CARGESE INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL

3 - 15 October 2005 - I.E.S.C. Cargese, Corsica

UPPER TROPOSPHERE AND LOWER STRATOSPHERE

Week 1

3 - 8 October

Monday

03/10/2005

Tuesday

04/10/2005

Wednesday

05/10/2005

Thursday

06/10/2005

Friday

07/10/2005

Saturday

08/10/2005

08.45-09.45

Welcome:

9.00 - 9.30

DA 1

Mod 1

DA 4

DA 7

09.45-10.45

Key 1

Key 4

Mod 2

DA 5

Key 8

10.45-11.15

Coffee break

11.15-12.15

Obs 1

Obs 4

Key 5

Key 7

Key 9

12.15-13.00

Lunch (all lunches at Institute)

13.00-15.30

Break

Break

Break

Break

15.30-16.30

Key 2

Extra 1

Extra 2

DA 6

16.30-17.30

Obs 2

Obs 5

Mod 3

Mod 4

17.30-17.45

Tea break

17.45-18.45

Obs 3

DA 2

DA 3

Mod 5

18.45-19.45

Key 3;

Aperitifs after lecture

Obs 6

Key 6

Poster session

20.00-21.30

Dinner (participants to make own arrangements)

Gala dinner

Barbecue  at Institute if  weather is fine

Dinner (participants to make own arrangements)

Sunday 09/10/2005: several possibilities, including an excursion to the interior, and a boat trip (if the weather is fine). Lunch is not communal on Sunday.

Week 2

10-14 October

Monday

10/10/2005

Tuesday

11/10/2005

Wednesday

12/10/2005

Thursday

13/10/2005

Friday

14/10/2005

08.45-09.45

DA 8

Mod 7

Mod 9

Extra 5

Obs 15

09.45-10.45

Obs 7

Obs 10

Mod 10

DA 10

DA 11

10.45-11.15

Coffee break

11.15-12.15

DA 9

Key 10

Mod 11

Mod 13

Obs 16

12.15-13.00

Lunch (all lunches at the Institute)

13.00-15.30

Break

15.30-16.30

Extra 3

Extra 4

Mod 12

Mod 14

DA 12

16.30-17.30

Obs 8

Obs 11

Discussion panel 1: Water in UTLS

Discussion panel 2: Observing the UTLS

Key 13

17.30-17.45

Tea break

17.45-18.45

Obs 9

Mod 8

Obs 13

Key 12

Break

18.45-19.45

Mod 6

Obs 12

Key 11

Obs 14

20.00-21.30

Dinner (participants to make own arrangements)

Saturday 15/10/2005: Departure from Cargese to Ajaccio by shuttle - arrangements for this to be announced by Institute.

Legend:

Key = Overview lectures; Obs = Observation theme lectures; Mod = Model theme lectures; DA = Data assimilation theme lectures; Extra = extra slot available for further breaks, discussions (e.g. “Socratic” at the beach), extra lectures from lecturers or from students, demonstrations from lecturers (could be based on computer practicals); Discussion panel = question & answer session for two chosen topics: 3 lecturers on each panel are asked questions by the students.


Extra lectures from lecturers:

#1: Satellite data analysis (Andrew Gettelman): Wednesday 5th October

#2: Preparing data graphics (Mark Baldwin): Thursday 6th October

#3: Practical aspects of data assimilation (Olivier Talagrand): Monday 10th October

#4: Writing skills (Liz Moyer): Tuesday 11th October

#5: To be filled in (or left free): Thursday 13th October

Discussion panel:

#1:Water in UTLS; panel members: Andrew Gettelman, Liz Moyer, Bernard Legras (12th October)

#2: Observing the UTLS; panel members: William Lahoz, Stefan Buehler,

Pieternel Levelt (13th October)

Schedule:

Week One:

Tuesday 4 October 2005

Welcome talk from IESC (9.00 - 9.30 am)

KEY 1: Radiative transfer (Bruno Carli) [PowerPoint]

OBS 1: Microwave limb sounders (Stefan Buehler) [PowerPoint]

KEY 2: The Data Assimilation problem (Olivier Talagrand)

OBS 2 - OBS 3: Radiative transfer for thermal radiation (Bruno Carli) [PowerPoint] [PowerPoint]

KEY 3: The tropopause (Bernard Legras) [PDF]

