- Training Course
- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
- 22-25 Oct 2012
- United States of America (Fort Collins, CO)
- Fort Collins Hilton,425 West Prospect
The workshop will address the status and prospects for advancing climate prediction, monitoring, and diagnostics, with emphasis on five major themes:
- Improving climate prediction tools and techniques through dynamical and statistical models and methods, forecaster practices and protocols, data and model improvements, and scientific concepts.
- Prospects for improved understanding, prediction, and simulation of intra-seasonal, seasonal, inter-annual climate variability, including the extratropical annual modes, stratosphere/troposhere coupling, tropical-extratropical interactions, land-surface forcing, etc.
- Climate variability and prediction in relation to the hydrologic cycle and in particular Western water resources.
- Prediction and attribution of recent high impact weather and climate events.
- Improving climate services through the application of new technologies, including GIS, statistical tools, and software development practices.
The workshop will feature daytime presentations, invited speakers, and panel discussions with a poster session event on one evening.
What is included in the event feeAll conference sessions, social events, continental breakfasts,
refreshments, banquet and conference packet.
How to register
To register, please, visit the online page here.
- Climate Change, Early Warning, Risk Identification & Assessment, GIS & Mapping, Water
- United States of America