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To address existing challenges in describing and predicting regional sea level changes, and to discuss intrinsic uncertainties, the WCRP Grand Challenge on Regional Sea Level Change and Coastal Impacts, jointly with the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO (IOC), organized an...

Background

Ocean salinity is a key parameter that links various elements of the water cycle to ocean circulation dynamics and climate. Furthermore, salinity is a key dynamical parameter that influences oceans dynamics. Through the advent of new observing technologies,...

Draft of CLIVAR Science Plan and Implementation Strategy is available for comments. Please send your comments to jose.santos@clivar.org by 14 May 2018.

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The latest issue of CLIVAR Exchanges, a joint issue with US CLIVAR Variations, titled "Sea Level Rise", is now available to read and download.

This joint publication...

The registration for CLIVAR 2018 Summer Course is now open! You are encouraged to register both of the training courses indicated below:

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The CLIVAR-FIO Summer School on “Past, present and Future Sea Level changes” will be organised in Qingdao, China, from June 25 to 30, 2018, back to back with the Training course “Ocean Forecast Systems” of the UNESCO/IOC Regional from July 2 to 7, 2018.

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On December 6, 2017, the United Nations announced the Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable...

To the extent that the ocean eddy field and its variability is communicated to the atmosphere, ocean eddy-atmosphere interactions are important for the role played by the ocean in the coupled variability of the climate system. These interactions are a potentially important process, that, in its...

The Open Science Conference in New York from 10-14 July groups top scientists, city planners, coastal zone developers and managers and other stakeholders who will brainstorm on how to strengthen climate change adaptation and disaster resilience.

Many of...

The “2017 CLIVAR International Symposium on Boundary Currents” was successfully held in Qingdao, China on 5-7 June 2017.

At the symposium, about 200 oceanographers and young scholars congregated and discussed the recent advances and challenges towards understanding of the Boundary Current...

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