1 The GFDL 5 - 10 Year Strategic Science Plan

Abstract

GFDL’s mission is to advance scientific understanding of climate and its natural and anthropogenic variations and impacts, and improve NOAA’s predictive capabilities, through the development and use of world-leading computer models of the Earth System. GFDL operates under a strategic planfocusing on the 5-10 year time horizon necessary for the ambitious, longlead time research that can yield products and services of great utility to the scientific community and downstream stakeholders such as policyand decision-makers. These products and services include high-quality science in the peer-reviewed literature, and freely available models, model output data, analyses, and information.

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@inproceedings{Winton20141TG, title={1 The GFDL 5 - 10 Year Strategic Science Plan}, author={Michael Winton and Sonya Legg and John Paul Dunne and Steve Garner and Paul Ginoux and Chris Golaz and Tom Knutson and Venkatramani Balaji and Tom Delworth and Brian Gross and Robert Hallberg and Isaac Held and Gabriel B Lau and Ron Stouffer}, year={2014} }