MAPP Webinar

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Date/Time Title
May 2, 2012
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
Evaluation of CMIP5 Model Experiments
Speakers and Topics: Jin-Yi Yu, UC Irvine
The Two Types of ENSO in CMIP5 Models and Their Different Impacts on North America Winter Temperature

David Neelin, UCLA
Precipitation issues in CMIP5 global warming and ENSO teleconnection simulations

Yolande Serra, University of Arizona
Representation of the Intra-Americas Sea and North American Monsoon in CMIP5 Historical and RCP 4.5 Model Simulations

Justin Sheffield, Princeton University
Global and regional drought from CMIP5: Evaluations of contemporary climate simulations and implications for future projections

Tao Zhang, NOAA ESRL
Understanding the Causes of ENSO Asymmetry Using CMIP5 Runs

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