8:00 am - 6:00 pm
100 E. San Francisco Street
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
This conference will focus on climate change and variability from observational and modeling perspectives. Special emphasis will be on climate forcings and feedbacks on global and regional scale, including polar regions. Contributions based on conventional as well as non-conventional views on climate change and variability are welcome. The Conference will consist of invited and contributed oral presentations and posters. Presented papers will be considered for publication in a special section of an appropriate journal.This conference will be the third in a series of conferences held at five years intervals.
The purpose of these conferences is to bring together researchers with varied interpretations of current and past global and regional climate change, to present the latest research results (observations, modeling and analysis), and to provide discussion opportunity to top climate experts and students. The first Conference took place in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 2001, the second in Santa Fe, NM in 2006. Each Conference was attended by 100-130 researchers from over 15 countries.
Sponsored by Los Alamos National Laboratory Center for Nonlinear Studies, Energy Security Center, and Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics
Co-Sponsored by Brookhaven National Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,University of Alaska International Arctic Research Institute, New Mexico Consortium, and American Meteorological Society