MAPP Webinar

  • 23 October 2013
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Date/Time Title
October 22, 2013
1:30 PM - 3:45 PM ET
MAPP/CDPW Webinar: The National Multi-Model Ensemble
  Speakers and Topics: Jin Huang (NOAA CTB)
NMME update and next steps

Ben Kirtman (University of Miami)
The Diversity of ENSO in the NMME Prediction Experiment

Timothy DelSole (COLA)
Does the Multi-Model Ensemble Enhance Skill?

Kathy Pegion (University of Colorado/NOAA ESRL)
A Preliminary look at MJO Forecast Skill in the NMME

Huug van den Dool (NOAA CPC)
Aspects of land surface hydrology in the NMME

Bertrand Denis (CMC)
Soil moisture biases and their correction in CanSIPS operational forecasts

Emily Becker (NOAA CPC)
The North American Multi-Model Ensemble: verification of real-time monthly-mean forecasts

Qin Zhang (NOAA CPC)
On the upward temperature trend (1982-present) in the NMME hindcasts

Suranjana Saha (NOAA EMC)
Gauging Systematic Errors of NMME models
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