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DAPS meeting May 29-31, 2019 College Park, MD: registration
The PAGES working group on Paleoclimate Reanalyses, Data Assimilation and Proxy System modelling (DAPS) will have its second workshop May 29-May 31 2019 in College Park (Maryland, USA), just outside Washington DC. The overall goal of the workshop will be to address the question: are we any closer to the assimilation of ‘native’ paleoenvironmental observations? To address this goal, we wish to discuss results stemming from the data assimilation and data modeling intercomparison projects we began with the first DAPS workshop (May 2017); and to stimulate the combined use of proxy system models and data assimilation. To do so we hope to bring together active DAPS working group members, representatives of PAGES groups who might develop novel data assimilation techniques or proxy system models in their field, and experts who might suggest new approaches to longstanding challenges in the field.
Please respond before March 15, 2019.
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There is only limited financial support available for workshop attendance. Support is prioritized for early career scientists and those from developing nations. Are you requesting financial support?
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I wish to attend the workshop because:
I am working on the data assimilation intercomparison project
I am working on the data modeling intercomparison project
I am interested in identifying new uses of data assimilation and proxy system modeling in paleoenvironmental research
I am interested in discussing new approaches to longstanding challenges in the field.
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