As per available reports about 100 journals, 162 conferences, 30 workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to High Resolution and about 366282 articles are being published on the current trends in High Resolution. In terms of research annually; USA, India, Japan, Brazil and Canada are some of the leading countries where maximum studies related to High Resolution are being carried out. As reported in “Climatology of Atmospheric Flow and Land Surface Fields of Indian Monsoon Captured in High Resolution Global and Regional Climate Model” article by Lodh A, et al. The high resolution global climate model LMDZ 4 and 5 and regional climate model RegCM4 has been applied over the South Asia domain to hind-cast the Indian summer monsoon (ISM) circulation. For this study, three-land surface parameterization schemes, the Schématisation d’Echanges Hydrique a l’Interface Biosphère et Atmosphère (SECHIBA) coupled with global climate model LMDZ5, the Biosphere Atmosphere Transfer scheme (BATS) and the Community Land Model (CLM) coupled with regional climate model RegCM4 is used for the study. The regional model RegCM4.0 (BATS and CLM coupled) is driven at the lateral and lower boundaries by NCEP/NCAR reanalysis (NNRP2) data for years of excess (1999) and deficit (1987) rainfall, whereas the global model LMDZ5 (SECHIBA coupled) is driven by initial boundary conditions from European reanalysis datasets and AMIP (Atmospheric model Intercomparison project) and NCEP (National Center for Environmental Prediction) SST, Sea-ice boundary conditions, from 19th Oct 1994 to 19th Oct 1996. The results successfully reproduce the observations due to a realistic reproduction of topographic features. The BATS-RegCM4 simulated precipitation shows better capability to produce ISM features. Also, the LMDZ5-SECHIBA model shows better capability to capture ISM features.
The Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change is an academic journal – hosted by OMICS International – a pioneer in open access publishing – and is listed among the top 10 journals in High Resolution. Each year research scientists have noticed a rise in the number of congresses being held in this field. The Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change provides a unique platform to researchers and scientist to explore the advanced and latest research developments in the field of High Resolution, Earth Science & Climatic Change, thus bridging the gap between researchers and young scientists.
OMICS International – a pioneer in organizing international conferences. The Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change is associated with our conference "4th International Conference on Earth Science & Climatic Change" during June 16-18, 2015 Melia Alicante, Alicante, Spain with the respective theme “An Insight into the Recent Advancements in Geosciences and Climate Change Control”.
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List of major High Resolution and related Journals
• Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change
• International Journal of Climatology
• Journal of Climate
• Journal of Applied Meteorology & Climatology
• Journal of Separation Science
List of major High Resolution and related Conferences
• 3rd International Conference on Earth Science & Climatic Change
• The 23rd International Conference on High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy
• 12th Biennial Conference on High-Resolution X-Ray Diffraction and Imaging
List of major High Resolution and related Research Centres
• The High Resolution Plant Phenomics Centre
• The Australian Plant Phenomics Facility
• Kroto Centre for High Resolution Imaging and Analysis
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