9TH SPARC DATA ASSIMILATION WORKSHOP

Last edited by gloria.l.manney on Tue, 03/27/2012 - 15:20

The 9th Stratospheric Processes And their Role in

Climate (SPARC) Data Assimilation

Workshop

11-13 June 2012
Socorro, New Mexico, USA
http://ee.nmt.edu/~sparc-da
Abstract/registration deadline 30 March 2012
 

The 9th Stratospheric Processes And their Role in Climate (SPARC) Data Assimilation workshop will be held in Socorro, New Mexico during 11-13 June 2012. This is the latest in a series of annual meetings which brings data assimilators and users of assimilation products together with experts in modelling, measurements and process studies. For descriptions of previous SPARC-DA workshops, please check the meeting reports in SPARC Newsletters No. 26, 28, 30, 34 and 36:
http://www.sparc-climate.org/publications/newsletter

 Abstracts are welcome on any aspect of data assimilation or usage of assimilation products.  This year's themes and invited speakers are:

1) Stratosphere/troposphere coupling and the Stratospheric Network on Assessment of Predictability (SNAP) (Martin Charron, Environment Canada; Peter Hitchcock, University of Cambridge)
2) Assessment of middle atmosphere analyses and the SPARC Reanalysis/analysis Intercomparison Project (S-RIP) (Karen Rosenlof, NOAA; Markus Rex, Alfred Wegener Institute)
3) Gravity waves and their representation in middle atmosphere models and analyses (Joan Alexander, Northwest Research Associates; David Siskind, Naval Research Laboratory)

Conference homepage: http://ee.nmt.edu/~sparc-da
Abstract/registration deadline 30 March 2012

Register and/or submit abstracts by sending an email to sparc-da@ee.nmt.edu (please cc to Gloria.L.Manney@jpl.nasa.gov) including your contact information (affiliation, address, phone) and abstract (plain text or PDF please).
 

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