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1 Algorithms 2 Publications 1 Others
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Atmospheric Composition, Carbon Cycle & Ecosystems, Climate Variability & Change, Water & Energy Cycles, Weather

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Objective
Train researchers in the use of NASA High Performance Computing resources for running and analyzing Earth system models applied to extremely large datasets (i.e. high spatial and/or temporal resolution climate and biogeochemical models).

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Speakers
Experts in the areas of modeling and data analysis as well as members of the NEX Group and HECC Project.

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Course agenda with recording links
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