The Workshop on Applications of Adjoint Models in Dynamic Meteorology

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The Fifth International Workshop on the Applications of Adjoint Models in Dynamic Meteorology was convened in Mount Bethel, Pennsylvania, 21–26 April 2002. There were 62 participants from 12 countries. Topics included adjoint model development, sensitivity and stability analysis, ensemble forecasting, and several aspects of data assimilation.

National Center for Atmospheric Research (Sponsored by the National Science Foundation)

CORRESPONDING AUTHOR: Dr. Ronald M. Errico, Data Assimilation Office, Code 910.3, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD 20771, E-mail: rerrico@dao.gsfc.nasa.gov

The Fifth International Workshop on the Applications of Adjoint Models in Dynamic Meteorology was convened in Mount Bethel, Pennsylvania, 21–26 April 2002. There were 62 participants from 12 countries. Topics included adjoint model development, sensitivity and stability analysis, ensemble forecasting, and several aspects of data assimilation.

National Center for Atmospheric Research (Sponsored by the National Science Foundation)

CORRESPONDING AUTHOR: Dr. Ronald M. Errico, Data Assimilation Office, Code 910.3, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD 20771, E-mail: rerrico@dao.gsfc.nasa.gov
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