Danish Meteorological Institute,
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø,
Phone: +45 39 15 74 24
Fax: +45 39 15 74 60
E-mail: [email protected]
My research interests are in the fields of numerical modelling of the climate
system, natural climate variability, external forcing of climate (including
anthropogenic climate forcing) downscaling techniques for climate scenarios and
development of climate models using information obtained through data
assimilation as a guideline.
5 recent publications:
Andersen, U., E. Kaas and P. Alpert, 2001: Using analysis increments to estimate
atmospheric heating rates following volcanic eruptions, Geophys. Res. Lett. Vol.
28 , No. 6 , p. 991-994.
Kaas, E., A. Guldberg, W. May and M. Déqué, 1999: Using tendency errors to tune
the parameterisation of unresolved dynamical scale interactions in atmospheric
general circulation models, Tellus, 51A, 612-629.
Kaas, E., A. Guldberg and P. Lopez, 1997: A Lagrangian advection scheme using
tracer points. In “Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling. The
André J. Robert Memorial Volume. (C. Lin, R. Laprise, H. Ritchie, Eds.),
Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, Ottawa, Canada (Companion
volume to Atmosphere-Ocean), 171-194.
Lopez, P., T. Schmith and E. Kaas, 2000: Sensitivity of the northern hemisphere
circulation to North Atlantic SSTs in the ARPEGE climate AGCM, Clim. Dyn.,
Schmith, T., E. Kaas and T.-S. Li, 1998: Northeast Atlantic storminess
re-analysed: No trend during past 100 year period. Climate Dynamics, 14,