meeting review Summary of the NMC/NCAR Reanalysis Workshop of April 1991 Eugenia Kalnay* and Roy Jenne+ *National Meteorological Center, Washington, D.C., and+ National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado 1. Introduction eling, atmospheric transports, interannual variability, short-term climate prediction, climate diagnostics, angular momentum and length of day, coupled ocean- On 25 and 26 April 1991, a Reanalysis Workshop took atmosphere modeling, tropical ocean-global atmo- place at the National Meteorological Center (NMC), sphere (TOGA), and long-term climate change. Other under joint sponsorship by NMC and by the Climate organizations interested in performing reanalysis, such System Modeling Project (CSMP). The objectives of as the Center for Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Interac- the workshop were to inform the leading scientists of tions (COLA) of the University of Maryland, in addition the research community about the NMC/NCAR plans to ECMWF, were also represented. Also present were for reanalysis, to elicit their guidance and consensus representatives of the majorfunding agencies, NOAA, on major decisions required regarding the strategy to NASA, and NSF, as well as the National Research be followed, and to determine possible coordination Council. with other reanalysis projects (see Bengtsson and Shukla 1988; and Kinter and Shukla 1989 for earlier In this note we summarize
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