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  List of Accepted Contributions - NP3.03 Scaling, subgrid models, downscaling and parameterization

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Kamkar-Rouhani, A.
Using the multi-domain Chebyshev spectral method to approximate the electric charge density in 3D resistvity forward modelling problem

Warner, T; Hahmann, A; Rostkier-Edelstein, D; Swerdlin, S; Vandenberghe, F
The use of the MM5 and WRF models for climate downscaling:

Rinaldo, A.
Scaling in ecosystems and the linkage of macroecological laws

Schaake, J
Preprocessing atmospheric precipitation forecasts to produce ensemble forcing for US NWS hydrologic forecasts

Ruprecht, D.; Majda, A. J.; Klein, R.
A multiscale model for the interaction of bulk microscale hot towers with convective scale motions

Glazunov, A.
Large eddy simulation of rough-wall-bounded turbulent channel flow using localized dynamic closure and high-order numerical scheme

Lovejoy, S.; Schertzer, D.
The L**1/2 particle number law in rain (withdrawn)

Fister, W.; Ries, J.B.
Concept and calibration of a portable wind and rain simulator

Chamorro, L.; Porte-Agel, F.
Laboratory study of surface boundary conditions for LES over a rough to-smooth transition

Porte-Agel, F.; Stoll, R.; Chamorro, L.
A new anisotropic dynamic model for LES: Application to stable boundary layers

Higgins, C; Parlange, M; Meneveau, C
Statistical-geometric tools for studying vector and tensor-based parameterizations for geophysical transport processes

Wever, N; Lehning, M; Clifton, A
Upscaling wind tunnel observation of drifting snow sublimation to the mountain range scale

Ngan, K.; Bartello, P.; Straub, D.N.
Dissipation of synoptic-scale flow by small-scale turbulence

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