NCAR Technical Notes

The NCAR Technical Notes Collection comprises over 500 scientific and technical reports, issued by NCAR divisions and programs, and consists of data compilations, theoretical and numerical investigations, and experimental results.

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MesoVICT: Mesoscale Verification Inter-Comparison over Complex Terrain
Two-dimensional kernel smoothing: Using the R package smoothie
Technical description of version 4.5 of the Community Land Model (CLM)
Generalized additive modelling of daily precipitation extremes and their climatic drivers
Land use in the integrated Population-Economy-Technology-Science (iPETS) model: Data and model linkage
Modeling wildland fires : A description of the Coupled Atmosphere-Wildland Fire Environment model (CAWFE)
Survey of coastal U.S. public's perspective on extra tropical - tropical cyclone storm surge information
Emergency managers on-line survey on extratropical and tropical cyclone forecast information: Hurricane Forecast Improvement Program/Storm Surge Roadmap
Broadcast media on-line survey on extratropical and tropical cyclone forecast information: NOAA Surge Roadmap Project and Hurricane Forecast Improvement Program
Survey of coastal emergency managers perspectives on NWS storm surge information: Hurricane Forecast Improvement Program/Storm Surge Roadmap
Bridging data lifecycles: Tracking data use via data citations workshop report
The APE atlas
Data citations within NCAR/UCP
Assessing and improving the NWS point-and-click webpage forecast information
Parameterization of the ion convection and the auroral oval in the NCAR Thermospheric General Circulation Models
Modeling high-impact weather and climate: Lessons from a tropical cyclone perspective
Thermodynamic Profiling Technologies Workshop report to the National Science Foundation and the National Weather Service
Scientific documentation of the NCEP nonhydrostatic multiscale model on the B grid (NMMB). Part 1 Dynamics
Assessment of the potential-allocation downscaling methodology for constructing spatial population projections
Using CCSM3 for paleoclimate applications

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