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Modelling studies of the 2000 Indian summer monsoon and extended analysis
|Statement||by Krishnan R. ... [et al.] ; contribution from Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology.|
|Series||Research report ;, no. RR-091, Research report (Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorolgy) ;, no. RR-091.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2003/60182 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||2002290840|
In some of the studies, the prediction of Indian summer monsoon rainfall is being improved by superensemble and downscale method [25–28]. In the present study, we worked with rainfall anomalies and the skills were compared among the best models (ECMWF model comes out best among 16 suites of models for Indian region, Kumar and Krishnamurti Author: Vinay Kumar, Tirthankar Ghosh. monsoon rainfall using regional coupled models for the Indian and African monsoon (e.g. Hagos and Cook, ; Ratnam etal., ; Ratnam., ). These studies also show that the regional coupled models improve the ocean circulation as compared with the standalone ocean model. In this study, we have developed a regional cou-Cited by:
The Indian summer monsoon (ISM), as an important component of the global monsoon system, is driven by cross-equatorial pressure gradient (XEPG) between the Indian low over the Asian continent and the Mascarene high in the southern Indian Ocean (1, 2).This is a uniquely coupled, bi-hemispheric system; nowhere else on Earth does cross-equatorial transfer of heat and momentum Cited by: The model was run from May to October each year, and the analysis was performed for the Indian Summer Monsoon (June-July-August-September, JJAS) months, thus allowing for one month of spin-up (May) time each by:
The importance of Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall (ISMR) for agricultural production, water availability, and food security is well-documented ().Interannual monsoon variability strongly affects agricultural production, which accounts for about 22% of the Indian gross domestic product ().Disruptions in the ISMR can lead to substantial losses in crop production that, in turn, may affect the Cited by: For the first time, researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay have found that even a change in irrigation policy has the potential to shift monsoon rainfall and intensify Location: Kasturi Building, Anna Salai, , Mount Road, Chennai, , Tamil Nadu.
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Of prolonged break (inactive) spells during the monsoon rainy season. The daily time series of the all-India summer monsoon precipitation (Fig. 1b) shows three major break spells (i.e., the ﬁrst one in the third week of June; the second was an intense and long dry spell extending from the third week of July until the.
 The Indian summer monsoon (ISM) influences daily lives and economies in many countries in the South Asian region. This study analyzes the representation of the ISM system in the regional climate model COSMO‐CLM. Simulations driven by ERA‐40 reanalysis and present‐day (–) data from the global climate model ECHAM5 are by: Simulation of the Indian summer monsoon using comprehensive atmosphere-land interactions, in the absence of two-way air-sea interactions the Indian summer monsoon by focusing on the rela model (Cocke & LaRow ) is coupled to 2 different land surface models File Size: 8MB.
Meteorol Atmos P 43–64 () DOI /s 1 Centre for Atmospheric Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi, India 2 Department of Earth and Planetary. The study aims to evaluate the regional climate model (RegCM) over South Asian (SA) CORDEX domain to represent seasonal and sub-seasonal variability of Indian Summer Monsoon (ISM).
The study mainly investigates sea surface temperature (SST) and outgoing longwave radiation (OLR) relationships in coupled climate model. To support the analysis, high-level cloud and OLR relationship is also investigated.
High-level cloud and OLR relationship depicts significant negative correlation over the entire monsoon regime.
Coupled climate model is able to produce the by: 3. Observations show that summer rainfall over large parts of South Asia has declined over the past five to six decades. It remains unclear, however, whether this trend is due to natural variability Cited by: Recent studies have already investigated the overall future changes in global monsoon precipitation using multi-model ensemble and/or selected CMIP5 models under different range of RCP scenarios (Hsu et al.,Hsu et al.,Wang et al.,Kitoh et al.,Lee and Wang, ), that suggest notable increase in global monsoon Cited by: INTRODUCTION.
The Indian summer monsoon (ISM) is a large land-ocean-atmosphere coupled system that transports substantial amounts of moisture during boreal summer across the Indian Ocean into the Indian subcontinent, reaching as far northwest as Pakistan and as far north as the southern Himalayas ().The lives of billions of people in the Indian subcontinent are tightly Cited by: IITM Silver Jubilee Award Lecture on “Internal feedbacks from monsoon and mid-latitude interactions during droughts in the Indian summer monsoon”, 17 NovIITM, Pune.
Invited Talk: Towards Earth System Modelling for improving monsoon projections under changing climate. Coupled Global Climate Models (CGCMs) of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5) are unable to resolve the spatial and temporal characteristics of the South Asian Monsoon Cited by: 5.
The relationship between Indian summer monsoon rainfall and Atlantic multidecadal variability over the last years By SYAM SANKAR1*, LEA SVENDSEN2$, BINDU GOKULAPALAN1, PORATHUR VAREED JOSEPH1 and OLA M. JOHANNESSEN3,4, 1Nansen Environmental Research Centre India, Ravipuram, Kochi, India; 2Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center and Bjerknes Centre.
Observational and modeling studies have identified an El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) like Ocean-Atmospheric coupled phenomenon in the tropical Atlantic during the boreal summer season, popularly known as Atlantic Zonal Mode (AZM).
The atmospheric teleconnection between the AZM and Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall (ISMR) is significant especially in non-ENSO by: 2. Analysis of the Indian summer monsoon system in the regional climate model COSMO-CLM.
We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. About Monsoon Mission. The Indian summer (southwest) monsoon is referred as lifeline of India, as ariability in any of its aspects (onset, withdrawal and quantum of rainfall) greatly influences the agriculture yield, economy, water resources, power generation and ecosystem.
Abstract The biennial variability is a large component of year-to-year variations in the Indian summer monsoon (ISM). Previous studies have shown that El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) plays an i Cited by: Indian summer monsoon enhancement due to elevated absorbing aerosols was studied using global models (e.g., Lau et al.,Randles and Ramaswamy,Wang et al., and many more).
However, there is no formal agreement among modeling studies Cited by: SIMULATION OF INDIAN SUMMER MONSOON USING A REGIONAL MODEL Figure 1.
Model domain with (a) topography and (b) different rainfall zones. ) and Betts–Miller–Janjic (Betts and Miller, ; Janjic, ). These experiments are called GD, KF, BMJ, respectively. These three schemes are conceptuallyCited by: Analysis of active and break spells of the Indian monsoon, criteria for definition and its dynamics, extensively cited and used by researchers for studies on active and break spells of the Monsoon.
Analysis of three dimensional structure of clouds and its variability over the monsoon region using advanced satellite data sets. The regional climate model HIRHAM has been applied over the Asian continent to simulate the Indian monsoon circulation under present-day conditions.
The model is driven at the lateral and lower boundaries by European reanalysis (ERA40) data for the period from to Simulations with a horizontal resolution of 50 km are carried out to analyze the regional monsoon by: The Asian Summer Monsoon: Characteristics, Variability, Teleconnections and Projection focuses on the connections between the Indian Summer and East Asian Summer Monsoons, also including the South China Sea Summer Monsoon.
While these systems have profound differences, their interactions have significant impacts on the climatic regimes in the region and throughout the world.Indian summer monsoon rainfall simulation and prediction skill in the CFSv2 coupled model: Impact of atmospheric horizontal resolution Dandi A.
Ramu 1, C. T. Sabeerali1,2, Rajib Chattopadhyay1, D. Nagarjuna Rao, Gibies George, A. R. Dhakate1, K. Salunke1, A. Srivastava1, and Suryachandra A.
Rao1 1Program for Seasonal and Extended Range Prediction of Monsoon, Indian Institute of Cited by: