Workshop on High-Resolution Coupling and Initialization to Improve Predictability and Predictions in Climate Models - Participants

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List of confirmed participants (last updated 09/24/15)

Full Name Affiliation
Santha Akella NASA GMAO
Heather Archambault NOAA/OAR/CPO
Julio Bacmeister NCAR
Dan Barrie NOAA/OAR/CPO
Stan Benjamin NOAA/ESRL
Cecilia Bitz University of Washington
Frank Bryan NCAR
Jessie Carman NOAA
Ben Cash GMU/COLA
Will Chong NOAA/OAR/CPO
Bill Collins LBNL
Cecelia DeLuca NOAA/ESRL
Clara Draper NASA
Dan Duffy NASA
Gary Geernaert DOE
Georg Grell NOAA/ESRL
>Brian Gross NOAA
Dan Duffy NASA
Eric Guilyardi University of Reading/IPSL
Lucas Harris NOAA/GFDL
Wayne Higgins NOAA/OAR/CPO
Pat Hogan Navy
Jin Huang NOAA/CPC
Shian Jiann Lin NOAA/GFDL
Renu Joseph DOE
Eugenia Kalnay University of Maryland
Alicia Karspeck UCAR
Jim Kinter GMU/COLA
Ben Kirtman University of Miami
Steve Klein LLNL
Arun Kumar NOAA/CPC
Ruby Leung PNNL
Fei Liu NOAA/ESRL
Hsi-Yen Ma LLNL
Annarita Mariotti NOAA/OAR/CPO
Brian Medeiros NCAR
Franco Molteni ECMWF
Shrinivas Moorthi NOAA/NCEP
Masuo Nakano JAMSTEC
Travis O'Brien LBNL
Steve Penny UMD/NOAA/NCEP
Bill Putman NASA
Kevin Raeder NCAR
Suru Saha NOAA/EMC
Christiana Stan GMU/COLA
Ali Stevens NOAA/OAR/CPO
Joe Tribbia NCAR
Gabe Vecchi NOAA/GFDL
Guillaume Vernieres NASA
Xiaosong Yang NOAA/GFDL
Colin Zarzycki NCAR
Ming Zhao NOAA/GFDL

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