Philip Chu

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Recent GLERL Publications:
(See also All GLERL Publications, Pre-GLERL Publications)

Note: Although not all publications are available via our website, electronic copies may be available. Contact the publications office at pubs.glerl@noaa.gov.
  • Xue, P., J.S. Pal, X. Ye, J.D. Lenters, C. Huang, and P.Y. CHU. Improving the Simulation of Large Lakes in Regional Climate Modeling: Two-way Lake-atmosphere Coupling with a 3-D Hydrodynamic Model of the Great Lakes. Journal of Climate 30:1605-1627 (DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-16-0225.1) (2017). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/2016/20160052.pdf
  • XIAO, C., B.M. LOFGREN, J. WANG, and P.Y. CHU. Improving the lake scheme within a coupled WRF-lake model in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (DOI:10.1002/2016MS000717) (2016). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/2016/20160060.pdf

Recent Presentations:
* denotes speaker
  • ANDERSON, E.J., A.J. Bechle, C.H. WU, P. CHU, G.E. Mann, D.J. SCHWAB, and K. Lombardy. Investigation into Recent Meteotsunami Events in the Great Lakes (poster). IAGLR 2017, 60th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Detroit, MI, May 15-19, 2017 (2017).
  • ANDERSON, E.J., A.D. GRONEWOLD, L. PEI, C. XIAO, L. FITZPATRICK, B.M. LOFGREN, P. CHU, T. HUNTER, D.J. Gochis, K. Sampson, and A. Dugger. Linking Hydrologic and Coastal Hydrodynamic Models in the Great Lakes. 97th Annual Meeting American Meteorological Society, Seattle, WA, February 24 (2017).
  • ANDERSON, E.J., G.A. LANG, P. CHU, A. FUJISAKI-MANOME, and J. WANG. Development of the Next-Generation Lake Michigan-Huron Operational Forecast System (LMHOFS). IAGLR 2017, 60th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Detroit, MI, May 15-19, 2017 (2017).
  • CHU, P. What does it take to transition six forecasting systems into operations in 10 years? Facts, Myths and Lessons learned. American Meteorological Society 97th Annual Meeting 2017, Seattle, WA, January 22-16, 2017 (2017).
  • CHU, P. NOAA FVCOM-based operational hydrodynamic models in the Gulf of Mexico. NOAA RESTORE ACT Project, Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi River Impact Project, New Orleans, LA, March (2017).
  • CHU, P. NOAA's Great Lakes Operational Forecasting System and GLERL's Modeling and Forecasting Capabilities. National Kaohsiung Marine University, April (2017).
  • CHU, P. Towards a reliable meteotsunami detection, prediction and warning system. CIGLR Meteotsunami Summit, Ann Arbor, MI, June (2017).
  • CHU, P. Meteotsunami in the Great Lakes: past, present and future. National Tsunami Mitigation and Mapping Annual Meeting, August (2017).
  • CHU, P. Meteotsunami in the Great Lakes: challenges in detection, forecasting and warning system. NOAA Meterotsunami Workshop, Silver Spring, MD, September (2017).
  • CHU, P. LEOFS and GLOFS Ipdates. NOAA NOS FVCOM Annual Workshop, Silver Spring, MD, September (2017).
  • CHU, P., E.J. ANDERSON, G.A. LANG, J.G.W. Kelley, E. Myers, A. Zhang, J. Xu, and Y. Chen. What Does It Take to Transition Six Forecasting Systems into Operations in Ten Years? — Lessons Learned, Myths and Facts. 97th Annual Meeting American Meteorological Society, Seattle, WA, February 25 (2017).
  • CHU, P., E.J. ANDERSON, B.M. LOFGREN, A.D. GRONEWOLD, J. WANG, C.A. STOW, G.A. LANG, T. HUNTER, and A. CLITES. Towards an Integrated Environmental Modeling System for the Great Lakes. IAGLR 1027, Detroit, MI, May 15-19, 2017 (2017).
