Upcoming Conferences Sponsored by Royal 40-Year Reanalysis Project on CD-ROM Meteorological Society The National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) and the National Center for Atmospheric Re- The Royal Meteorological Society (RMS) is con- search (NCAR) began collaboration on the Reanaly- ducting an international conference on the Physics of sis Project in 1991, with the goal of producing global Climate on 29-30 October 1997. The conference, sup- analyses of atmospheric fields for the period spanning ported by the Institute of Physics, will convene at the the late 1940s to the present (see Bull. Amer. Meteor. Royal Society, London, United Kingdom. Soc., 77, 437-471). Collaborators anticipate that 40 The program will feature presentations by eminent years of data will have been reanalyzed by the end of speakers in the science. Confirmed speakers include this year. This undertaking involves the recovery, Sir John Houghton, Edward Lorenz, Richard Goody, quality control, and analysis of land surface, ship, raw- Carl Wunsch, Graeme Stephens, Dennis Hartmann, insonde, pibal, aircraft, and satellite data using a state- Robert Charlson, John Monteith, John Mitchell, and of-the-art data assimilation system that will remain un- Brian Hoskins. changed during the course of the entire data record. The conference is divided
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1997
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