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CCSM Joint Session: Land, Chemistry, Biogeochemistry Working Groups

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

NCAR, Boulder, CO

Tueday, February 27, 2007

Joint Session: Land, Chemistry, Biogeochemistry Working Groups

1:15 pm   Introduction and opening remarks
1:30 pm   Modeling methane (Inez Fung, UC Berkeley)
2:00 pm   River Routing (Jay Famiglietti, UC Irvine)
2:20 pm   Catchment-based modeling (Gopi Goteti, UC Irvine)
2:40 pm   Groundwater and overland flow (Reed Maxwell/Stefan Kollet, LLNL)
2:50 pm   Riverine transport of nutrients (Cindy Nevison, NCAR)
3:00 pm   Break
3:30 pm   Impacts of irrigation on climate (Bill Sacks, U Wisconsin)
3:40 pm   Irrigation (Peter Lawrence, CIRES)
3:50 pm   Irrigation (Zong-Liang Yang, U Texas)
4:00 pm   Discussion

Land use / Land cover

4:40 pm   Land cover change (Johann Feddema, U Kansas)
5:00 pm   Biogeochemical and economic model drivers (Atual Jain, U Illinois)
5:10 pm   Discussion (led by Jim Randerson)
5:30 pm   Biogeochemistry working group adjourns
5:30 - 6:30 pm   Reception (Damon Room)

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