Georg Grell (lead), NOAA/ESRL/GSD
Jeff McQueen, NCEP
The mission of the atmospheric chemistry working group is to guide the development of the capability to simulate chemistry and aerosols online as well as offline within the WRF model. The resulting WRF-Chem model will have the option to simulate the coupling between dynamics, radiation and chemistry. Uses include forecasting chemical-weather, testing air pollution abatement strategies, planning and forecasting for field campaigns, analyzing measurements from field campaigns and the assimilation of satellite and in-situ chemical measurements.
Real Time forecasts using WRF-Chem
Real-time Air Quality Forecasts using WRF-Chem from around the globe
Known issues with the WRF model.
Known issues with the current WRF-Chem model. Updated on 03 June 2013
Known issues with the version 3.4 WRF-Chem model. Updated on 24 April 2013
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The WRF Model main webpage and the Users Resources page
WRF-Chem Public Domain Notice
WRF-Chem References and related Publications < ---- Updated 15 March 2013
Current Status of WRF-Chem
Anthropogenic Emissions Available for WRF-Chem
WRF-Chem 2012 Tutorial Presentations
WRF-Chem 2011 Tutorial Presentations
WRF-Chem 2010 Tutorial Presentations
WRF-Chem 2009 Tutorial Presentations
WRF-Chem 2008 Tutorial Presentations
WRF-Chem version 3.4 Users Guide
Tutorial Exercises for WRF-Chem version 3.4
Tutorial Exercises for WRF-Chem version 3.5 < ---- currently updating
Main WRF Model Tutorial Webpage
This page developed and maintained by Dr. Steven Peckham
Model questions should be directed to WRF-Chem help .
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