THE CRCES WORKSHOP ON DECADAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY

THE CRCES WORKSHOP ON DECADAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY MEETIN G SUMMARIES THE CRCES WORKSHOP ON DECADAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY BY VIKRAM MEHTA, YOCHANAN KUSHNIR, JUDITH LEAN, DAVID LEGLER, ROGER LUKAS, ANDRE Y PROSHUTINSKY, NORMAN ROSENBERG, HANS VON STORCH, PAUL SCHOPF, AND WARRE N WHITE he importance of decadal climate variability CRCE S DECADAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY WORKSHOP (DCV ) research is bein g increasingly recognized, includin g by international research programs WHAT: Researchers discuss a strategy to describe, suc h as the World Climate Research Program understand, and predict decadal climate (WCRP ) and the U.S. National Research Council. variability and its societal impacts. Thi s brief article (workshop presentations available WHEN: 17-20 Octobe r 2005 onlin e at www.DecVar.org/auditorium.php) sum- WHERE: Warrenton , Virginia marizes a consensus view of a research community workshop 1 attended by approximately 45 scientists. Gap s in our knowledge of DC V and its societal OBSERVATIONS . In this workshop, many ex- impact s were identified, as were areas of needed amples o f externally forced and internally generated research and anticipated benefits of research. It is a pattern s of DC V were presented, ranging in time majo r challenge to implement recommendations of scales from eight years to several decades. In http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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MEETIN G SUMMARIES THE CRCES WORKSHOP ON DECADAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY BY VIKRAM MEHTA, YOCHANAN KUSHNIR, JUDITH LEAN, DAVID LEGLER, ROGER LUKAS, ANDRE Y PROSHUTINSKY, NORMAN ROSENBERG, HANS VON STORCH, PAUL SCHOPF, AND WARRE N WHITE he importance of decadal climate variability CRCE S DECADAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY WORKSHOP (DCV ) research is bein g increasingly recognized, includin g by international research programs WHAT: Researchers discuss a strategy to describe, suc h as the World Climate Research Program understand, and predict decadal climate (WCRP ) and the U.S. National Research Council. variability and its societal impacts. Thi s brief article (workshop presentations available WHEN: 17-20 Octobe r 2005 onlin e at www.DecVar.org/auditorium.php) sum- WHERE: Warrenton , Virginia marizes a consensus view of a research community workshop 1 attended by approximately 45 scientists. Gap s in our knowledge of DC V and its societal OBSERVATIONS . In this workshop, many ex- impact s were identified, as were areas of needed amples o f externally forced and internally generated research and anticipated benefits of research. It is a pattern s of DC V were presented, ranging in time majo r challenge to implement recommendations of scales from eight years to several decades. In

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Sep 10, 2006

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