The 6th International GEOS-Chem Meeting (IGC6) was held at Harvard University on May 6-9 (Monday-Thursday), 2013. GEOS-Chem is a global 3-D model of atmospheric composition actively used by 70 research groups worldwide for a very wide range of applications. The meeting provided an opportunity for the GEOS-Chem user community to share results, address problems, initiate collaborations, set new directions for model development, and contribute to model management and vision. Much beyond that, the meeting will provide a forum for the discussion of current issues in modeling atmospheric composition and interpreting atmospheric observations. We invite you to view the list of presentations and posters presented at IGC6.
GEOS-Chem meetings are first and foremost about cutting-edge science. The core of the meeting consisted of plenary short talks and poster sessions covering the range of scientific applications of the model. There were also model clinics (including for the GEOS-Chem adjoint), Working Group break-out sessions, and discussions of future model development and research. Social events will included a mixer for young scientists and a reception.
We look forward to seeing you at the 7th International GEOS-Chem Meeting in 2015!
Last updated 14 May 2013 - GEOS-Chem Support Team