Parameterization of Lakes in Numerical Weather Prediction and Climate Modelling 
SMHI, Norrköping, September 15-17 2010 

Notes of the final discussion (Patrick Samuelsson et al., pdf added 7 January 2011) Wednesday September 15 Session: Lake-Atmosphere Coupling Chaired by Dmitrii Mironov 09:15-09:40 Impact of lakes in the ECMWF Integrated Forecasting System: Preliminary results and roadmap to an operational implementation Invited speaker Gianpaolo Balsamo (ECMWF, UK) 09:40-10:05 Interactive Lakes in the Canadian Regional Climate Model, version 5: the Role of Lakes in the Regional Climate of North America Andrey Martynov (Centre ESCER, Canada) 10:05-10:30 Interfacing Flake with the Met Office Unified Model Gabriel Rooney (UK Met Office) 11:00-11:25 Developing a new lake model in CCSM: Model Development, Sensitivity, and Effects on Regional and Global Climate Zachary Subin (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA) 11:25-11:50 Can the Baltic Sea be modelled as a fresh or salt water lake? Frederik Schenk (GKSS Research Center Geesthacht, Germany) 11:50-12:150 Modelling the Thau lagoon in southern France, with FLake model: first results Invited speaker Patrick Le Moigne (Meteo-France) 12:15-12:40 Long-term energy flux measurements over a small boreal lake Annika Nordbo (University of Helsinki, Finland) Session: External Parameters and Data for Initialisation, Assimilation and Evaluation Chaired by Kalle Eerola 14:10-14:50 Global Lake Database for the parameterization of lakes in NWP and Climate Modelling Invited speaker Ekatherina Kourzeneva (RSHU, Russia) This presentation was broadcast in internet with Elluminate 14:50-15:15 External Parameters for FLAKE in the numerical weather prediction models COSMO and ICON Invited speaker Hermann Asensio (Deutscher Wetterdienst, Germany) 15:15-15:40 Lake parameters climatology for cold start runs (lake initialization) in the ECMWF forecast system Rui Salgado (Universidade de Evora, Portugal) 16:10-16:35 Effects of LST initialisation in long-term simulations with COSMO-CLM performed with and without Flake Burkhardt Rockell (GKSS Forschungszentrum Geesthacht, Germany) 16:35-17:00 Solar radiation and albedo regime in ice-covered lakes: Probable use and misuse of observational data in numerical modeling Invited speaker Arkady Terzhevik (Northern Water Problems Institute, Russia) 17:00-17:40 Exploitation of EO-Based Technology for Improving the Characterization of Lake and River Ice Dynamics in Weather Forecasting, Climate and Hydrologic Models -ESA's STSE "North Hydrology" Project Claude R. Duguay (IC3, University of Waterloo, Canada) This presentation was broadcast in internet with Elluminate Thursday September 16 Session: LakeMIP and Lake Physical Processes Chaired by Ekatherina Kourzeneva and Patrick Samuelsson 09:30-10:10 The Lake Model Intercomparison Project (LakeMIP): present state and perspectives Andrey Martynov (Centre ESCER, Canada) 10:10-10:35 LakeMIP: the effects of mixing parameterizations and interaction with bottom sediments in a shallow lake Viktor Stepanenko (Moscow State University, Russia) On the sensitivity of the lake thermal profiles to the vertical resolution in numerical models: investigation with SIMSTRAT and FIZC for deep Lake Geneva, Switzerland Stephane Goyette (C3i, University of Geneva, Switzerland) canceled Treatment of the density stratification in the FLake model Georgiy Kirillin (Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology, Germany) canceled 11:25-11:50 The impact of lakes on the European climate as simulated by a regional climate model Patrick Samuelsson (SMHI, Sweden) 11:50-12:15 Parameterisation of lake and sea ice in the NWP models of the German Weather Service Invited speaker Dmitrii Mironov (Deutscher Wetterdienst, Germany) This presentation was broadcast in internet with Elluminate 12:15-12.50 Lakes in wintertime HIRLAM Laura Rontu and Kalle Eerola (Finnish Meteorological Institute) 14:30-14:55 Thermodynamic modelling of snow and ice for in-land water bodies Bin Cheng (Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland) 14:05-14:30 Simulation of surface water temperature and ice phenology from 1-D lake models: A comparison with in situ and satellite observations, Great Slave Lake, Canada Homa Kheyrollah Pour (IC3, University of Waterloo, Canada) 14:30-14:55 A thermodynamic model of Finnish lake ice Yu Yang (Department of Physics, University of Helsinki, Finland) Friday June 17 Session: Processes in fresh-water bodies beyond lake physics Chaired by Arkady Terzhevik 09:00-09:25 Response of shallow lakes ecosystems to climate variations: Hind- and forecast Invited speaker Sergei Golosov (Institute of Limnology, Russian Academy of Science) 09:25-09:50 Study of the water quality using satellite data Miguel Potes (Evora Geophysics Centre, Portugal) 09:50-10:15 The model for methane emissions from lakes in the permafrost zone Viktor Stepanenko (Moscow State University, Russia) 09:50-10:15 Derive lake characteristics and initial fields for FLAKE for American continent from climatology data Yihua Wu (NOAA/NCEP/EMC, USA)