This is a virtual meeting with guests participating via webcast, access grid, and conference call. Local guests will meet in the VisLab at UCAR's Mesa Lab.
To participate by access grid, please see let us know you're planning to connect and follow the guidelines on this web page.
To participate by conference call, please dial in to one of these access numbers: 1-800-516-9896 or 1-816-650-0725. (International callers must use the 816 number.) When prompted, enter participant code 73858 followed by the pound sign.
To view the webcast of presentations: open a java enabled web-browser; go to the following URL: http://whiteboard.cgd.ucar.edu; type in the password "irac96%#" without the quotes.
Expected Access Grid Participants: PNNL.
Loading Presentations: Local guests may bring their presentations to the meeting on a USB drive to be loaded up from 8 - 9 am. Non-local guests must send their presentations or links to email@example.com no later than 8am on 4/3/07. Please don't wait until the last minute!
|8:00 am||Load Presentations for Webcast|
|9:00 am||Status of CCSM 3.5 by Peter Gent of NCAR|
|9:25 am||C-LAMP Update by Scott Doney of WHOI|
|9:50 am||Aerosol Update by Steve Ghan of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory|
|10:30 am||CAM 4 Developments by Phil Rasch of NCAR|
|10:55 am||Low Resolution - Keep T31 with New Physics?|
|11:15 am||CAB Letter - Discussion and Response|
|1:00 pm||Set Up for Initial Short-term Simulation?|
|1:30 pm||CCSM Award|
|1:45 pm||New WG Cochairs, SSC Member|
|2:00 pm||Workshop - Speakers, Including CCSM Overview, Committee to Decide Travel Funds|
|2:20 pm||COLA Collaboration|
|2:45 pm||Any Other Business|
For questions or comments on this page, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: 3/29/07 EAD
CCSM is sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). CCSM is a project within the Climate & Global Dynamics Division (CGD) of the Earth and Sun Systems Laboratory (ESSL) at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). NCAR is managed by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR).