MAPP Webinar Series: Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction: Research Efforts and Broader Perspective

  • 16 February 2018

Event date: 2/21/2018 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Export event


Image Credit: Cory Baggett, Colorado State University and MAPP S2S Task Force​

The NOAA CPO Modeling, Analysis, Predictions, and Projections (MAPP) program hosted a webinar on the topic of Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction: Research Efforts and Broader Perspective on Wednesday, February 21, 2018.

Date/Time Title & Presenters

February 21, 2018
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET

 

Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction: Research Efforts and Broader Perspective

Speakers and Topics

Michael Rixen (WMO/World Climate Research Programme) and Paolo Ruti (WMO/World Weather Research Programme): The Subseasonal to Seasonal (S2S) Prediction Project 


Michael Ventrice (The Weather Company): The Weather Company (Energy Team) And NOAA Data 
 


Elizabeth Barnes (Colorado State University): Bridging the Gap: NOAA MAPP’s S2S Prediction Task Force



Andrew Robertson (Columbia University): Update on the WWRP/WCRP S2S Project and linkages with MAPP S2S Task Force 



Ben Kirtman (University of Miami): SubX Multi-Model Predictability and Prediction Experiment

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***Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed during the webinars do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

 

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Contact

Dr. Annarita Mariotti
MAPP Program Director, on detail to EOP/OSTP
P: 301-734-1237
E: annarita.mariotti@noaa.gov

Dr. Daniel Barrie
Acting MAPP Program Director
P: 301-734-1256
E: daniel.barrie@noaa.gov

Courtney Byrd
MAPP Program Specialist
P: 301-734-1257
E: courtney.byrd@noaa.gov

Wenfei Ni
MAPP Program Specialist
P: 
E: wenfei.ni@noaa.gov

Nicole Rucker
Knauss Fellow

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