MAPP Webinar

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Date/Time Title
January 10, 2012
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
Advances in Intraseasonal to Seasonal Climate Prediction
Speakers and Topics: H Annamalai, University of Hawaii
Feasibility of Dynamical Seasonal Precipitation Prediction system for the Pacific Islands


Judah Cohen, AER
Improved Winter Forecasts Using a New Snow Index


Ben Kirtman, University of Miami
US National Multi-Model (NMME) Intra-Seasonal to Inter-Annual (ISI) Prediction System

Bin Wang, University of Hawaii
CLIVAR/ISVHE Intraseasonal Variability Hindcast Experiment: Design and Preliminary Results

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