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    From: Arun Kumar Wednesday, January 5, 2005 7:39 pm Subject AGU Spring Meeting Hello, For you information, following is a partial list of proposed special
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      From: Arun Kumar
      Wednesday, January 5, 2005 7:39 pm
      Subject AGU Spring Meeting

      Hello,

      For you information, following is a partial list of proposed special
      sessions that might be of some interest to you and your colleagues.
      Please remeber that deadline for abstract submission is Feb. 10, 2005.


      A05: Attribution of Climate Variability During the Last 100 Years
      (Marty Hoerling and Arun Kumar)

      A06: The Strengths and Limitations of First Generation Reanalyses for
      Understanding Climate Variability and Trends (Robin Webb, Jim Laver,
      Randy Dole, Phil Arkin)

      A08: Modeling, Simulating, and Forecasting Subseasonal Atmospheric
      Variability (Duane Waliser and Klaus Weickmann)

      A09: Outstanding Issues in Seasonal to Interannual Climate Prediction
      (Gill Compo, P. Sardeshmukh, Ming Ji, Ping Cheng, Andy Robertson)

      A10: Ensemble Forecasts for Weather and Seasonal Climate
      (Krishnamurti,
      Rajagoplan)

      The cutoff date for abstract submissions is 10th Feburary, 2005.

      AGU meeting, and the abstract submission information, is available from

      http://www.agu.org/meetings/sm05/


      If you can distribute this information to whoever you think might be
      interested, I would appreciate it very much.

      Thanks,

      Arun Kumar
      Climate Prediction Center
      Camp Springs, MD 20746
      USA
      301-763-8000x7579


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