[ES_JOBS_NET] Community Land Model tutorial at NCAR
dll at ucar.edu
Fri Mar 18 11:58:15 MDT 2016
The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is offering a week-long
CLM tutorial 12-16 September 2016. This tutorial will use a combination of
lectures and practical sessions to provide an introduction to the Community
Land Model <http://www.cesm.ucar.edu/models/clm/>, including the new
science and features in CLM version 5.
Learning objectives include:
Understanding ecological, biogeochemical, biogeophysical, and
hydrologic theory underpinning the CLM
Running and modifying components of the CLM
Analyzing CLM output
The tutorial will be taught primarily by the staff of the Terrestrial
Sciences Section at NCAR and is intended for graduate students and postdocs
in ecology, hydrology, environmental sciences, climate or related fields.
Early career research scientists and faculty are also encouraged to apply,
though if space is limited, preference will be given to graduate students
The tutorial will be held at NCAR's Mesa Lab in Boulder, CO. Participants
should plan to be in Boulder during the entire tutorial and devote their
full time to this tutorial. Participants will need to be able to secure
their own funding for transportation (airfare & shuttles), lodging, and
meals, but there will not be any additional registration fees.
For inquiries about the content and format of the tutorial, please contact
Danica Lombardozzi (dll at ucar.edu). For further logistical information
about the tutorial, contact Barbara Ballard (bballard at ucar.edu).
The deadline for applications is *Friday, 29 April 2016*. The tutorial is
limited to 40 students and applicants will be notified whether or not their
application has been accepted in May. To apply, please fill out the Google
form accessible from this link:
Danica, Dave, Barbara, and the TSS staff
Dr. Danica Lombardozzi
Terrestrial Sciences Section
Climate and Global Dynamics
National Center for Atmospheric Research
Boulder, CO 80305
email: dll at ucar.edu
office: (303) 497-1777
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