MEETING SUMMARIES Advances in the Use of Historical Marine Climate Data BY ELIZABET H KENT , SCOT T WOODRUFF , NIC K RAYNER, TOD D ARBETTE R , * CHRI S FOLLAND, FRITS KOEK, DAVI D PARKER, RICHAR D REYNOLDS, ROGE R SAUNDERS, VASILY SMOLYANITSKY, STEVE N WORLEY , AN D TAKASH I YOSHIDA nderstandin g and observing climate change SECOND INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ADVANCES is a priority . While we rely on numerical model s to predict changes to the climate, we IN THE USE OF HISTORICAL MARINE CLIMATE DATA gai n confidence in those models throug h their ability to mode l the evolution of pas t climate change. WHAT : Sixty participants—marin e data users and man- ager s of marin e data and products—fro m eight Monitorin g current climate change demand s as long countrie s me t t o set priorities fo r th e futur e de- a historical perspective as possible. The study of past velopmen t of marin e climate data and products climat e change relies critically on the availability WHEN : 17-20 Octobe r 2005 of datasets that characterize the climate of Earth, WHERE : Met Office, Exeter,
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 2007
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