Expert Meeting on the Assessment of Contributions to Climate Change
25 - 27 September 2002  
Met Office, Bracknell, UK

 

The Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland kindly offered to host the expert meeting. It was held at the premises of the Met Office, London Road, Bracknell, UK.
The expert meeting focussed on the following:

Assessing the preliminary results provided by the participating research institutions;
Developing historical emissions data and identifying the associated uncertainties and observations needed for validation of models used for the calculations;
Building bridges between developing and developed country scientists
Identifying next steps, including future analysis.  

Papers and presentations of the expert meeting
Agenda
List of participants
Report of the expert meeting (FCCC/SBSTA/2002/INF.14)
 
Presentations given at the Workshop
Welcome
Peter EWINS, Chief executive of the UK Met Office
Luiz Gylvan MEIRA FILHO, Brazil

Review of past activities on the proposal and objectives of this meeting
Dennis TIRPAK, UNFCCC Secretariat
Session Ia: Presentation of new results

Summary and comparison of the results of the modelling exercise
Fabian WAGNER

CICERO, Norway
Bård ROMSTAD / Jan FUGLESTVEDT

CSIRO Atmospheric Research, Australia
Ian ENTING / Cathy TRUDINGER

DEA-CCAT, Denmark
Jesper GUNDERMANN

LBNL, USA
Fabian WAGNER

Université Catholique de Louvain
Ben MATTHEWS

The Institute of Applied Energy (IAE), Japan
(Also presents the results of RITE, Japan)
Atsushi KUROSAWA
GRAPE
RITE

University of Illinois, USA
Natasha ANDRONOVA / Michael SCHLESINGER

ISAM, University of Illinois, USA
Atul JAIN

RIVM, Netherlands

Michael SCHAEFFER

National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, New Zealand
Greg BODECKER

Hadley Centre, UK

Jason LOWE

ECOFYS, Germany

Niklas HÖHNE
Session Ib: Model and data validation

Historical record of methane emissions - model and data validation
Michael PRATHER

Historical aerosol forcing and black carbon treatment in simple climate models
Joyce PENNER

Historical contributions to global warming by country for CO2, CH4 and N2O
Silvia MUYLAERT
Part 1
Part 2

Additional contributions

Measuring the marginal impact of CO2 emissions on atmospheric concentrations Brian O'NEILL

Examples of scientific sensitivities
Jason LOWE