The agenda can be downloaded here
Confirmed speakers include:
- Prof. Mike Wallace (Univ. of Washington) "EOFs, SVD and Beyond"
- Dr. Tom Bell (NASA GSFC) "Does Local Climate Really Change with the Day of the Week?"
- Prof. Bob Dickinson (Univ. of Texas)
- Dr. Michael King (Univ. of Colorado)
"Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Clouds observed by MODIS onboard the Terra and Aqua Satellites"
- Dr. Bob Cahalan (NASA GSFC) "Global energy balance and imbalance"
- Prof. Tom Wilheit (Texas A&M Univ.) "Uncertainties in the Retrieval of Oceanic precipitation from passive microwave measurements"
- Prof. Ed Zipser (Univ. of Utah) "What I learned from 11 years of TRMM data, 9 years at TAMU, and XXX years of advice from Jerry North"
- Prof. J. Shuka (COLA) "On the Fidelity and Predictability of Climate Models"
- Prof. Bob Houze (Univ. of Washington) "Extreme Convection Near the Himalayas and Andes"
- Dr. Doug Nychka (Director, IMAGe, NCAR) "The uncertain hockey stick"
- Prof. Jim Coakley (Oregon State) "Ship Tracks"
- Dr. Cecile Penland (NOAA ERL) "Fluctuation-Dissipation and Uncertainty
Analysis: It's all Jerry's Fault"
- Prof. Benjamin Kedem (Univ. of Maryland) "Semiparametric Data Fusion"
- Dr. Bette Otto-Bliesner (NCAR) "A Dream Realized: Simulating the Transient Climate Evolution of the Last 21,000 Years"
- Prof. Tom Crowley (Univ. of Edinburgh) "Paleometeorology - Examining a high resolution ice-age simulation at synoptic-scale resolution"
- Dr. Prashant Sardeshmukh (NOAA ERL) "Feasibility of Dynamically Constrained Climate
Reconstructions of the last 2000 years"
The program will also include contributed poster presentations, as well as 12-minute oral presentations from early-career scientists.
We are still accepting abstracts for the contributed poster session. If you would like to present a poster, please e-mail email@example.com with your abstract.