Climate Reanalysis Task Force Technical Workshop Logistics

May 4-5, 2015
NCWCP Conference Center
5830 University Research Court
College Park, Maryland

Organizers: Jim Carton, Gilbert Compo, Arun Kumar, Suru Saha, Heather Archambault

Workshop Report (OAR Technical Report)

Prospectus || Agenda & Presentations || Participants

Please use the (free) registration page to confirm your participation by April 27. Participation is by invitation-only.

The deadline to submit a talk is by April 14.

Presenters, please send your slides to Will Chong (william.chong@noaa.govby April 29.

Lunch & Coffee Breaks:
If you would like to place an order for box lunches and breaks, please use this order form and make your order by April 29. The box lunches costs $13 Daily and will be delivered to the meeting location (payment is made via the website). You also have the opportunity to pay for the coffee breaks ($12 Daily) that will be provided outside the conference room. If you elect to pay for both box lunches and the coffee breaks at the time of purchase for both days, you can save $5, for a total cost of $45. Please see the details for the meeting food and beverage options in the website. Please direct any questions you have about ordering lunch/breaks to Will Chong (

Lodging Recommendation:
College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
3501 University Blvd E
Hyattsville, MD 20783

Use the following links for directions:
Reagan National Airport to Hotel Hotel to Conference Center Conference Center to Reagan National Airport

Note: Please make lodging and travel arrangements yourself.


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1315 East-West Hwy, Suite 1100
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