Lodging, Registration and other local information
NOAA's 35th Climate Diagnostics and Prediction Workshop
will be held in Raleigh, North Carolina, on 4-7 October 2010. The workshop will be hosted by the Cooperative Institute for
Climate and Satellites (CICS) and North Carolina State University; and co-sponsored by the Climate Prediction Center (CPC) of
the National Centers for Environmental Prediction and National Climatic Data Center (NCDC). The American Meteorological Society
is a cooperating sponsor.
The workshop will address the status and prospects for
advancing climate monitoring, assessment, and prediction, with emphasis in three major themes:
Use of climate data records including satellite
data, climatologies for improving climate predictions/predictability, and understanding and attribution of climate
variability and its impacts;
Improving climate services through development
and delivery of climate models, applications, and products in support of adaptation strategies;
Improving coastal monitoring and prediction in
support of assessing climate impacts in the coastal zone.
The workshop will feature daytime oral presentations,
invited speakers, and panel discussions with a poster session event on one evening.
To submit an abstract, please go to the abstract
submission panel and select a session to fill an abstract form. If you have a problem to do so, please send the required
information on the web form as an attachment via email to Jon.Gottschalck@noaa.gov or Fiona.Horsfall@noaa.gov.
The abstract deadline is July 2, 2010.