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Early Career Scientist (less than 5 years since degree award), Post Doc, and Graduate Student travel support applications are due no later than 12:00 AM on 24 April.
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We are pleased to announce the dates and location of the upcoming C-RITE community workshop to examine requirements, opportunities and priorities for observations in turbulent and convective environments. The workshop will be convened by the National Center for Atmospheric Research. The focus of the workshop will be on in-situ and remotely-sensed observations that are needed for scientific advancement in understanding and predicting turbulent and convective processes and their impacts across environments.
Please mark your calendars and save the dates. More information about the workshop will be forthcoming in the coming weeks. For questions at this time, please feel free to contact workshop co-conveners Vanda Grubišić and Chris Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
The Community Workshop on Developing Requirements for In-situ and Remote-Sensing Capabilities in Convective and Turbulent Environments (C-RITE) is planned to assist the National Science Foundation in defining next generation technologies and observing capabilities best suited to facilitate studies of the physical characteristics of environments ranging from turbulent boundary layers, shallow to severe convection, organized mesoscale convective and supercell convective systems, and the exchanges of heat and momentum across land, ocean, and atmosphere boundaries.
The Workshop Objectives are to:
The general science topics and focused break-out groups that form the agenda are:
The C-RITE Workshop draft agenda is now available on this web site. The workshop includes a mix of invited presentations, plenary sessions, and breakout discussion groups.
Please continue to check back soon for further updates.