The first day focused on an overview of the model, presentations from community members using GCAM, and a discussion of GCAM community needs.
The second day included a tutorial on running and interpreting GCAM as well as hands on assistance from JGCRI staff.
A web chat is a special system or service that allows real time communication for users that use easy-to-access web interfaces.
It’s an internet online chat type that is user-friendly and fully accessible by users, without need to install any specialized software for chatting.
It is hard to come up in mind with a sphere of some kind of aspect of life that hasn’t felt yet the influence or effect made by the technological advancements, and communication is one of those aspects that have made a great step forward.
Thanks to today’s technologies, communication, an inevitable daily aspect, has become even more simple and accessible, or we could say more technologically interactive.
It’s a term with a broader meaning, because, unlike instant messaging programs, which are intended for one-to-one communication, it enables or makes it possible for multiple users to take part in the same conversation, typically known as videocalling or videoconferencing.
And all this we can sum up as an online communication process.
2014 Community Modeling Meeting: The 5th annual GCAM Community Modeling Meeting was held on October 22-23, 2014 in parallel with the JGCRI Integrated Assessment Technical Workshop at the Joint Global Change Research Institute (JGCRI) in College Park, Maryland (
2013 Community Modeling Meeting: The 4th annual GCAM Community Modeling Meeting was be held on October 2-4, 2013 in parallel with the GTSP (Global Technology Strategy Program) Technical Workshop on October 1st and 2nd at JGCRI at the Joint Global Change Research Institute (JGCRI) in College Park, Maryland (
Research with GCAM: Individual researchers within and without PNNL are welcome to make any changes they like for their own research interests.
However, any revised version must be identified not as GCAM but as GCAM-xxxx.
2016 Community Modeling Meeting: The 7th annual GCAM Community Modeling Meeting was held on October 13-14, 2016 in parallel with the JGCRI Integrated Assessment Technical Workshop at the Joint Global Change Research Institute (JGCRI) in College Park, Maryland (