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CISESS Science Meeting 2019

November 12-14, 2019Temp_CISESS_logo_NC

College Park, MD

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ANNOUNCEMENT

The CISESS Science Meeting will be held in College Park, MD on November 12-14, 2019. This is our first conference as the Cooperative Insititute for Satellite Earth System Studies (CISESS). It will feature scientists from our Maryland and North Carolina campuses as well as Consortium member, including the Cooperative Remote Sensing Science and Technology Center (CREST) at the City College of New York.

The goal of this Conference is to present research activities and serve as a collaborative forum for CISESS and NOAA scientists to exchange ideas, identify research priorities, and define research topics that have maximum impact on NOAA’s Mission.

CICS performs research aimed at enhancing our ability to use Satellite Observations and Earth System Models to advance the national climate mission, including understanding, monitoring, predicting, and communicating information on climate variability and change. We encourage contributions addressing the following Topic Areas:

  1. Satellite Observing Systems
  2. Sensor Calibration & Validation
  3. Algorithms & New Product Development, Data Fusion & Blended Products
  4. Earth System
  5. Surface Observing Networks
  6. Data Stewardship & Climate Data Records
  7. Research Supporting the Value Chain from Data Products to Societal Benefits
  8. Data Assimilation from Satellite Products
  9. Water Cycle & Hydrological Applications
  10. Data Intensive Science
  11. Proving Grounds & Training Center
  12. Research to Operations and Applications
  13. Other topics of interest to NOAA

All CICS researchers are encouraged to submit abstracts for presentations, either in oral or poster format. Participation and contributions are strongly encouraged from all units of CISESS, CREST and their NOAA collaborators.I

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Meeting Organizer: Debra Baker, drb@umd.edu 

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