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19th International Symposium for the Advancement of Boundary-Layer Remote Sensing

ISARS2018 will take place at the University of Cologne from 22 - 25 May 2018.

Developments in Ground-based Remote Sensing of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer (ABL)

  • Physical basis for the remote sensing of the atmospheric boundary layer (ABL)
  • New instrument systems and approaches (e.g. operational high-resolution humidity profiling)
  • Evaluation and assessment of ground-based remote sensing systems
  • Multi-instrument retrieval applications
  • Combining ground-based and satellite remote sensing
  • Advances in observational networks using ground-based remote sensing

Boundary-Layer Studies

  • Observation of ABL structure (e.g. thermodynamics, turbulence, clouds, aerosol profiles) in different environments (continental, maritime, coastal, mountain, polar,..)
  • Measurements of key ABL processes (e.g. mixing, surface interaction, low-level-jet,..)
  • Interdisciplinary studies (including atmospheric chemistry and biogeochemistry)

Atmospheric Modelling and Ground-Based ABL Remote Sensing

  • ABL in numerical models (LES, NWP, GCM/SCM, RANS,..)
  • Model assessment (technical and physical) with remote sensing instrumentation (e.g. sampling strategies, representation of diurnal cycle,..)  
  • Ground-based remote sensing observations and parameterization development (e.g. cumulus convection)
  • LES for Optimized Measurement Strategy Design
  • Data Assimilation trials (OSE, OSSE, FSO,..)

Ground-Based Remote Sensing for ABL Applications

  • Short-term forecasting
  • Severe Weather
  • Wind & Solar Energy
  • Air Quality
  • Aviation
  • Climatology
  • Urban Meteorology

Important dates:

  • Abstract submission: 4 December 2017 - 31 January 2018
  • Acceptance notification: End of February 2018
  • Early registration until: 15 April 2018

Download First Announcement

Link: http://www.isars2018.uni-koeln.de