[pccgrads] Fwd: Earth System Modeling Graduate Symposium 2019 at GMU

Luanne Thompson luanne at uw.edu
Wed Jan 30 11:56:25 PST 2019


FYI, another grad climate related conference!

LuAnne


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From: Teresa Cicerone <tciceron at masonlive.gmu.edu>
Date: Mon, Jan 28, 2019 at 9:21 AM
Subject: Earth System Modeling Graduate Symposium 2019 at GMU
To: Michael Mcphaden - NOAA Federal <michael.j.mcphaden at noaa.gov>


Hi Mike,

We have been planning a graduate student symposium here at George
Mason and we would like to get the word out to as many people as
possible. Could you please forward this email to any relevant mailing
lists you might have?



Hope all is well,

Teresa Cicerone



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Dear All,



The Center for Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Studies (COLA) and the Department
of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Earth Sciences at George Mason University
will be hosting the inaugural Earth System Modeling Graduate Symposium
on April 11, 2019. We would be delighted to invite graduate students
from your department to present their work, either in the form of
poster or oral presentations. Topics include predictability and
prediction of the climate system on sub-seasonal to multi-decadal
timescales, mechanisms and dynamics of climate variability,
paleoclimatology, ocean-atmosphere interactions, climate change,
climate modeling, land-climate interactions, or any other topic
relevant to climate science with a modeling aspect. We believe this
would be a wonderful opportunity for your students to be exposed to
presenting their work to their peers, to learn from graduate students
throughout the region, and develop lasting relationships between
researchers and students.



The program will include keynote speakers, oral presentations from
students, and a poster session. One keynote speaker, Professor
Benjamin Zaitchik of the Johns Hopkins University, will be presenting
a talk relating to his research, which is directed at understanding,
managing, and coping with climate and hydrologic variability. Other
keynote speakers are planned but not confirmed.



Any interested students should submit their abstracts to
https://gmuscience.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eqwOkpVEE9GIiu9. To
encourage broad participation, COLA will provide travel awards to
non-local presenters. Symposium details are provided in the attached
flyer, which we hope you will share with your department. We look
forward to receiving submissions from your graduate students!



Thank you,

The Organizing Committee – Olivia Gozdz, Nick Lybarger, and Teresa Cicerone

COLA and AOES Department at George Mason University






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LuAnne Thompson
Walters Professor of Oceanography
Adjunct Professor Physics and Atmospheric Sciences

Office: 206 543 9965
Cell: 206 676 2685

faculty.washington.edu/luanne/
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