A Year-Long Large-Eddy Simulation of the Weather over Cabauw
datasetposted on 29.10.2014 by Jerome Schalkwijk, H.J.J. Jonker, A. P. (Pier) Siebesma, F.C. Bosveld
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We present results of two large-eddy simulation (LES) runs of the entire year 2012 centered at the Cabauw observational supersite in the Netherlands. The LES is coupled to a regional weather model which provides the large scale information. The simulations provide three-dimensional continuous time- series of LES-generated turbulence and clouds, which can be compared in detail to the extensive observational dataset of Cabauw. See Schalkwijk, J., Jonker, H. J. J., Siebesma, A. P., & Bosveld, F. C. (2014). A Year-Long Large-Eddy Simulation of the Weather over Cabauw: an Overview. Submitted to Monthly Weather Review