Get/Run HYSPLIT

The HYSPLIT model can be run interactively on the READY web site or installed on a PC (Mac) or LINUX workstation and run using a graphical user interface (GUI) or script. Got a question about HYSPLIT? Ask your question through the HYSPLIT Forum. HYSPLIT-WEB (Internet-based) Run HYSPLIT Trajectory Model (No registration required) Run HYSPLIT Dispersion Model (includes volcanic…

DATEM

DATEM – Data Archive of Tracer Experiments and Meteorology Project Overview The availability of meteorological re-analysis archives, at several international centers, provides an opportunity to link high quality modern meteorological data with the data from many older long-range tracer experiments. Below is access to experimental data, relevant reports, meteorological data, statistical analysis, and display software,…

HYSPLIT – 2

HYSPLIT Description The HYSPLIT model is a complete system for computing simple air parcel trajectories, as well as complex transport, dispersion, chemical transformation, and deposition simulations. HYSPLIT continues to be one of the most extensively used atmospheric transport and dispersion models in the atmospheric sciences community. A common application is a back trajectory analysis to…

History

History The evolution of the Laboratory’s Research and Development is intertwined with national and international developments. The following table shows some important societal issues that occurred within each decade from 1940 to 2010, and it relates these issues with key ARL research and development activities in the areas of atmospheric dispersion, atmospheric chemistry, and climate. Decade Societal Issues…

ARL Weekly News – July 5, 2019

HQ Allison Ring and Alice Crawford developed a prototype web page which produces HYSPLIT trajectory runs based on alerts produced by the volcanic cloud monitoring system at NESDIS-CIMSS (the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service – Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies). More information on the alerts can be found at https://volcano.ssec.wisc.edu/auth/login?redirect_to=%2F and the…

ARL Weekly News – July 13, 2018

FRD The manuscript “Distinct Turbulence Structures in Stably Stratified Boundary Layers with Weak and Strong Surface Shear” with Heping Liu from Washington State University as lead author and Dennis Finn as a coauthor received highly favorable reviews in the Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres. It examines turbulent structures and flux exchanges in the stably…

HYSPLIT References

HYSPLIT References We would like to add your research papers referencing HYSPLIT. Please send your reference to Ariel Stein. Amiridis, V., D.S. Balis, S. Kazadzis, A. Bais, E. Giannakaki, A. Papayannis and C. Zerefos, Four-year aerosol observations with a Raman lidar at Thessaloniki, Greece, in the framework of EARLINET, J. of Geophys. Res, 110, D21203, doi:10.1029/2005JD006190, 2005 Anil,…

Research Main Tab

RESEARCH Our Mission is to provide the highest quality atmospheric and meteorological research and services to our partners, the research community, and society required for a healthy and safe nation. Atmospheric Chemistry Pollutants released into the air can impact air quality, as well as terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems when the pollutants deposit to Earth. Effective…

Climate Variability and Change Analysis Publications

Climate Variability and Change Analysis Publications To obtain reprints of any of these articles, please contact the first author. Jim Angell’s publications list (through 2003) 2016 Bodeker, G. E., S. Bojinski, D. Cimini, R. J. Dirksesen, M. Haeffelin, J. W. Hannigan, D. F. Hurst, T. Leblanc, F. Madonna, M. Maturilli, A. C. Mikalsesen, R. Philipona,…