
List of Accepted Contributions  AS1.09 Dynamics and chemistry of atmospheric moist convection: A variation under a Theme on the Capacity of CRM
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EGU05A00048 Salzmann, M.; Lawrence, M. G.; Phillips, V. T.; Donner, L. J. Modelling tracer transport by a cumulus ensemble: mean ascent and lateral boundary conditions. 

EGU05A00172 Yano, J I. the wavelet diagnosis: a methodology for inferring the physics (withdrawn) 

EGU05A00342 Bellon, G.; Ghil, M.; Le Treut, H. Scale separation for moistureladen regions in the tropical atmosphere 

EGU05A00446 Redelsperger, J.L. WHat can we learn from CRMs? Lessons from EUROCS 

EGU05A00849 Jalinskas, P.; Karlsson, J.; Stankunavicius, G. Experiments with KainFritsch convective parameterization scheme: a case study and model sensitivity analysis 

EGU05A01009 Guichard, F.; Couvreux, F.; Lafore, J.P.; Redelsperger, J.L.; Tomasini, M. Significance of subgridscale parametrizations for cloud resolving modelling 

EGU05A01341 Wang, C. Modeling Aerosol and Cloud Chemistry using CRMs 

EGU05A01924 Shipway, B.J.; Grant, A.L.M Using CRM to develop a parametrization of cumulus congestus 

EGU05A02012 Bechtold, P.; Chaboureau, J.P.; Gonard, L. Present and projects in convection and tracer transport at ECMWF 

EGU05A02195 Alexander, M.J. Mesoscale Responses to Observed FineScale Latent Heating Structure 

EGU05A02203 Réchou, A.; Westrelin, S. Interactions between Rossby waves breakings and cyclones in the south west indian ocean. 

EGU05A02209 Guérémy, J.F. A buoyancy based convection and diffusioncloud schemes 

EGU05A02482 Tomita, H.; Miura, H.; Iga, S.I.; Nasuno, T.; Satoh, M. A global cloudresolving simulation on an aqua planet 

EGU05A02713 Petch, J; Stirling, A Predictability and spatial variability impacts in a cloudresolving
model 

EGU05A02887 Donner, L. Cloudsystem resolving models (CSRMs) and their roles in understanding interactions between convection and largescale flows 

EGU05A03140 Lang, R.; Lawrence, M. G. The impact of increased evaporation of precipitate in mesoscale downdrafts of convective systems on the vertical distribution of water vapor in the chemistrytransport model MATCH 

EGU05A03171 Lohmann, U. Cirrus, cloud microphysics and aerosols: detailed models versus global climate models 

EGU05A03276 Shin, S. E. The convective destabilization of tropical atmosphere by an approaching upperlevel trough: A case study in the Eastern Australian Region. 

EGU05A03512 Moncrieff, M; Liu, C Representing organized convection in prediction models 

EGU05A03593 Trentmann, J.; Paulat, M.; Wernli, H. Towards a novel classification of the synopticscale meteorological conditions associated with deep convective events 

EGU05A03613 Leriche, M.; Cautenet, S.; Barth, M. Modeling of the July 10 STERAO storm with the RAMS model: tracer transport and impact of microphysics scheme in the framework of the WMO cloud modeling workshop investigating chemistry transport in deep convection 

EGU05A03704 Folkins, I. Explanation of lapse rate anomalies below the tropical melting level 

EGU05A03833 Mori, S.; Renggono, F.; Katsumata, M.; Kodama, Y.M.; Hamada, J.I.; Hashiguchi, H.; Yamanaka, M. D. Vertical Wind Profiles in Precipitating Cloud System observed with Equatorial Atmosphere Radar (EAR) 

EGU05A03952 Parodi, A. Uncertainty in high resolution numerical modelling of intense convective events 

EGU05A04141 Teitelbaum, H ; Cabrera, G; Ibanez, G; Martinez, H; Perez, R Conditions of deep convection 

EGU05A05234 Pickering, K. Using CloudResolving Models and Observations to Reduce Uncertainties in Lightning NOx Production 

EGU05A05266 Skamarock, W.; Bryan , G.; Rotunno, R.; Barth, M. The resolution dependence of explicitly modeled convection 

EGU05A05534 Grabowski, W. W. Superparameterization: progress and prospects 

EGU05A05817 Wang, P.; Setvak, M.; Schmid, W. Cloud resolving model simulation of thunderstorm tops: comparison with observations 

EGU05A05852 Ferlay, N.; Gabriel, P.; Stephens, G.L. Analysis of scale coupling in 3D radiative transfer through highresolution CRM cloud fields 

EGU05A05973 BURNET, F.; BRENGUIER, J.L. Entrainment and mixing in convecive clouds 

EGU05A06023 Nasuno, T.; Tomita, H.; Satoh, M.; Iga, S.; Miura, H. Cloudresolving numerical experiments on largescale organization of convection 

EGU05A06048 ChaneMing, F.; Jolivet, S. Characteristics of gravitywaves during the evolution of tropical cyclone Dina. 

EGU05A06062 Krennert, T.; Jann, A. Initiation of Deep Moist Convection at WVBoundaries  a Comparison Between MSG WV  Channels 5 and 6 

EGU05A06114 Yamada, Y.; Sampe, T.; Takahashi, Y. O.; Yoshioka, M. K.; Ohfuchi, W.; Ishiwatari, M.; Nakajima, K.; Hayashi, Y.Y. A resolution dependence of equatorial precipitation activities represented in a general circulation model 

EGU05A08204 Le Treut, H. Radiative, convective and dynamical feedbacks in the Tropical area 

EGU05A09264 Emanuel, K.; Parodi, A. High resolution numerical modelling of moist convection in statistical equilibrium: buoyancy and velocity scales 

EGU05A10376 Phillips, V.T.J; Donner, L.J. Cloud Microphysics, Radiation and Dynamics in Two and ThreeDimensional Simulations of Deep Convection 

EGU05A10416 Montgomery, M.; Persing, J. Optimal Hurricanes Part I: Motivation and Theory 

EGU05A10422 Bell, M.; Montgomery, M.; Aberson, S.; Black, M. Optimal Hurricanes Part II: Observations of superintense winds in Hurricane Isabel (2003) 
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