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Appendix B: Workshop Agenda
Pages 157-160

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... • Provide guidance about the robustness of extreme event attribution science. The guidance should discriminate among different attribution approaches and different classes of extreme events, and it should consider various characteris tics of the analysis (e.g., data coverage and quality, model performance, etc.)
From page 158...
... • Large ensembles, Myles Allen, University of Oxford • SSTs and sea ice, Judith Perlwitz, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Earth System Research Laboratory • Circulation analogs, Pascal Yiou, Alternative Energies and Atomic ­ nergy E Commission (France) • Building confidence, Leonard Smith, University of Oxford 5:00 P.M.
From page 159...
... ) and how to describe and quantify a potential anthropogenic component to the meteorological causes of an extreme event, given that natural variability is generally playing a dominant role.
From page 160...
... Invited responses to the workshop discussions Kathy Jacobs, University of Arizona 5:00 P.M Wrap up David Titley, Pennsylvania State University 5:30 P.M. Adjourn 160

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