CMUG Integration Meeting #6


Date: 14 to 16 March 2016

Location: University of Munich (LMU), Luisenstrasse 37, Munich, Germany

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Attendees


Monday 14 March

Welcome


Alex Loew, LMU

Roger Saunders, CMUG, Met Office Head of Satellite Applications


Keynote presentations


EUCLEIA - Attribution of climate change in Earth Observations with models Sonia Seneviratne, ETH Zurich

CCI and beyond - remote sensing for climate, agriculture and hydrology Wolfram Mauser, LMU

Understanding Ocean Variability Arne Biastoch, GEOMAR

Model Development, the atmosphere and satellite observations Robert Pincus, NOAA


CCI data


CCI Open Data Portal project Victoria Bennett, STFC

CCI Open Data Portal Project - support for Obs4MIPS Matthieu Issartel, CGI

CCI Toolbox project - a toolbox for Climate Researchers Rainer Hollmann, DWD

ESMVal Tool for benchmarking Mattia Righi, DLR

CCI Visualisation Tool Philip Eales, Planetary Visions


Tuesday 15 March

CMUG assessment of CCI data - results to date and science plans


Parallel groups:

Group 1: SST, Sea Ice, Ocean Colour

Group 2: Fire, Aerosols, GHG, Ozone

Group 3: Land Cover, Soil Moisture, Clouds

Group 4: Glaciers, AIS, GIS, Sea Level

OC Assimilation David Ford, Met Office

Polar ECV cross assessment Felix Bunzel, MPI-M

Terrestrial ECV cross assessment Silvia Kloster, MPI-M

Coupled model assessment Clare Magand, IPSL

Cross Assessment for Arctic hydrology Ulrika Willén, SMHI

Cross Assessment for Regional Climate Models Ulrika Willén, SMHI

Seasonal forecasting Omar Bellprat, BSC

Cross assessment over the Mediterranean Serge Planton, MétéoFrance

Exploiting CCI products in MIP experiments Serge Planton, MétéoFrance


Parallel breakouts:

CCI Data for CMIP, ESMValTool & Model evaluation

Climate Modelling and the new ECVs

Data Tools

Science Leads

Climate Research Groups


Wednesday 16 March

Interactions & feedback


C3S Update Jean-Noël Thépaut, ECMWF

GCOS status plan Simon Eggleston, WMO

CCI+ Update Pascal Lecomte, ESA


Closing remarks


Pascal Lecomte, ESA

Roger Saunders, Met Office