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The 3rd Open Science Symposium (OSS) on Western Pacific Ocean Circulation and Climate (WPOC) will be held on May 8-10, 2018 in Qingdao, China. This will provide a forum for oceanographers, meteorologists and climate scientists to exchange recent progresses in their study of the WPO circulation...

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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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 “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...

GOAL OF THE CONFERENCE: To review the progress on the science of ENSO with a focus on examining the range of ENSO “flavors”, assess the existence of possible, and distinct precursors, an examine how the different oceanic and atmospheric processes that drive the different ENSO...

WCRP and WWRP have established an International Prize for Model Development, awarded annually for an outstanding contribution to weather and climate model development by an early- to mid-career researcher.

More details on eligibility, required nomination material and selection process can...

Funding opportunities on "Climate Change Research"

Date of compilation: 15 October 2017.  All calls have deadlines during the first semester of 2018

If there is a call that might be of interest for you and/or you require...

A meeting report titled 'Climate and Ocean Science Builds for the Future' has just been published in EOS, and it highlights the outcomes of the  second “CLIVAR Open Science Conference: Charting the Course for Climate and Ocean Research' which has been held in Qingdao, China, 18–25 September 2016...

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