CMS 2020 Science Team Meeting Banner
CMS 2020 Science Team Meeting Banner
Meeting Summary
From Nov. 2-19, 2020 the NASA Carbon Monitoring System (CMS) Science Team Meeting took place virtually and via WebEx. The meeting consisted of three major parts: iPoster Gallery (Nov. 2-16), Applications Workshop (Nov. 17), and Science Meeting (Nov. 18 & 19). The goals of the meeting included: update on NASA programmatic goals, stakeholder engagement, presentation of CMS Results (2016 and 2018 projects), advance and share progress of working groups & synthesis efforts, and discussion of science team activities for 2020-2021. Invitees included: all members of projects from the 2016 and 2018 solicitations, stakeholders identified to be working with the projects, DAAC representatives, and CMS management and support. The live portion of the meeting (Nov. 17-19) had 108 unique attendees, including 22 stakeholders and 49 Science Team Members and 33 project participants.
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