The initial focus has been on spatial verification aproaches including object based methods, scale separation approaches, neighborhood methods and field morphing approaches.
The methods were all applied to the same datasets, including some artificial cases that allow easy interpretation, as well as some high resolution model forecasts from the central US.
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This project is a significant step toward development of a verification method testbed, which would be supported by this Joint Working Group.
Mc Kenzie-Mohr, a psychologist, has been working to incorporate scientific knowledge on behavior change into the design and delivery of community programs.
Second place went to Dominique Brunet from Environment Canada with "A spatio-temporal user-centric distance", applied to lightning probability forecasts at an airport.