Modelling and assimilation activities at CNRM on atmospheric composition in support to real time applications

Vincent Guidard (CNRM)


Date de début 15/12/2022 10:30
Date de fin 15/12/2022
Lieu Salle de réunion 411, couloir 45-46, 4e étage


Météo-France operates a real time application on atmospheric composition using the chemistry transport model MOCAGE, which provides information to various users: CAMS regional ensemble for air quality, national air quality forecasts for the Prev’Air consortium, mineral dusts forecasts for the national defense, UV indices, etc.

Météo-France is also in charge of a Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre for Civil Aviation, over a wide region covering Europe and Africa. This talk will provide an overview of research activities in support to these applications, with a strong focus on satellite data assimilation.

Informations supplémentaires

Campus Pierre et Marie Curie
4, place Jussieu 75005 Paris
Salle de réunion 411, couloir 45-46, 4e étage