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Monday, May 16, 2022 (Recording)
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07:00

Registration and continental breakfast

 
07:30 Virtual room open  
08:00

Welcome, opening remarks, and workshop goals

Sergey Frolov, NOAA PSL and Cecile Rousseaux, NASA
 

Session 1: Scientific and application requirements for consistent climate reanalysis

Moderators: Isla Simpson, NCAR, Patrick Heimbach, University of Texas at Austin, and Cecile Rousseaux, NASA
08:20 Land Surface Hydrology in Earth System Reanalysis Rolf Reichle, NASA Goddard
08:40 Carbon cycle including land, atmosphere, and ocean Lesley Ott, NASA Goddard
09:00 Atmospheric composition (chemistry and aerosols) Angela Benedetti, ECMWF* and Antje Inness, ECMWF*
09:20 Reanalysis with a focus on high-latitudes: Cryosphere, land, atmosphere, bio, fluxes, and ice An Nguyen, University of Texas at Austin
09:40 Discussion and introduction to breakouts Isla Simpson, NCAR
09:50

Break

 
10:10

Breakout discussion

 
11:30

Lunch

 
12:30 Poster session  
14:00 Probabilistic products for NWP David Richardson, ECMWF*
14:20 Use of reanalysis in climate services: Examples of sector applications Chiara Cagnazzo, ECMWF/Copernicus* and Hans Hersbach, ECMWF*
14:40 Support of fisheries and ecosystem modeling Mike Jacox, NOAA SWFSC/PSL*
15:00 Discussion and introduction to breakouts Patrick Heimbach, University of Texas at Austin
15:20

Break

 
15:30

Breakout discussion

 
16:30

End day 1, in-person networking event, breakout moderators meet to formulate day 1 summary

 
Tuesday, May 17, 2022 (Recording)
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07:30

Continental breakfast

 
08:00 Virtual room open  
08:30 Welcome, intro to day 2 goals, summary of day 1 breakouts Isla Simpson, NCAR and Patrick Heimbach, University of Texas at Austin
08:40 Discussion  
 

Session 2: Technological opportunities and limitations

Moderators: Laura Slivinski, CIRES/NOAA PSL, Ron Gelaro, NASA GMAO, and Cecile Rousseaux, NASA
09:00 Overview of different periods for reanalysis (paleo, sparse, post WWII, modern era) and how they can be leveraged in the development of future reanalysis systems Gil Compo, University of Colorado/NOAA PSL
09:20 Perspective on the needs and opportunities for data rescue/reprocessing Bill Bell, ECMWF*
09:40 Interaction of model development and reanalysis production Mark Rodwell, ECMWF*
10:00 Handling of systematic errors Patrick Laloyaux, ECMWF
10:20

Discussion, introduction to breakouts

Laura Slivinski, CIRES/NOAA PSL
10:40 Break  
11:00

Breakout discussion

 
12:00

Lunch

 
13:00 Different approaches to coupling Sergey Frolov, NOAA PSL
13:20 Trade-off between accuracy and dynamic balance in reanalysis Patrick Heimbach, University of Texas at Austin
13:40 Uncertainty characterization for reanalysis Jeff Whitaker, NOAA PSL
14:00

Regional RA experience in Europe and the Copernicus perspective

Anca Brookshaw, ECMWF/Copernicus*
14:20 Discussion  
14:40

Break

 
15:00

Breakout discussion

 
16:00

End of day 2, breakout moderators meet to formulate 1 summary

 
Wednesday, May 18, 2022 (Recording)
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07:30

Continental breakfast

 
08:00 Virtual room open  
08:30 Welcome, intro to day 3 goals, summary of day 2 breakouts Laura Slivinski, CIRES/NOAA PSL and Ron Gelaro, NASA GMAO
08:40 Discussion  
 

Session 3: Collaborations

Moderators: Tom Auligne, JCSDA, Sergey Frolov, NOAA PSL, and Dick Dee, Planet A
09:00 JEDI as a shared infrastructure for DA and role of JEDI in integrated reanalysis Anna Shlyaeva, UCAR/JCSDA
09:20 Copernicus Climate Change Service: How user requirements influenced ERA5 products Anabelle Guillory, ECMWF/Copernicus*
09:40 Destination Earth and digital twins as a bridge between climate forecast and reanalysis communities Carlo Buontempo* and Peter Bauer, ECMWF/Copernicus
10:00 Discussion  
10:20

Break

 
10:40

Breakout discussion

 
11:40 Summary of breakout session Breakout moderators
12:00 Conclusion and next steps Sergey Frolov, NOAA PSL
12:30

Adjourn workshop

 

 *Virtual

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