SORCE Science Meeting a Great Success
Oct 27-29 – Meredith, NH:
Approximately 75 scientists gathered for the 2004 SORCE Science Meeting held in a picturesque little town off beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire’s largest lake. The meeting – Decadal Variability in the Sun and Climate – focused on further understanding of the evidence for and mechanisms involved in decadal variability in the Sun and climate. Attendees enthusiastically shared information, ideas, and opinions over the 2-1/2 days.
With almost 60 abstracts submitted, the agenda consisted of both invited and contributed oral presentations, several keynote talks, 17 poster presentations, and a special science dinner presentation.The scientific organizing committee, Mark Baldwin from Northwest Research Associates, Greg Kopp from LASP, and Judith Lean from NRL, did an excellent job arranging an interesting and thought provoking program. The detailed agenda, abstracts, and many of the final presentations are available on the SORCE Meeting website.
To read more, see the November 2004 newsletter«Return to the Meetings/News page