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Engagement and Impact through Themed Joint Sessions

We are expecting, with your participation and involvement, these themed joint sessions will serve as a catalyst for focusing the attention of the research and operational communities (and also those who are involved in accelerating the transition of research results into operations) on the exciting possibilities related to advancing predictive capabilities across many fields and applications.
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Tools for making use of climate predictions and earth systems analysis: GIS and Python

While the science of climate predictions and earth systems analysis has a long history, the application of such predictions and analysis into areas such as land and water resources management, public health, business planning, policymaking, etc. is comparatively new. This session of invited (and possibly contributed) talks focuses on the use of two particular technologies that help enable the use of climate predictions and earth systems analysis in local and regional applications: geographical information systems (GIS) and the open-source programming language Python. While most of the session will feature invited speakers, we are also soliciting contributed papers describing case studies, workflow studies, software projects, etc. involving the use of these technologies in these applications.


 

Host Conference(s)

3rd Python Symposium
Contact(s): Johnny Lin, jlin@northpark.edu


Partnering Conference(s)

29th Information Processing Technologies (EIPT), 27th Conference on Hydrology, 25th Conference on Climate Variability and Change, 20th Conference on Applied Climatology
Contact(s): 29th EIPT: Nazila Merati, lalala@uw.edu