The second Chemistry Climate Model Initiative (CCMI) Meeting will be held in Lancaster, UK from 20-22 May 2014.
CCMI is a joint project of the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry project (IGAC) and the SPARC project (Stratosphere-troposphere Processes And their Role in Climate). CCMI investigates the historical and projected evolution of stratospheric and tropospheric composition and chemistry, including the links between those domains, and the feedbacks with the physical climate.
CCMI invites abstract submissions on a broad range of topics related to chemistry-climate interactions, including from modellers, measurement scientists and data analysts.
More details, including registration can be found on the meeting website: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/ccmi2014
Financial support deadline: 14th February 2014 (including abstract submission)
Abstract submission: 28th February 2014
Registration deadline: 1st April 2014
The workshop focus will be on analysis related to the CCMI Reference simulations (pdf), which are centered on understanding trends and interannual variability of tropospheric and stratospheric composition since 1960 out to 2100, and how the composition interacts with changes in the physical climate.
CCMI invites abstract submissions on topics that include (but are not limited to):
In addition, they also welcome abstracts related to any of the overall goals of CCMI.
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