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Workshop on Future US Earth System Reanalysis Webinars

Registration Fees

General Registration: $200

Early Career Scientist: $100

Virtual General Registration: $100

Virtual Early Career Scientist: $50



May 6, 2022

Abstract Submission

Poster abstracts: February 4, 2022

Boulder, CO and Virtual

Pre-workshop webinars

Leading up to the workshop, the SOC will host a series of community webinars to elucidate scientific and technological drivers for the next generation of the Earth system reanalysis. Information presented and discussion from the audience will help inform further discussion at the workshop. Those interested in the topics and/or those interested in participating in the workshop are encouraged to attend.

Use this link to join the webinar on April 19.

January 11, 2022, 11am-12:30pm ET (Recording)
Laura Slivinski, NOAA PSL: Introduction to the workshop (Slides)
Tom Hamill, NOAA PSL: Reanalysis for reforecast (Slides)
Gil Lizcano, Climate Scale: Emerging commercial applications based on public data (Slides)

February 8, 2022, 11am-12pm ET (Recording)
Karina von Schuckmann, Mercator Ocean: Heat sequestration in the ocean (Slides)
Clara Orbe, NASA Goddard: Stratospheric transport and stratosphere-troposphere interaction (Slides)

March 8, 2022, 4pm-5pm ET (Recording)
Arlindo da Silva, NASA Goddard: Planning for future observing systems focused on coupled processes
Linden Ashcroft, University of Melbourne: Sparse data rescue (Slides)

April 19, 2022, 11am-12pm ET (Recording)
Tom Augspurger, Microsoft: Cloud as a game changer: Planetary computer
Elizabeth Kent, National Oceanography Centre: Role of SST forcing in reanalysis and ability to reconstruct climate records (Slides)

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