evaluation of the land surface scheme htessel with

Comparison of gridded snow water equivalent products with

Oct 01 2016ERA-Interim/Land (Balsamo et al 2015) is an offline land surface simulation produced with the latest ECMWF land surface model and driven by ERA-Interim meteorological forcings The Hydrology-Tiled ECMWF Scheme for Surface Exchanges over Land (HTESSEL) land surface model includes a number of enhancements to the TESSEL scheme used in ERA-Interim

Evaluation of the subseasonal forecast skill of surface

Atmosphere scheme (ISBA Noilhan and Planton 1989) for BoM NCEP ECMWF CMA andHMCR respectively The land surface variables in BoM are initialized through nud-ging the atmosphere model to the ERA-40 reanalysis (Hudson et al 2011) NCEP SM is initialized by the CFSR and the Global Land Data Assimilation System (GLDAS)

Seasonal evaluation of the land surface scheme HTESSEL

The skill of the land surface model HTESSEL is assessed to reproduce evaporation in response to land surface characteristics and atmospheric forcing both being spatially variable Evaporation estimates for the 2005 growing season are inferred from satellite observations of the Western part of Hungary and compared to model outcomes

GMD

Abstract A limitation of the Met Office operational data assimilation scheme is that surface-sensitive infrared satellite sounding channels cannot be used during daytime periods where numerical weather prediction (NWP) model background land surface temperature (LST) biases are greater than 2 K in magnitude The Met Office Unified Model (UM) has a significant cold LST bias in semi-arid regions

Differences between ERA

ERA-Interim/Land is produced using the Hydrology-Tiled ECMWF Scheme for Surface Exchanges over Land (HTESSEL) model with meteorological forcing from ERA-Interim and precipitation adjustments based on GPCP v2 1 (dataset merges satellite and rain gauge (SG) data from a

Climate scenarios

4 Evaluation of the land surface scheme HTESSEL In this final report the main objectives methodologies and results of these four research packages are summarized In order to rank the importance of vegetation and soil factors a simulation experiment has been designed and performed with the Soil Water Atmosphere Plant (SWAP) model

Evaluation of the Runoff and River Routing Schemes in the

The new model CLM‐GBHM was first developed for a semiarid basin in China (Jiao et al 2017) by (1) replacing the surface runoff representation in CLM 4 0 with the GBHM schemes of 1‐D overland flow and lateral soil water flow in surface layers (2) replacing the subsurface runoff scheme in CLM 4 0 with the method of water exchange between

An improved snow scheme for the ECMWF land surface

HTESSEL represents vertical transfers of water and energy using four vertical layers to represent soil tem-perature and moisture The model evaluates the land surface response to the atmospheric forcing and esti-mates the surface water and energy fluxes along with the temporal evolution of the snowpack soil temperature and moisture

The role of root distribution for climate simulation over land

Jon D Pelletier Patrick D Broxton Pieter Hazenberg Xubin Zeng Peter A Troch Guo‐Yue Niu Zachary Williams Michael A Brunke David Gochis A gridded global data set of soil intact regolith and sedimentary deposit thicknesses for regional and global land surface modeling Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 10 1002

ERA5 reanalysis cold bias of maximum land surface

ERA5 reanalysis cold bias of maximum land surface temperature in Iberia: The role of vegetation •Evaluation o ECMWF ERA-Interim and ERA5 Land surface temperature (LST) with LSA-SAF satellite: (with the ECMWF HTESSEL scheme SURFEX) •both forced by ERA-5

New snow scheme in HTESSEL: description and offline

2001) The Hydrology Tiled ECMWF Scheme of Surface Exchanges over Land (HTESSEL Viterbo and Beljaars 1995 van den Hurk et al 2000 Balsamo et al 2009) included in the ECMWF model has a simple snow scheme laying within the first category with an explicit snow layer similar to the schemes described in Verseghy (1991) and Douville et al (1995)

Evaluation of a land

We study the response of the land-surface to prescribed atmospheric forcing for 31 May 1978 at Cabauw Netherlands using the land-surface scheme from the Coupled Atmospheric boundary layer-Plant-Soil (CAPS) model Results from model runs show realistic daytime surface fluxes are produced using a canopy conductance formulation derived from Cabauw data (for 1987 a different year) and

