The objective of the GEOS-Chem Working Groups (WGs) is to:

  1. Foster communication between Working Group members for collaboration and sharing of information
  2. Facilitate identification of model development priorities
  3. Provide GEOS-Chem users a vehicle for pushing model development priorities.

Working Group chairs engage with the GEOS-Chem community to identify and promote model developments. This process is guided by a document on Guiding Principles for Updates to the GEOS-Chem Model.

All GEOS-Chem users are invited to join the Working Group(s) that corresponds to their own particular area(s) of research. For more information, please contact the relevant Working Group Chair. You effectively join a Working Group by signing up for the relevant Working Group Email List(s).

The currrent GEOS-Chem Working Groups are:

Working Group Chair(s) Email List
Adjoint Model
and Data Assimilation
Daven Henze
Jun Wang
geos-chem-adjoint [at] g.harvard.edu
Aerosols Becky Alexander
Colette Heald
Jeff Pierce
Fangqun Yu
geos-chem-aerosols [at] g.harvard.edu
Carbon Cycle Kevin Bowman
Dylan Jones
geos-chem-carbon [at] g.harvard.edu
Chemistry-Ecosystems-Climate Jeff Geddes
Hong Liao
Lee Murray
Amos Tai
geos-chem-climate [at] g.harvard.edu
Emissions and Deposition Emily Fischer
Jintai Lin
Eloïse Marais
Dylan Millet
geos-chem-emissions [at] g.harvard.edu
GEOS-Chem
High Performance (HP)
Randall Martin
Sebastian Eastham
geos-chem-hp [at] g.harvard.edu
Hg and POPs Jenny Fisher
Chris Holmes
geos-chem-hg-pop [at] g.harvard.edu
Chemistry Mathew Evans
Barron Henderson
Lu Hu
Jingqiu Mao
geos-chem-oxidants [at] g.harvard.edu
Transport Andrea Molod
Hongyu Liu
geos-chem-transport [at] g.harvard.edu

Please also see the GEOS-Chem Steering Committee web page.

http://www.geos-chem.org/geos_working_groups.html