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Sep

15

2017

BRAMS 5.3 version released!

BRAMS 5.3 version was released. For more information about the new features, bug fixes and improvements please refer to Release Notes page.


Jun

28

2017
Master dissertation focused on Method of Object-based evaluation applied in BRAMS precipitation forecasts

Master dissertation focused on Method of Object-based evaluation applied in BRAMS precipitation forecasts

Arletis Roque, a master’s student at the National Institute for Space Research, presented his dissertation Method of Object-based evaluation applied to precipitation forecast over South America on March 3rd. The main objective of the study was to propose and apply a methodology for the evaluation of rainfall forecasts over South America based on the Method for Object-Based Diagnostic Evaluation (MODE) algorithm. The methodology was implemented...

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Jun

02

2017
PhD Thesis using BRAMS studied the chemical composition of the atmosphere in the Amazon basin using numerical modeling and direct observations

PhD Thesis using BRAMS studied the chemical composition of the atmosphere in the Amazon basin using numerical modeling and direct observations

The PhD student of the National Institute for Space Research, Fernando Santos, from São Paulo city, presented his PhD thesis in May 31st 2017 entitled Biomass burning and natural emissions in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest: impact on the oxidative capacity of the atmosphere. The purpose of the study was identify the chemical mechanisms that control the atmospheric oxidative capacity in the Amazon Forest, seeking for...

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Jun

02

2017

New BRAMS version released!

BRAMS 5.2.5 version was released. For more information about the new features, bug fixes and improvements please refer to Release Notes page.


May

09

2017
Master dissertation using BRAMS focused on the urban area of São Paulo

Master dissertation using BRAMS focused on the urban area of São Paulo

The master student of the National Institute for Space Research, Alice Henkes, from Não -Me-Toque, a small city in Rio Grande do Sul, presented her dissertation in May 5th entitled Sensitivity study of urban surface schemes in the model BRAMS to simulate the heat island over the Metropolitan Area of São Paulo (in Portuguese “Estudo de sensibilidade da parametrização urbana do modelo BRAMS na simulação...

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