modified: Feb 27 2013   by hannay@ucar.edu