Operational and Experimental Air Quality Forecasts Using WRF-Chem

The WRF-Chem model is used around the globe for operational air quality forecasts. Some of the locations include:


Operational Center Forecasts

Servicio Nacional de Meteorologia e Hidrología del Perú-SENAMHI, Peru

Air Quality Forecast over SW Poland, Wroclaw University, Poland

PArtnership with ChiNa on space DAta(PANDA), China

Operational Air Quality Forecasts for Eastern China, Centre for Urban Environmental Meteorology, Shanghai, China



Experimental Forecasts

NOAA/ESRL Real-time Air Quality Forecast for North America (RAP-Chem), Boulder, Colorado, USA

NOAA/ESRL Real-time Wildfire Air Quality Forecast for CONUS (HRRR-Smoke), Boulder, Colorado, USA

NOAA/ESRL Real-time Wildfire Air Quality Forecast for Alaska (HRRR-Smoke), Boulder, Colorado, USA

la Universidad Andrés Bello, la Dirección Meteorológica de Chile, Santiago, Chile

European Operational Air Quality Forecasts: WRF-CHEM-EMIMO,

Air Quality Forecasts, Dept. of Math and Physics, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia,

Departamento de Ciências Atmosféricas, Instituto de Astronomia, Geofísica e Ciências Atmosféricas, Universidade de São Paulo , São Paulo, Brazil

UAF SMOKE Alaska Wildfire Smoke Forecast. University of Alaska-Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK, USA

Regional Air Quality Forecast. Research Institute for Global Change (Formerly JAMSTEC), Yokohama, Japan

The System of Air Quality Forecasting and Research. Indian institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune, India

Real time Air Quality Forecasts from Nanjing University Nanjing, China

Real-Time Air Quality Forecast from University of Science and Technology of China (Atmospheric Environment Modeling Lab) China


 

This page developed by Steven Peckham, and maintained by Ka Yee Wong
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Last modified: Nov 14,2016 02:19 PM

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