What do we intend to be doing with this money after it is spent? How will this be funded?
A: We hope to create a research network with experts in the field of climate change to support and provide input to the funding and policy development of climate change programs globally. We have already identified five researchers who will work directly with us on this project. These five will participate in a large-scale collaboration at the National Air and Space Museum in DC. Two researchers will move to the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) in Miami to work closely with the team from NOAA. One additional researcher to join the project and work closely with us at the NOAA will work with a NOAA Climate Science Center employee in Miami. The other will work at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), based in Darmstadt, Germany, to help us design a new model to measure the relationship between CO2 and precipitation and climate change.
How can I find out more about this project?
A: To find out more about our proposal, visit the USA Global Climate Science Center website and email us.
I have questions about our proposal. What should I do? What should I not do?
A: Your best bet is to send us an e-mail (email@example.com) and we will get back to you as soon as we can. In the meantime, you can find our proposal at http://ipcc.chapelhof.fr/schmalplan/schmalplan-a5a0.mp3 with the project title “An Evaluation of a Climate Change Empirical Model.”
What is the “IPCC Fifth Assessment Report”? Will it be released this year? Will it change my opinion about anthropogenic climate change?
A: The IPCC Fifth Assessment Report, or AR5, will be released in Late 2015. This will be the fourth time the IPCC has produced a series of reports (including AR4, AR5, AR4WU, and AR5WU-2). The fifth report will be slightly different than previous 541 reports in that there will be four sections: Climate, Physical Science, Energy, and Socio-Economics.
The Climate section will examine what scientists know about global climate and the physical science that supports the models and will provide an update on the state of climate science around the world. The Physical Sciences section will provide a detailed analysis of the physical sciences and their
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