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pmip3:wg:p2f:eguminutes [2013/04/26 10:51]
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pmip3:wg:p2f:eguminutes [2013/05/10 08:05] (current)
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 Kerim Nisancioglu (kerim@bjerknes.uib.no) \\ Kerim Nisancioglu (kerim@bjerknes.uib.no) \\
 Alistair Hind (alistair.hind@natgeo.su.se) \\ Alistair Hind (alistair.hind@natgeo.su.se) \\
 +Johann Jungclaus (johann.jungclaus@zmaw.de) \\
 +Quizhen Yin (qiuzhen.yin@uclouvain.be) \\
  
 To kick things off, Julia presented her vision of what P2F is for: *not* the study of the past, but rather the use of the past to improve/​constrain/​validate future predictions/​projections. There was some debate over the name, particularly a possible clash with the existing EU project "​Past4Future"​ <​http://​www.past4future.eu/>​. However "The Past4Future project investigates the climate and environment of past warm periods"​ and will end in 2014. P2F has a broader remit in terms of periods considered, and an explicitly future-oriented focus. To kick things off, Julia presented her vision of what P2F is for: *not* the study of the past, but rather the use of the past to improve/​constrain/​validate future predictions/​projections. There was some debate over the name, particularly a possible clash with the existing EU project "​Past4Future"​ <​http://​www.past4future.eu/>​. However "The Past4Future project investigates the climate and environment of past warm periods"​ and will end in 2014. P2F has a broader remit in terms of periods considered, and an explicitly future-oriented focus.
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