E3SM in AMS 2022

  • February 22, 2022
  • Event Announcement,Home Page Feature
  • AMS 102nd Annual Meeting

    The 102nd AMS Annual Meeting took place from 23 to 27 January 2022 in Houston, Texas. Due to the pandemic, the sessions, town hall meetings, short courses, posters, exhibits, and side meetings were held virtually. Only Student Conference remained a hybrid meeting, where attendees were able to participate in-person or remotely 22-23 January 2022. This year’s overall AMS theme was: Environmental Security: Weather, water, and climate for a more secure world.

    The E3SM had strong participation in the AMS Meeting, and led a three-part session on Security and Resilience Applications with Global Earth System Models. Co-chaired by Dave Bader and Ruby Leung together with Jean-François Lamarque, Venkatachalam Ramaswamy and Gokhan Danabasoglu, this session was devoted to global weather, climate and Earth system modeling to address the security challenges facing the US and the world. Presentations featured research in Earth system model development and application, ranging from scenarios development using Earth system model simulations for the Fifth National Climate Assessment, modeling of Arctic wave climate, river discharge, water scarcity, flood inundation, extreme weather events, and wildfires, evaluation of climate products, to Earth system modeling to meet stakeholders need. Altogether, this session highlighted advances in modeling capabilities and experiments and model evaluation and analysis needed to address the security and environmental challenges presented by climate change on multiple fronts.

    More E3SM participation in AMS’ 22 can be found on 2022-01 AMS Annual Meeting web page.


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