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CMUG Third Integration Meeting
MPI-M, Hamburg, Germany, 3 to 5 June 2013

Meeting Program
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Monday 3rd June
Key Note presentations
Long term datasets David Lary (University of Texas)
Next generation ESMs Colin Jones (SMHI)
Soil moisture in climate, models and observations Sonia Seneviratne (ETHZ)
Visualisation of climate data Michael Boettinger (DKRZ)
CMUG assessment of precursor and CCI ECV datasets
Marine Met Office and MeteoFrance
Atmosphere MeteoFrance and ECMWF
Terrestrial MPI-M
 
Tuesday 4th June
Atmospheric ECVs
Aerosol Thomas Hozer-Popp (DLR)
Clouds Rainer Hollmann (DWD)
Greenhouse gases Michael Buchwitz (University of Bremen)
Ozone Michel van Roozendael (Aeronomie)
Marine ECVs
Sea surface height Benoit Meyssignac (LEGOS)
Ocean colour Shuba Sathyendranath (Plymouth Marine Laboratory)
Sea ice Stein Sandven (NERSC)
Sea surface temperature Chris Merchant (Reading University)
Terrestrial ECVs
Ice sheets Rene Forsburg (DTU Space)
Land Cover Pierre Defourny (Univesite Catholique de Louvain)
Soil moisture Wouter Dorigo (TU Wien)
Fire Emilio Chuvieco (UAH)
Glaciers Frank Paul (University of Zurich)
 
Wednesday 5th June
Key Note presentations
Metrics and data in model evaluation Veronika Eyring (DLR)
Update on Obs4MIPs Robert Ferraro (NASA-JPL)
The FP7 CORE-CLIMAX project Joerg Schultz (EUMETSAT)
Visualisation corner Philip Eales (Planetary Visions)
Feedback
Results from Science Leads breakout group Chris Merchant (Reading University)

Results from the science speed dating Paul van der Linden (Met Office)

 

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