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Climate Projections Based on Emissions Scenarios for Long-Lived and Short-Lived Radiatively Active Gases and AerosolsSynthesis and Assessment Product 3.2
Lead Agency: NOAA
Climate Change Science Program Working Groups:
Status & DetailsEstimated publication date for final report: COMPLETED 9/4/2008
7 May 2008. Final (third) review draft [PDF] (dtd 7 May 2008) is posted. Also posted:
5 December 2007. Public review draft is posted. Comments will be accepted from 5 December 2007 through 22 January 2008. See also invitation to comment and Federal Register notice (both dated 5 December 2007). (links posted 5 December 2007)
2 October 2007. National Research Council releases its review (published October 2007). (link posted 2 Oct 2007)
16 February 2007. The National Academies Board on Atmospheric Sciences (BASC) and Climate announces formation of a committee to provide a peer review of the draft S&A Product 3.2; and solicits nominations for committee membership. The BASC will appoint a committee of approximately 10 members, with expertise in climate modeling, climate-air quality interactions, radiative impacts of anthropogenic and natural trace gases and aerosols, emissions scenarios and assessment users. To make a nomination, please send the person's name, affiliation, contact information, and a brief statement on his or her qualifications to Dr. Maria Uhle, Study Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please copy to Rob Greenway, Project Assistant, at email@example.com. Please submit your nominations by Friday, March 2, 2007.
7 December 2006. Comments on draft prospectus are posted.
30 October 2006. Final prospectus released.
30-31 October 2006. Synthesis and Assessment Product 3.2 Workshop. Princeton, New Jersey. This workshop is open to the interested public. Its purpose is to
present the results of numerical model projections of future climate
driven by specific scenarios listed in the Prospectus and to provide
information for the production of Synthesis and Assessment Product 3.2.
17 June 2005. Peer Review Plan. Document from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.