Timeline Exploration -- 2000 - 2009
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- 2000 Research involves use of the Parallel Climate Model (PCM) and the Community Climate System Model (CCSM) to study the impacts of climate change in the 21st century.
- 2002 Elected to the National Academy of Engineering.
- 2002 Appointed to the Science Advisory Panel of the U.S. Commission on Ocean Policy and the National Academies of Science Coordinating Committee on Global Change.
- 2003 Elected to the American Philosophical Society.
- 2004 Received Reed College's prestigious Vollum Award for Distinguished Accomplishment in Science and Technology.
2005 [On the future of climate models] From Warren's book, Odyssey in Climate Modeling, Global Warming, and Advising Five Presidents.
"Over time, climate models will become Earth System Models as they bring in biological cycle processes such as the carbon and nitrogen cycles."
- 2006 Charles Franklin Brooks Award for decades of service to the AMS and as a representative of the atmospheric sciences community at the highest level of policymakers.
- 2000 Letter of congratulations from Representative Mark Udall.
- 2000 Appointment Affidavit and article regarding Warren's second term of service under U.S. President Bill Clinton on the National Science Board.
- 2002 Remarks by Warren, NSB (National Science Board) Chair, to the Council of Scientific Society Presidents.
- 2007 Article in UCAR's StaffNotes about the Warren Washington Symposium on Climate Modeling, Prediction, and Science Policy.
- 2007 Letter thanking Warren for his expertise, sent by then Senator Barack Obama for Warren's participation on the Climate Change Panel during the Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference (September 26 - 29, 2007).
Photographs, Figures, Posters
|Screenshot||Year||Title and Link|
|2007||Warren M. Washington Symposium: Symposium on Climate Modeling, Prediction, and Scientific Policy, 2007.|
|2008||Warren receives the Bates College Honorary Degree and gives a commencement address.|