Welcome to CGRER's forecast page for the SEAC4RS Campaign

Southeast Asia Composition, Cloud, Climate Coupling Regional Study (SEAC4RS)
Planned deployment period is from October 1st to November 1st, 2012.

The Center for Global & Regional Environmental Research
at the University of Iowa is providing daily chemical weather forecasts in support of this experiment.

This is a collaboration with David Streets group ( Argonne National Laboratory),

The University of Iowa's configuration of The Weather Research & Forecasting model (WRF) coupled with Chemistry (WRF-Chem) provides simulations of meteorology, Air quality and tracers by regions at the 18km resolution. Anthropogenic emissions were developed by David Streets.

A very special thanks to Glenn Johnson and Alessio D'allura for support in developing this forecasting framework.

SEAC4RS 18km Full Chemistry Domain
SEAC4RS 18km Cross-sections

If you want to study previous day's forecasts then these forecasts may be more helpful.
Earlier KML files

Please contact: Dr. Gregory Carmichael, or Pablo Saide, or
Jeremie Moen for further analyzed products.

Contact phone numbers for people during the SEAC4RS Mission