NMME Sub-seasonal Forecast System Exploratory Workshop

March 30-31, 2015

NCWCP Conference Center
5830 University Research Court
College Park, Maryland

Prospectus || Agenda & Presentations
Agenda (pdf)

List of Participants (pdf)

The workshop will invite participants from the research, operational and application communities, including scientists and stakeholders from the public and private sectors, and agency representatives.

NOAA CPO:  W. Higgins, A. Mariotti, D. Barrie, H. Archambault

CTB:   J. Huang

NCEP:
- W. LaPenta
- CPC:  D. DeWitt, H. van den Dool, J. Gottschalck  Q. Zhang, E. Becker, K. Mo, J. Schemm, S. Weaver, L-C Chen, A. Kumar, D. Collins, S. Baxter, D. Harnos, A. Vintzileos
- EMC:  H. Tolman, Y. Zhu, M. Mendez, 

ESRL:  S. Benjamin, S. Shun

GFDL: G. Vecchi , N. Johnson, X. Yang, L. Jia

NWS/HQ: F. Toepfer, J. Carmen, F. Horsfall, J. Zhou
NASA R. Koster, P. Robertson, B. Roberts, D. Considine, S. Pawson
Navy:
ONR:  D. Eleuterio, S. Harper, R. Ferek

NRL:  T. Whitcomb , J. Ridout, M. Flatau, Neil Barton

CNMOC: D. McCarren

FNMOC: D. Ramsaur, M. Hutchins (call-in)
Air Force:
R. Harris
DoE:
R. Joseph
NSF:
E. DeWeaver
International
APCC: Haejeong Kim and Hyung-Jin Kim

Environment Canada:  B. Denis, H. Lin, 

ECMWF:  F. Vitart

UK Met:  A Scaife (call-in), A. Brookshaw,
Universities and research institutes
U. Miami:  B. Kirtman

U. of George Mason:  J. Kinter,  K. Pegion, C. Stan

IRI:  A. Robertson, M. Tippett,

U. Maryland: X-Z Liang, E. Kalnay

Florida State U:  M. Cai, E. Chassignet

Stony Brook U:  Hyemi Kim

Selected BASC S2S Study Members: D. Kleist, J. Dutton, D. Waliser (call-in)

Beijing Norm University:  QY Duan

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