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ROSES 2014 Clarifications, corrections and amendments Amendment 29: Final text for A.16, Solar Irradiance Science Team

Description: This Amendment releases the final text for A.16, Solar Irradiance Science Team, which replaces in its entirety the placeholder text provided on ROSES 2014 release. Notices of Intent are requested by September 2, 2014; proposals are due November 3, 2014.

The primary purpose of the Solar Irradiance Science Team (SIST) is to support the development of consistent multiinstrument/multiplatform space-based data sets of solar irradiance (both total and spectrally resolved). The data sets should be useful as input to global models (e.g., general circulation models, atmospheric chemistry/transport models) and data assimilation systems so that the effects of variations in solar output can be properly represented, and their impacts on the Earth system investigated.

Notices of Intent are requested by September 2, 2014; proposals are due November 3, 2014.

Questions concerning this amendment and A.16, SIST and this Amendment should be directed to: David B. Considine at david.b.considine@nasa.govor 202-358-2277.

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