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  Information - SPM3 Status and future developments of the Modular Earth Submodel System (MESSy)

Event Information
The meeting will provide a platform for discussions about current topics in the framework of the Modular Earth Submodel System. 5-15 minute long (informal) presentations are welcome, which provide an overview of the current activities in the different groups. Topics are current applications and projects, current developments, issues, and planned new submodels, extensions, modifications.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
Status: 2008-04-07:

Anne Kubin, Freie Universitšt Berlin, Application of ECHAM5/MESSy for solar
influence studies at Freie Universitšt Berlin

Sabine Brinkop, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitšt, Munich, Towards a hydrological
cycle in Lagrangian representation

Andreas Baumgaertner, MPI-C, Mainz, ECHAM5/MESSy development and testing for a
40 year transient simulation within ProSECCO, CCMVal and SCOUT O3

Holger Tost, MPI-C, Mainz, The influence of convection during the
SCOUT-O3-Darwin campaign: an example of the flexiblity of MESSy

Elisa Palazzi, Institute for Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, Bologna, Evaluation of the capability of ECHAM5/MESSy in the tropical tropopause
layer: comparison with aircraft data

Volker Grewe, DLR, Oberpfaffenhofen, Overview about current and planned ECHAM5/MESSy related activities at the DLR

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