Hanli Liu

Hanli Liu gives CEDAR Prize Lecture

Hanli Liu-CEDAR Prize Lecture

Hanli Liu gave the CEDAR Prize Lecture on Thursday, June 28th, at the CEDAR Summer Workshop in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

WACCM Simulations of Zonal Mean Gravity Wave Drag Short-term Variability in the Southern Hemisphere Mesosphere

Gravity wave drag anomaly
Friday, March 16, 2018

Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model (WACCM) simulations are used to investigate the short-term (30-day) temporal variability in the mid- and high-latitude Southern Hemisphere mesosphere.

Development and Validation of the Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model with Thermosphere and Ionosphere Extension (WACCM-X)

 WACCM-X simulations image
Wednesday, February 14, 2018

H.Liu et al. have improved a comprehensive numerical model, the Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model with thermosphere and ionosphere extension (WACCM-X).

First Results from the Ionospheric Extension of WACCM-X during the Deep Solar Minimum Year of 2008

Comparisons of hmF2
Wednesday, February 7, 2018

The Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model with thermosphere and ionosphere extension (WACCM-X) is a numerical model of the

Whole Atmosphere Simulation of Anthropogenic Climate Change

Model calculations
Friday, February 2, 2018

Stan Solomon and others have performed the first whole-atmosphere simulations of global change that include the lower atmosphere (0-15 km), middle atmosphere (15-90 km), thermosphere-ionosphere (90-500 km), and all relevant physics and chemistry.

Temporal Variability of Atomic Hydrogen From the Mesopause to the Upper Thermosphere

Zonal-mean vertical profiles of hydrogen
Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Liying Qian et al investigate atomic hydrogen (H) variability from the mesopause to the upper thermosphere, on time scales of solar cycle, seasonal, and diurnal.

Variability and predictability of the space environment as related to lower atmosphere forcing

Monthly mean, globally integrated total gravity wave flux of energy
Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Most of the large events affecting the thermosphere and ionosphere part of the space environment come from the Sun, the solar wind, and Earth’s magnetosphere, but even in “quiet time” periods lacking those sources of variability, conditions in the thermosphere and ionosphere continue to fluctuate

Gravity wave variation from the troposphere to the lower thermosphere during a stratospheric sudden warming event: A case study

Vertical energy flux
Monday, April 3, 2017

High resolution Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model (WACCM) simulations are used to study how gravity waves vary during a stratospheric sudden warming (SSW) event from the source region to the lower thermosphere.

A study of large wind shears near the mesopause and the tropopause

Vertical profiles of maximum wind shear
Friday, March 31, 2017

The NCAR Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model (WACCM), with a quasi-uniform horizontal resolution of $\sim$25km and a vertical resolution of 0.1 scale height, produces large horizontal winds and vertical shears maximizing in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere (MLT), similar to those found

Large Scale Gravity Waves Perturbations in Mesopause Region

Gravity Wave
Wednesday, November 23, 2016

To investigate the Gravity Wave (GW) in the mid-latitude mesopause region during boreal equinox, 433 hours of continuous full diurnal cycle temperature measurements in September between 2011 and 2015.


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