CISL Visualization Gallery

Droplet Dynamics in Cloud Turbulence

The study of droplet dynamics is a crucial part of cloud physics and involves investigation of each and every droplet’s properties. It is difficult to carry out such investigations using field observations. Small scale simulation is one method to study such phenomena, and visualization of these processes provides a deep and quick understanding. This work…

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Global weather simulated by a cloud-resolving weather prediction model

The global weather from 20 October – 4 November 2012, simulated by a cloud-resolving weather prediction model Model: MPAS – Variable: Outgoing Longwave Radiation Science: The complex evolution of multiscale cloud systems illustrates the myriad of weather phenomena that populate our atmosphere. Features of interest include the diurnal cycle of convection over central Africa and…

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Variable Resolution Regional Climate Simulations with CESM

This visualization shows the output from a Variable Resolution Regional Climate Simulations with CESM (Community Earth System Model). Movies Movie File (.mp4, 319MB, 1920×1080) Images Computational Modeling Colin Zarzycki, Andrew Gettelman, Peter Lauritzen and Patrick Callaghan (NCAR/CGD) Visualization and Post-production John Clyne and Matt Rehme (NCAR/CISL) Model Variable Resolution Regional Climate Simulations with CESM (Community…

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