Meetings

Last edited by Cathy.Smith@noaa.gov on Fri, 11/15/2013 - 12:05

Meetings

2013

  • April 29-May 1, 2013: SPARC Reanalysis/analysis Intercomparison Project (S-RIP) Planning Meeting in Exeter, UK.

    The scientific objectives, scope and aims of the meeting appear on the meeting website  

    Important Additional Information:  
      The meeting is open to all, but since space is limited all participants must register. To do this, please  send the following information to   srip2013@ml.hokudai.ac.jp(1: Name, 2: Email address, 3: Affiliation, 4: Title and short abstract (if you are submitting a poster))  .

    Information on travelling to the Met Office is found   at the meeting webpage.
     

  • June 17-21, 2013: American Meteorological Society Conference on the Middle Atmosphere, Newport, Rhode Island, USA. www.ametsoc.org/meet/fainst/201317middle.html. Members of the SPARC Data Assimilation Working Group are encouraged to submit abstracts (there shall be no separate SPARC Data Assimilation Workshop in 2013). Special sessions on Data Assimilation will be convened at the conference, provided enough relevant abstracts are submitted. A side meeting will be organised to discuss SPARC Data Assimilation Working Group-related business.

 

  • October 7-11 2013: Sixth WMO Symposium on Data Assimilation, College Park, Maryland, USA  http://www.ncep.noaa.gov/events/2013/wmo6da/
    Symposium Goals:
    (1) Assess recent progress in atmospheric, oceanographic, and hydrologic data assimilation, in both research and operational environments.
    (2) Reach common understanding of the main challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in data assimilation.

    Abstract submissions are free and currently being accepted. The deadline has been extended to Friday, 10 May 2013.
    Abstracts can be submitted here. Please download the abstract template (MS Word format) and convert to pdf.
 
  • December 9-13 2013: AGU Fall Meeting - Session on Atmospheric Reanalysis, San Francisco, California, USA http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2013/
    The session is open to contributions on current reanalysis developments including data assimilation, ensemble methods, coupled reanalysis, regional reanalysis, and the evaulation of reanalysis products. We especially encourage contributions on the verification of reanalyses using independent observations.

    We will have invited contributions from the following authors:
    - Michael Bosilovich (NASA) - Earth System reanalysis
    - Gil Compo (NOAA) - Sparse Input Reanalysis

    The deadline is Tuesday, 6 August 2013Abstracts can be submitted here.

2012

2011

2010

Legler, D., Dole R., 2011: Identifying Challenges and Opportunities for Earth System Reanalyses. EOS Transactions, 92, 172.

Legler D., Dole R., Allan R., Compo G., Carton J., 2011:  Evaluation of Reanalyses – Developing an Integrated Earth System Analysis (IESA) Capability Workshop and the 3rd Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth (ACRE) Workshop: Reanalysis and Applications. US Clivar Variations, 9, 5-6, May 2011.

Allan R., Compo G., Carton J., 2011: Recovery of Global Surface Weather Observations for Historical Reanalyses and International Users, EOS Transactions, 92, 154.

Legler D., Dole R., Allan R., Compo G., Carton J., 2011:  Evaluation of Reanalyses – Developing an Integrated Earth System Analysis (IESA) Capability Workshop and the 3rd Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth (ACRE) Workshop: Reanalysis and Applications. US Clivar Variations, 9, 5-6, May 2011. 

 

Meeting Presentations

 

By Topics (in progress)

Reanalysis Overviews:

Observational Data

  Data Recovery

Extremes and Variability

Specific Events

Outreach and Education

 

Comments (1)

Re: Meetings

A report manuscript for the S-RIP Planning Meeting (April 29-May 1, 2013) is now available at http://wwwoa.ees.hokudai.ac.jp/~fuji/s-rip/pub/index.html

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