WCRP/SCO R Worksho p o n Intercomparison an d Validatio n of Ocean-Atmospher e Flux Director, Field s The WCRP/SCOR Workshop on Intercomparison National and Validation of Ocean-Atmosphere Flux Fields, to be held in Washington, D.C., 21-25 May 2001, is the Severe Storms second meeting encouraging interaction and dialogue Laboratory between the diverse scientific communities involved in producing and using air-sea fluxes. (NSSL) Following the landmark first WCR P Workshop on Air-Sea Flux Fields for Forcing Ocean Models and (A Senior Executive Service Position Validating GCMs held at ECMWF, Reading, in Oc- in the Federal Government) tober 1995, a joint WCRP/SCOR Working Group on Air-Sea Fluxes was set up to continue to foster inter- Of fice o f Oceanic and Atmospheric Research National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration disciplinary consultations in this area, and to catalogue Norman, Oklahoma and keep under review available surface flux and flux- $113,400- 130,200 annually related datasets. The final report of the working group NOAA#00-08 is a substantial document assessing the present state The candidate selected for this position is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, coordinating and evaluating of the art in regard to air-sea flux determination the National Severe Storms Laboratory's severe storms research
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 2000
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