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Climate Data Records: From Environmental Satellites A Workshop Agenda and Participants WORKSHOP AGENDA Thursday, August 21 8:00–8:30 Continental Breakfast 8:30–8:45 Welcome [Dave Robinson] 8:45–9:30 Plenary Talk #1: NOAA Satellite CDR Plan [Mitch Goldberg, John Bates] 9:30–9:45 Plenary Talk: Lessons from the NCEP/NCAR Reanalyses [Eugenia Kalnay] 10:00–12:30 Session #1: Meeting User Needs 10:00–10:35 Plenary Talk: Issues in Climate Data Records from satellite observations [Kevin Trenberth] 10:35–10:45 Comments from Greg Withee 11:05–12:30 Breakout Sessions 1 – Climate monitoring 2 – Model validation and development 3 – User applications 12:30–1:30 Lunch 2:00–4:30 Session #2: Attributes of Successful CDRs 2:00–2:30 Plenary Talk: What are the key attributes of successful CDR generation programs? [Graeme Stephens] 2:45–4:15 Breakout Sessions 1 – CDR principles 2 – Data management 3 – Assimilation/integration (w/other satellites, in situ measurements, multivariate data) 4:30–4:45 Day 1 Closing Remarks [Dave Robinson]
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Climate Data Records: From Environmental Satellites Friday, August 22 8:00 - 8:30 Continental Breakfast 8:30–9:00 Breakout Session #1 Group Discussion 9:00–9:30 Breakout Session #2 Group Discussion 9:30–12:30 Session #3: CDR Production Strategies 9:30–10:00 Plenary Talk: What are the advantages and disadvantages of different models or strategies for producing CDRs, such as using partnerships among government, academia, and the private sector, different blends of space-based and in situ data (e.g., all space-based versus some balance) or other approaches? [Bill Rossow] 10:15–11:45 Breakout Sessions 1 – Biosphere 2 – Hydrosphere 3 – Energy 12:00–12:30 Breakout Session #3 Group Discussion 12:30 Closing Remarks [Dave Robinson] WORKSHOP PARTICIPANT LIST Alvin Miller, NOAA Andrew Heidinger, NOAA Antonio Busalacchi, University of Maryland Arnold Gruber, NOAA Chet Koblinsky, NASA Chris Elvidge, NOAA Dan Tarpley, NOAA Dave Thompson, Colorado State University Dorothy Hall, NASA Dudley Chelton, Oregon State University Ed Harrison, PMEL Eugenia Kalnay, University of Maryland Forrest Hall, University of Maryland Frank Muller-Karger, University of South Florida George Ohring, NOAA Gerald Dittberner, NOAA Graeme Stephens, Colorado State University Greg Withee, NOAA Herb Jacobowitz, Short and Associates
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Climate Data Records: From Environmental Satellites Herb Kroehl, NOAA Jim McGuire, NPOESS IPO Jim Miller, NOAA Jim Silva, NOAA John Janowiak, NOAA John Townshend, University of Maryland Juri Knyazikhin, Boston University Ken Casey, NOAA Ken Knapp, NOAA Kenneth Casey, NOAA Kent Hughes, NOAA Kevin Trenberth, NCAR Kory Priestley, NASA Lisa Botluk, NOAA Marie Colton, NOAA Martha Bodden, Mitretek Mary Ann Esfandieri, NASA Mike Haas, NPOESS/IPO Mitch Goldberg, NOAA Norm Loeb, NASA R.E. Murphy, NASA Rachel Pinker, University of Maryland Russ Rew, UCAR Shobha Kondragunta, NOAA Sky Yang, NOAA Steve Mango, NPOESS/IPO Sue Russell, Mitretek Todd Mitchell, University of Washington Watson Gregg, NASA William Rossow, NASA
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