[GeoSciML] AGU session A045. Integrated Model-Observation Test Beds

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Sun Jul 15 19:04:19 EDT 2012

Sorry for cross posting, but abstracts are due before our Wellington meeting.

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From: hydro.dwg-bounces+bruce.simons=csiro.au at lists.opengeospatial.org [mailto:hydro.dwg-bounces+bruce.simons=csiro.au at lists.opengeospatial.org] On Behalf Of David Arctur
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Subject: [Hydro.dwg] AGU session A045. Integrated Model-Observation Test Beds

Folks, please consider submitting abstracts to this joint atmospheric/biogeosciences session at the AGU 2012 Fall Meeting:

"Weather and climate model development is being transformed by model-observation test beds. Within test beds, parameterizations can be developed and tested quickly, uncertain constants can be constrained by observations, and existing models can be evaluated. We will solicit contributions from weather and climate researchers operating at the intersection between observations and model development, who utilize test bed concepts and constructs to make model simulations and predictions more accurate and realistic. Contributions describing interactive modeling and observational studies using multiple datasets to address specific model shortcomings and papers coupling the test beds with uncertainty quantification methodologies will be especially encouraged."

Abstracts are due by midnight August 8, see http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2012/scientific-program/abstract-submission-policies/

David Arctur, PhD
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