Wednesday 5 October 2005

DA 1: Data assimilation methods (Olivier Talagrand)

KEY 4: Gravity waves (Geraint Vaughan) [Word DOC] [PowerPoint]

OBS 4: Infrared satellite sensors / Envisat MIPAS (Bruno Carli) [PowerPoint]

OBS 5: Ground-based radar and lidar observations (Geraint Vaughan) [PowerPoint] [PowerPoint]

DA 2: Data assimilation methods (Olivier Talagrand)

OBS 6: Ground-based radar and lidar observations (Geraint Vaughan) [PowerPoint] [PowerPoint]


Thursday 6 October 2005

MOD 1 - MOD 2: The stratospheric circulation (Alan O'Neill)

KEY 5: Ozone and ozone trends in the UTLS (Dominique Fonteyn - given by William Lahoz based on DF material) [PowerPoint]

MOD 3: The role of the stratosphere on low-frequency atmospheric variability (Mark Baldwin)

DA 3: Chemistry and the UTLS (Dominique Fonteyn - given by William Lahoz based on DF material) [PowerPoint]

KEY 6: Stratosphere-troposphere connections (Mark Baldwin)

Friday 7 October 2005

DA 4 - DA 5: Chemistry and the UTLS (Dominique Fonteyn - given by William Lahoz based on DF material)

KEY 7: Exchange between PBL and UTLS (Heini Wernli) [PDF]

DA 6: Dynamics of UTLS (Richard Swinbank) [PowerPoint]

MOD 4 - MOD 5: STE in mid-latitudes (Heini Wernli) [PDF] [PDF]

Saturday 9 October 2005

DA 7: General Circulation Models (Richard Swinbank) [PowerPoint]

KEY 8: NWP and the UTLS (Francois Bouttier)

KEY 9: Ensemble forecasting for the UTLS (Richard Swinbank) [PowerPoint]

Week Two:

Monday 10 October 2005

DA 8: Radiance assimilation (Francois Bouttier)

OBS 7: UV-Vis satellite sensors / Envisat SCIAMACHY, GOME (Hennie Kelder)

DA 9: Mesoscale assimilation (Francois Bouttier)

OBS 8: UV-Vis satellite sensors / Envisat SCIAMACHY, GOME (Hennie Kelder)

OBS 9: UV-Vis satellite sensors / OMI (Pieternel Levelt)

MOD 6: Transport and mixing theory (Bernard Legras) [PDF]


Tuesday 11 October 2005

MOD 7: Transport and mixing theory (Bernard Legras) [PDF]

OBS 10: Eos AURA mission (Pieternel Levelt)

KEY 10: Water and the UTLS (Andrew Gettelman) [PDF]

OBS 11: Humidity observations in the UTLS region (Liz Moyer)

MOD 8: TTL and water vapour (Andrew Gettelman) [PDF]

OBS 12: Humidity observations in the UTLS region (Liz Moyer)

Wednesday 12 October 2005

MOD 9: TTL and water vapour (Andrew Gettelman) [PDF]

MOD 10: Cirrus clouds (Klaus Gierens) [PowerPoint]

MOD 11: Introduction to climate-chemistry modelling (Andrew Gettelman) [PDF]

MOD 12: Aerosols in the UTLS (Klaus Gierens) [PowerPoint]

OBS 13: Microwave nadir sounders (Stefan Buehler) [PowerPoint]

KEY 11: Microphysical processes in the UTLS (Klaus Gierens) [PowerPoint]

Thursday 13 October 2005

DA 10: Evaluation/validation (Olivier Talagrand)

MOD 13 - MOD 14: Modelling of cirrus clouds (Klaus Gierens) [PowerPoint]

KEY 12: The extra-tropical tropopause mixing layer (Jean-Pierre Cammas)

OBS 14: Aircraft observations of the UTLS region (Jean-Pierre Cammas)

Friday 14 October 2005

OBS 15: New sensors to study cirrus clouds using sub-mm range (Stefan Buehler) [PowerPoint]

DA 11: Research satellites and data assimilation (William Lahoz) [PowerPoint]

OBS 16: New sensors for humidity observations in the UTLS region from Radio Occultation (Stefan Buehler) [PowerPoint]

DA 12: Evaluation of future missions (William Lahoz) [PowerPoint]

KEY 13: The future observing system in the UTLS (William Lahoz) [PowerPoint]