Comparison and evaluation of multiple land surface

May 01 2020The ERA-Interim/Land dataset (Balsamo et al 2015) is the output from the Tiled ECMWF Scheme for Surface Exchanges over Land (HTESSEL) LSM (van den Hurk et al 2000) which is driven by the meteorological forcing from ERA-Interim reanalysis and precipitation adjustments based on Global Precipitation Climatology Project (GPCP) v2 1 (Huffman et

Evaluation of the hydrological components added to an

Summary Discharge from a small grassland catchment in Ireland is simulated with the atmospheric land-surface scheme SEWAB Hydrological processes are parameterized to represent surface runoff and baseflow generation and soil moisture storage changes

Implementation and offline evaluation of a land carbon

This development added to the Hydrology-Tiled ECMWF Scheme for Surface Exchange over Land (HTESSEL) benefits from quite accurate simulations of soil moisture and energy fluxes at the surface and introduces the capability of interacting with atmospheric carbon transport models and providing the biospheric Net Ecosystem Exchange (NEE) as

Representing uncertainty in land surface hydrology: fully

land surface schemes Here a first examination of the impact of perturbing soil physics parameters of the HTESSEL land surface scheme is tested using the IFS seasonal forecast system Significant sensitivity is found to two typically dominant soil parameters the van Genuchten α and the soil hydraulic conductivity K and an

Evaluation of a land

We study the response of the land-surface to prescribed atmospheric forcing for 31 May 1978 at Cabauw Netherlands using the land-surface scheme from the Coupled Atmospheric boundary layer-Plant-Soil (CAPS) model Results from model runs show realistic daytime surface fluxes are produced using a canopy conductance formulation derived from Cabauw data (for 1987 a different year) and

Evaluation of the land surface scheme HTESSEL with

RCM 2009 Evaluation of the land surface scheme HTESSEL with satellite derived surface energy fluxes at the seasonal time scale Erik van Meijgaard1 Louise Wipfler2 Bart van den Hurk1 Klaas Metselaar2 Jos van Dam2 Reinder Feddes2 Bert van Ulft1 Sander Zwart3 and Wim Bastiaanssen3 1Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute PO Box 201 NL-3730 AE De Bilt The Netherlands

Climate scenarios

4 Evaluation of the land surface scheme HTESSEL In this final report the main objectives methodologies and results of these four research packages are summarized In order to rank the importance of vegetation and soil factors a simulation experiment has been designed and performed with the Soil Water Atmosphere Plant (SWAP) model

The role of root distribution for climate simulation over land

A comprehensive global root database is used to derive vertical root distribution and rooting depth for various vegetation categories in one of the most widely‐used land models i e the Biosphere—Atmosphere Transfer Scheme (BATS)

Global runoff routing with the hydrological component of

This is reflected in the HTESSEL scheme described by Balsamo et al and van den Hurk et al which is the operational ECMWF land surface scheme Full details of HTESSEL can be found in Balsamo et al (2009) HTESSEL is a distributed modelling scheme with fast (surface) and slow (subsurface) runoff generation components at each grid point

The ERA5

evaluation is conducted using data between 2001 and 2018 2 2 HTESSEL 2 2 1 Snow scheme A more realistic representation of snow is used in the ERA5 land surface model compared with its predecessor ERA-Interim ERA5L uses HTESSEL which treats snow as a sin-gle layer above the soil with independent prognostic tem-

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The skill of the land surface model HTESSEL is assessed to reproduce evaporation in response to land surface characteristics and atmospheric forcing both being spatially variable Evaporation estimates for the 2005 growing season were obtained from satellite observations of the Western part of Hungary and compared to model outcomes

Global runoff routing with the hydrological component of

This is reflected in the HTESSEL scheme described by Balsamo et al and van den Hurk et al which is the operational ECMWF land surface scheme Full details of HTESSEL can be found in Balsamo et al (2009) HTESSEL is a distributed modelling scheme with fast (surface) and slow (subsurface) runoff generation components at each grid point