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Earth Prediction Advancement Division

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The Earth Prediction Advancement Division works to improve and apply numerical weather prediction models in scales ranging from local to global and from a few hours to seasonal. We develop of state-of-the-art atmospheric physical parameterizations, improve the representation of processes that impact atmospheric composition and their interaction with physical processes, and include all earth domains (atmosphere, land, biosphere, ocean, and sea ice) in our modeling systems. Applications range from forecast impacts of wildfires on air quality and weather conditions to prediction of increased likelihood of excessive precipitation in the lower Mississippi River basin during week 3. We use common infrastructures to collaborate with the broad scientific community with the goal of augmenting scientific understanding and improving NOAA predictions.

EPAD has expertise in:

Division Chief: Georg Grell
Deputy Division Chief: Ligia Bernardet

Branches within EPAD

Branch Chief: Joseph Olson

Branch Chief: Shan Sun




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