Topic: Observation impact

Friday, November 4, 2022 from 07-09 UTC

Organizers and Conveners: Nikki Privé (Morgan State University/NASA/GSFC, US), Daisuke Hotta (JMA, Japan), Hristo Chipilski (NCAR, US), Tobias Necker (University of Vienna, Austria)

Knowledge of the influence of observations is crucial for improving observing, data assimilation and forecasting systems. Today, a large variety of instruments provide millions of observations per day and the number of observations is steadily increasing. However, only a limited amount of these measurements can be assimilated due to algorithmic, computational, and research limitations. All this calls for better methods for estimating the actual and potential impact of observations. This session aims to discuss different aspects of observation impact assessment such as the results from recent OSSE and FSOI studies as well as new observational and methodological developments. We are looking forward to your contributions!

Submit abstracts here - deadline 23. September 2022 

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