INSIGHTS and INNOVATIONS FUTURE SCIENTIFIC DIRECTIONS Views from Early Career Scientists he first National Center for Atmospheric Research oceanography, and societal impacts— and separated into small breakout sessions to discuss specific topics, (NCAR) Early Career Scientist Association Junior T Faculty Forum on Future Scientific Directions in including the water cycle, interactions between land June 2003 was intended to promote interaction be- ecosystems and the atmospheric hydrologic cycle, tween junior scientists and faculty from the University and predictability. The following group of essays fol- Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) and lows this format and looks ahead to what attendees its member universities by allowing young scientists believe to be the major issues facing three important to better define their interests in a group of peers and interdisciplinary areas in their field. We hope that increase awareness of resources at UCAR and NCAR. these brief summary articles stimulate a continuation The attendees came from many disciplines—includ- of the wide ranging and candid discussion that took ing engineering, mathematics, biology, meteorology, place at the forum. Predictability BY JOSHUA HACKER, JAMES HANSEN, JUDITH BERNER, YANGQUA N CHEN, GIDO N ESHEL, GREGOR Y HAKIM, STEVEN LAZARUS, SHARANYA MAJUMDAR, REBECCA MORSS, ANDRE W POJE, VITALII
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Published: Dec 1, 2005
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