Climate Reanalysis Task Force Technical Workshop Participants

May 4-5, 2015
NCWCP Conference Center
5830 University Research Court
College Park, Maryland

Organizers: Jim Carton, Gilbert Compo, Arun Kumar, Suru Saha, Heather Archambault

Workshop Report (OAR Technical Report)

 

List of Confirmed Participants (last updated 04/17/15)

Full Name Affiliation
Will Chong NOAA CPO
Sarah Lu SUNYA
Craig Long NOAA/NWS/NCEP/CPC
Daniel Barrie NOAA CPO
Annarita Mariotti NOAA
Suranjana Saha EMC/NCEP
Caihong Wen NCEP/CPC
Lisan Yu Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Jeffrey Anderson NCAR
Daryl Kleist University of Maryland
Zhiquan Liu NCAR
Xiquan Dong University of North Dakota
Erica Dolinar University of North Dakota
Stephen Penny University of Maryland / NCEP
Yiyi Huang University of North Dakota
Ronald Gelaro NASA/GMAO
Alison Stevens NOAA/CPO
Jesse Meng NCEP EMC
Shrinivas Moorthi noaa
Xingren Wu EMC/NCEP
Xu Li EMC/NCEP/NOAA
John McCormack Naval Research Lab
Richard Cullather NASA GMAO
Arun Kumar NOAA/CPC
Jun Wang NCEP/EMC
John Woollen IMSG/EMC
Michael Bosilovich NASA GMAO
Wesley Ebisuzaki NCEP/CPC
Jose-Henrique Alves EMC/NCEP
Ricardo Todling NASA GMAO
Huug van den Dool CPC
santha akella gmao, nasa/ssai
Jeffrey Whitaker NOAA ESRL/Physical Sciences Division
Benjamin Giese Texas A&M
Eugenia Kalnay U.of Maryland
Arlindo da Silva NASA/Goddard Space FLight Center
guillaume vernieres GMAO-NASA-SSAI
Christian Keppenne >NASA GMAO
Yury Vikhliaev USRA/GMAO
Gilbert Compo U. of Colorado/CIRES & NOAA/ESRL Physical Sciences Division
lison Stevens NOAA/CPO
Heather Archambault Climate Program Office - MAPP
Yan Xue CPC/NCEP/NOAA
Dick Dee ECMWF
hiquan Liu NCAR
Sarah Lu SUNYA

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