  • HAWLEY, N., D. BELETSKY, J. WANG, and P. CHU. Time series measurements of ice thickness in Lake Erie, 2010-2011. IAGLR 2017, 60th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Detroit, MI, May 15-19, 2017 (2017).
  • KESSLER, J.A., J. WANG, A.F. MANOME, and P. CHU. Modeling the Great Lakes with FVCOM+UGCICE. IAGLR 2017, 60th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Detroit, MI, May 15-19, 2017 (2017).
  • LUCIER, H.M., N. HAWLEY, and P. CHU. Developing a long-term database of water temperature measurements in the Great Lakes. IAGLR 2017, 60th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Detroit, MI, May 15-19, 2017 (2017).
  • PEI, L., A.D. GRONEWOLD, D.J. GOchis, K. Sampson, A. Dugger, C. XIAO, L. Mason, B.M. LOFGREN, and P.Y. CHU. Applying WRF-Hydro in the Great Lakes basin: offline simulations in the seasonal hydrological responses. AMS 2017, Seattle, WA, 2017 (2017).
  • WANG, J., J.A. KESSLER, H. HU, A. FUJISAKI-MANOME, A. CLITES, B.M. LOFGREN, and P. CHU. Seasonal forecast of Great Lakes ice cover using multi-variable regression and FVCOM+ice models. IAGLR 2017, 60th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Detroit, MI, May 15-19, 2017 (2017).
  • XIAO, C., B.M. *LOFGREN, J. WANG, P. CHU, and A.D. GRONEWOLD. Projecting water levels in the Laurentian Great Lakes during the 21st century. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, January 22-26 (2017).
  • XUE, P., P. CHU, X. YE, and G.A. LANG. Improve Lake Erie Thermal Structure Predictions using Data Assimilative Hydrodynamic Model. IAGLR 2017, 60th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Detroit, MI, May 15-19, 2017 (2017).
  • YE, X., P. XUE, J.S. PAL, J.D. LENTERS, and P. CHU. Coupling a Regional Climate Model with a 3-D Hydrodynamic Model over the Great Lakes. IAGLR 2017, 60th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Detroit, MI, May 15-19, 2017 (2017).
  • CHU, P. HYCOM and FVCOM operational hydrodynamic models in the Gulf of Mexico. NOAA RESTORE ACT project, Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi River Impact project,, New Orleans, LA, February 2016 (2016).
  • CHU, P.Y. HYCOM and FVCOM operational hydrodynamic models in the Gulf of Mexico. NOAA RESTORE ACT project, Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi River Impact project, New Orleans, LA, (2016).
  • CHU, P.Y. Operational HYCOM and FVCOM Coastal Ocean Models for the Gulf of Mexico Region. Lower Mississippi River Hydrodynamic Modeling Workshop, New Orleans, LA, (2016).
  • CHU, P.Y., and A.F. MANOME. Development and Evaluation of Lake Erie and Lake Michigan-Huron OFS. NOAA FVCOM workshop, SIlver Spring, MS, September, 2016 (2016).
  • CHU, P.Y., and A.F. MANOME. Evaluation of Turbulent Heat Fluxes during a Lake Effect Storm Event Using Direct Flux Measurements. NOAA FVCOM Workshop, Silver Spring, MD, September, 2016 (2016).
  • Smith, T.A., R.A. Allard, T.J. Campbell, P. CHU, J. Dykes, L. Zamudio, S. Chen, and S. BGabersek. Verification and validation of COAMPS: Results from a fully-coupled air/sea/wave modeling system. Ocean Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 21-26. AGU, ASLO, TOS (2016).
  • WANG, J., X. BAI, Y. YANG, A.H. CLITES, H. HU, and P.Y. CHU. Projection of Great Lakes Seasonal Ice Cover using Multi-Variable Regression Models. The 23rd IAHR International Symposium on Ice, Ann Arbor, MI, May 31 - June 3, 2016 (2016).


