Community Terrestrial Systems Model Tutorial
The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is offering a week-long tutorial on the Community Terrestrial Systems Model (CTSM) hosted by the Climate & Global Dynamics laboratory (CGD) on 4-8 February 2019. CTSM is a unified land model for climate, weather, hydrology, and ecology. The Community Land Model (CLM5) is an instantiation of CTSM. Configurations for Numerical Weather Prediction, hydrology, and ecology (CLM-FATES) research applications are in development and are likely to be available by the tutorial. This tutorial will use a combination of lectures and practical sessions to provide an introduction to the CTSM, including new features such as FATES, representative hillslopes, and anthropogenic land and water management practices.
Learning objectives include:
- Understanding ecological, biogeochemical, biogeophysical, and hydrologic theory underpinning the CTSM
- Running and modifying components of the CTSM
- Analyzing CTSM output
The tutorial will be taught primarily by the staff of the Terrestrial Sciences Section at NCAR and is intended for graduate students and postdocs in ecology, hydrology, environmental sciences, climate or related fields.
The application deadline for the tutorial has passed.
The cut off date for registration was 09 January 2019.
Event Start Date: February 4th 2019
Event End Date: February 8th 2019
Location: NCAR Mesa Lab, Boulder CO
Main Seminar Room http://www.fin.ucar.edu/it/mms/ml-live.htm
A block of rooms has been reserved for February 03, 2019 - February 09, 2019 at the Best Western Plus Boulder Inn.
If you requested travel support, we will book your shared room so please do not contact the hotel directly. When you register for the meeting, a question will be listed in reference to this
If you did not request travel support and are booking your own room, please make your reservations using the link here or view our lodging page for more information.