Location: University of Leeds, UK, 9-10 Jan 2019
The international workshop will explore approaches to quantify and reduce uncertainty in a new generation of Earth system models that include atmospheric chemistry, aerosols, vegetation and ecosystem responses. The workshop follows on from the successful meeting ‘Future opportunities to inform UK climate projections’ hosted by the UK Met Office on 4-6 July 2017. The programme will focus on uncertainties in the physical ocean, ocean biogeochemistry, land surface, carbon cycle and/or atmospheric chemistry Earth system model components. This is a discussion-based workshop with all participants actively involved, with ad hoc presentations encouraged.
We welcome participants with expertise in models and measurements across all Earth system disciplines as well as statisticians and those who use climate projections.
Attendance at the workshop is limited. If you are interested in participating in the workshop please confirm your interest here before the 26th Oct 2018.
Workshop organisers:Ben Booth (Met Office), Ken Carslaw (Leeds), Adam Blaker (NOC), Mat Collins (Exeter) and Leighton Regayre (Leeds)