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The Comprehensive Atmospheric Modeling Program (CAMP) is one of several research programs within the College of Science at George Mason University (GMU) that was initiated in 1997. CAMP is an atmospheric modeling group offering a competitive research environment in the area of atmospheric modeling from local scale (urban) to regional (mesoscale) scales and estimation of transport and dispersion from a wide variety of source scenarios.

CAMP focuses on research areas of mesoscale meteorological modeling, natural hazards prediction, high fidelity severe weather prediction, data assimilation, tropical storms, cloud physics, atmospheric boundary layer physics, aerosol effects, atmospheric transport and dispersion modeling, hazardous atmospheric releases prediction, and model evaluation and uncertainty analysis.

Our offices are located at GMU Fairfax Campus.


21th Annual GMU Conference PRESENTATIONS


21th Annual GMU Conference Agenda


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