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GFDL Science Review

October 29 – October 31, 2019

Overview

Laboratory scientific reviews are conducted periodically to evaluate the quality, performance and importance of research conducted in OAR laboratories relative to both internal and external interests, and to help strategically position the laboratory in its planning of future science. These reviews are intended to ensure that OAR laboratory research is linked to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Strategic Plan, relevant to NOAA’s research mission and priorities, and consistent with NOAA planning, programming, and budgeting. This review will cover Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory research with a focus on the five years since the 2014 Review. The research themes are:

  • Modeling the Earth System
  • Advancing the Understanding of the Earth System
  • Earth System Predictions and Projections

Registration Required

Registration was mandatory and is now closed. There is no cost to attend the meeting. Meals are optional and are be available for a fee on Tuesday (lunch and dinner) and Wednesday (lunch) – you can sign up for meals when registering or choose a “no meals” option.

The 2019 GFDL Science Review will take place October 29 – 31 in Princeton, NJ. The first two days of the meeting will be public and held at the Frick Chemistry Laboratory (visitor parking in Lot 21) on the main Princeton campus and additional small-group sessions will be held on Thursday, October 31st at GFDL on Princeton’s Forrestal Campus on Route 1.

The deadline for registration was Tuesday, October 15.

Materials