Intrinsic and practical predictability of severe local storms and tropical cyclones;
Intrinsic and practical predictability of weather and climate from seasonal-to-intraseasonal (S2S) to inter-annual time scales;
Intrinsic and practical predictability of climate and climate change at the decadal, multi-decadal, centennial time scales and beyond;
Observational perspectives on weather and climate predictability: observational needs, observing system design, and observation impacts;
Modeling perspective on weather and climate predictability: model resolution, dynamical core and physics requirements, data-model integration.
Papers are solicited on the following joint session:
Intrinsic and practical predictability of global weather prediction: Progress and challenges in observations, modeling and data assimilation (Joint between the Fifth Symposium on US-International Partnerships and the Fourth Symposium on Multiscale Predictability: Data-model Integration and Uncertainty Quantification for Climate and Earth System Monitoring and Prediction).
For additional information, please contact the program chairs: Graeme Stephens (Graeme.Stephens@jpl.nasa.gov) and Kerry Emanuel (firstname.lastname@example.org).