19th Conference on Mesoscale Processes

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The 19th Conference on Mesoscale Processes is sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and organized by the AMS Committee on Mesoscale Processes.

Call for Papers

Papers for the 19th Conference on Mesoscale Processes are solicited on the following:

  •  Advances in Cumulus Convection Measurements, Parameterization, and Modeling
  • Advances in Understanding Tropical Mesoscale Convective Systems and Precipitation Processes using Observations, Models and Artificial Intelligence
  • Extratropical cyclones and winter storms
  • Good organization vs. bad organization in deep convection
  • Mesoscale and climate processes
  • Mesoscale coastal phenomena
  • Mesoscale convective systems
  • Mesoscale processes associated with heavy rainfall
  • Microphysical and aerosol effects on mesoscale processes
  • Mid-latitude convective storms
  • Nocturnal Mesoscale Boundary Layer Circulations and Dispersion in Low-Relief Topography
  • Orographic flows and rainfall
  • Prediction of and data assimilation in mesoscale processes and mesoscale extremes
  • Results from past and future field campaigns
  • Tropical cyclones
  • Use of artificial intelligence to improve the understanding of mesoscale processes

Joint Sessions

  • Convection-permitting simulations and/or regional climate simulations of mesoscale extremes
  • Results from recent field campaigns (e.g., VORTEX-SE, RELAMPAGO, TORUS, and others)

Conference Contacts

For additional information, please contact the program chairs: Kristen Rasmussen ([email protected]) and Steve Nesbitt ([email protected]).