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Dr Jose Santos and Jing Li from the International CLIVAR Project Office (ICPO) attended the Integrated Marine Biosphere Research Programme (IMBeR) MoU Signing Ceremony and Strategic Partnership Seminar in Shanghai, China On 16 January, 2020. Over 30 representatives from IMBeR Scientific Steering Committee, International Project...

Liping Yin, Staff Scientist of the ICPO, attended the 2019 China Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) annual meeting on 19-20 December...

Fig. 1 A sampling of the phenomena discussed at the workshop demonstrates the broad range of spatial-temporal scales involved and the cross-scale interactions. The spatial scale ranges from <1 to >100,000 kilometers and the temporal scale covers from < 1 hour to multi-years. (Hagos et al., 2019)

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The 2019 UN Climate Change Conference took place in December 2-13 in Madrid, Spain. The Conference featured the 25th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP25) to the UNFCCC and meetings of the UNFCCC subsidiary bodies. As the ocean being increasingly affected by the global rise in temperatures, and therefore significantly impacting marine ecosystems,...

The CLIVAR/GEWEX Monsoons Panel had its face-to-face meeting on 14 December 2019 immediately following the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting at San Francisco, USA.  A pre-meting consultation also took place on 11 December 2019 with the relevant stakeholders. ICPO supported the Monsoons Panel in preparing for the meeting and Dr Jose Luis Santos, Executive Director, ICPO,...

Ocean models are an integral part of today’s ocean and climate research. Advances in high-resolution ocean modelling provide opportunities but also challenges for simulating the ocean climate system, particularly with the growing availability of observational measures.

A CLIVAR workshop addressing challenges and future directions in high-resolution ocean modelling will be held in...

The 2019 AGU Fall Meeting was successfully organised from 9 to 13 December 2019 at Moscone Centre, San Francisco, USA. The AGU Fall Meeting is the largest international Earth and space science meeting in the world, which attracted more than 30,000 participants (including online participants) this year, marking its Centennial. Multi-disciplinary interaction was...

The EGU has named 49 recipients of Union Medals and Awards, Division Medals and Division Outstanding Early Career Scientist Awards for 2020, for their important contributions to the Earth, planetary and space sciences. François Massonnet, a researcher of F.R.S.-FNRS, UCLouvain, and also a member of CLIVAR/CliC/SCAR SORP panel, will be honored for his contributions. Massonnet...

The IndOOS-2:  Roadmap to Sustained Observations of the Indian Ocean for 2020-2030 is going to be launched during the 2019 AGU meeting in San...

The International workshop on Prediction skill of extreme Precipitation events and tropical cyclones: Present status and future Prospect (IP4) and the...

US CLIVAR has released its 2019 November NEWSGRAM on Wednesday, 20th November. The Newsgram is a monthly publication distributed by the US CLIVAR Project Office containing announcements, funding opportunities, meeting notifications, and job announcements relevant to the ocean/climate science community. 

To read the full text of the November Newsgram, please visit: ...

CLIVAR-related sessions in Ocean Science Meeting...

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