2014 Amazon Web Services Hack-A-Thon hosted by AGU

13 December 2014, 3:00 PM –
14 December 2014, 3:00 PM


**This is not an Overnight Event
Saturday: 3PM-10PM Sunday: 8AM-3PM**

Before the 2014 Fall Meeting begins, join scientists, developers, and city planners for the first ever Amazon Web Services Hack-A-Thon hosted by AGU. Bring your colleagues and your computers and we’ll supply the coffee, pizza, beer, and other essentials for you and your team. Help enable new visualizations of your city’s climate for the rest of this century with data provided by NASA.

Once registered, we will email you more details of the event. If you have any questions please email awshackathon@agu.org

The Challenge: Climate change and my city: Visualizing climate-analogs

This challenge focuses on the creation and visualization of climate-analogs for cities around the world with populations over 1M. Climate-analog analyses identify contemporary analogs for the future climates projected for a given city.  Climate-analog analysis is a place-based and comparative approach to understanding and assessing the magnitude and potential effects of climate change.

Challenge #1:

What apps would you build if you had access to climate projections for the rest of this century at the scale of individual cities?

Challenge #2:

How would you visualize these climate projections to effectively engage policy makers, managers, planners, educators and the general public?


Register today! Space is limited.

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