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Attribution Workshop
17-18 August 2010, Broomfield, CO

Attribution Workshop - Picture collage

Agenda  |  Breakout Groups  |  Breakout Discussion Points  |  Executive Summary

Day 1 Introduction to Attribution: Martin Hoerling
Martin Hoerling
Science of Attribution Communication Challenges Uses and Applications
Session 1: Drought Siegfried Schubert Mark Svoboda Roger Pulwarty
Siegfried Schubert Mark Svobota Roger Pulwarty
Session 2: Extreme Climate-related Events Daithi Stone Ed Maibach David Easterling
Daithi Stone Ed Maibach David Easterling

Day 2 Science of Attribution Communication Challenges Uses and Applications
Session 3: Break-Out
What are the science requirements and capabilities for near-realtime attribution? Group 1 Group 2 Group 3
Session 4: Climate Trends Peter Stott Dave Changnon Chris Sear
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Session 5: Break-Out
Who needs climate attribution, and how can attribution information be communicated? Group 1 Group 2 Group 3

Attribution Workshop - Attendees
Front Row (left to right): Bob Henson, Shuanglin Li, Ed Maibach, Chris Funk, Don Murray, Phil Pegion, Claudi Tebaldi, Daihti Stone.
Second Row (left to right): Katy Human, Michelle L'Heureux, Jayantha Obeysekera, Marina Timofeyeva, Peter Stott, Andrea Ray, May Akrawi, Eileen Shea, Arun Kumar, David Changnon, Judith Perlwitz, Kelly Redmond, David Levinson, Kristen Averyt, Susan Hassol, David Easterling, Laurna Kaatz.
Back Row (left to right): Klaus Wolter, Mark Svoboda, Jeff Masters, Nikos Christidis, Bradfield Lyon, Randall Dole, Siegfried Schubert, Doug Kluck, Michael Alexander, Martin Hoerling, Chris Sear, James Hurrell.

Photos by Will von Dauster, NOAA