Selected Pre-GLERL Publications:
  • Allard, R.A, E.R. Rogers, P. J. Martin, T.G. Jensen, P.Y. Chu, T. Campbell, J. Dykes, T.A. Smith , “The US Navy Coupled Ocean –Wave Prediction System”, Journal of Oceanography, p92-103, 2014. (Chu_NavyCoupledSystem_TOS2014.pdf)
  • Chu, P., G. A. Jacobs, M.K. Cambazoglu and R.S. Linzell, “Multi Model Validation of Currents in the Chesapeake Bay Region in June 2010”, J. Marine Geodesy, 35:399-428, 2012. (Chu_MultiModelChesBay_JMG2012.pdf)
  • Allard, R.A., T.J. Campbell, T.A. Smith, T.G. Jensen, P. Chu, E.W. Rogers, U.M. Gravois and S.N. Carroll, Validation Test Report for the Coupled Ocean Atmosphere Mesoscale Prediction System (COAMPS) Version 5.0 Ocean/Wave, NRL/MR/7322-11-2012, 110pp, 2012. (Chu_COAMPSVTR_NRL2012.pdf)
  • Smith S., J. Cummings, C. Rowley, P. Chu, J. Shriver, R. Helber, P. Spence, S. Carroll and O.M. Smedstad, Validation Test Report for the Navy Coupled Ocean Data Assimilation 3D Variational Analysis(NCODA-VAR) System Version 3.43, NRL/MR/7320-12-9363,148pp, 2012. (NCODA_3DVAR_VTR_2011.pdf)
  • Chu, P. and J. Kelley, G. Mott, A.J. Zhang and G. Lang, “Development, Implementation and Skill Assessment of the NOAA/NOS Great Lakes Forecast System”, J. of Ocean Dynamics, Vol61, No9, p1305-1316, 2011. (Chu_GLOFS_JOD2011.pdf)
  • Blain, C.A., R.S. Linzell, P. Chu and C. Massey, Validation Test Report for the ADvanced CIRCulation Model (ADCIRC) V45.11, NRL Technical Report, NRL/MR/7320-10-9205, 109pp, 2010. (Chu_ADCIRCVTR_NRL2010.pdf)
  • Kelley, J., A.J. Zhang, P. Chu and G. Lang, “Skill Assessment of NOS Lake Huron Operational Forecast System (LHOFS)”, NOAA Technical Report NOS CS23, 53pp, 2010. (FY10-16LHOFS-FINAL.pdf)
  • Chu, P., Blain C.A. and Linzell, R.S., Development and Implementation of an Operational Coastal Forecast System, Proceeding of Korea-China Joint Workshop on Marine Environment Forecasting System for the Yellow Sea and East China Sea, Jeju, Korea, p13-16, 2010.
  • Chu.Y.P, C.A. Blain and R.S. Linzell, Development of a Relocatable Operational Coastal Modeling System for the US Navy, Oceans 09 MTS/IEEE, MS, 2009. (Chu_NavyReloSystem_MTS2009.pdf)
  • Chu, P., C.A. Blain, Development of a Relocatable Coastal Forecast System – Korean Coast Application, 2009 International Workshop on Operational System for Marine Environment and Forecasting, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, p123-130, 2009.
  • Kelley, J., A.J. Zhang, P. Chu and G. Lang, “Skill Assessment of NOS Lake Ontario Operational Forecast System (LOOFS)”, NOAA Technical Report NOS CS13, 40pp. 2008. (FY08-06LOOFS-FINAL.pdf)
  • Chu, P. J. Kelley, A.J. Zhang, G. Lang and K. Bedford, “Skill Assessment of NOS Lake Erie Operational Forecast System (LEOFS)”, NOAA Technical Report NOS CS12, 73p, 2007. (FY07-22LEOFS-FINAL.pdf)
  • Kelley, John, P. Chu, A.J. Zhang, G. Lang and D. Schwab, “Skill Assessment of NOS Lake Michigan Operational Forecast System (LMOFS)”, NOAA Technical Report NOS CS8, 67p, 2007.(FY07-05LMOFS-FINAL.pdf)
  • Kelley, J., P. Chu, A.J. Zhang and G.Lang, “Skill Assessment of NOS Lake Superior Operational Forecast System (LSOFS)”, NOAA Technical Report NOS CS9, 48p, 2007. (FY06-08LSOFS-FINAL.pdf)

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