25th Session of the CLIVAR Scientific Steering Group
The 25th Session of the CLIVAR Scientific Steering Group will be held in San Diego, CA., USA from 15th to 16th February 2020. The meeting will be hosted by US CLIVAR and will bring together the members of the Scientific Steering Group (SSG), the WCRP Joint Scientific Committee (JSC), representatives from US CLIVAR, US agency program leaders/managers, co-chairs of the Panels, Research Foci, and other WCRP core projects, and invited speakers to review progress, identify opportunities for enhanced collaboration, and develop strategies to achieve CLIVAR’s objectives.
Report of the 24th SSG meeting
CDP - Climate Dynamics Panel
OMDP - Ocean Model Development Panel
GSOP - Global Synthesis and Observations Panel
Monsoons - CLIVAR-GEWEX Monsoons Panel.
ARP - Atlantic Region Panel
PRP - Pacific Region Panel
IORP - Indian Ocean Region Panel
SORP- Southern Ocean Region Panel
NORP - Northern Ocean Region Panel
Sea Level - Regional Sea Level Change and Coastal Impacts Grand Challenge
DCVP - Decadal Climate Variability and Predictability
EBUS - Eastern Boundary Upwelling Systems
TBI – Tropical Basin Interactions
TBI proposal, TBI Response to comments
CLIVAR SSG MEMBERS
|Annalisa Braccofirstname.lastname@example.org||Georgia Institue of Technology|
|Mauricio Mataemail@example.com||Federal University of Rio Grande|
|Sonya Leggfirstname.lastname@example.org||Princeton University|
|Francois Engelbrecht||Francois.Engelbrecht@wits.ac.za||University of the Witwatersrand|
|Soon-il Anemail@example.com||Yonsei University, Korea|
|Mat Collins||M.Collins@exeter.ac.uk||University of Exeter, UK|
|M Ravichandran||Mravi@ncaor.gov.in||NCPOR, India|
|Masa Kageyamafirstname.lastname@example.org||LSCE, France|
|Nathan Bindoffemail@example.com||University of Tasmania, Australia|
PANEL / RESEARCH FOCI CO-CHAIRS/MEMBERS
|Francoise Guichard (Remote participation)||MONSOONS|
|Ruth Mottram (Remote participation)||firstname.lastname@example.org||NORP|
|Roxy Mathew Kollemail@example.com||IORP|
|Roderik van de Wal||R.S.W.vandeWal@uu.nl||SL|
|Detlef Stammerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Chair, WCRP Joint Scientific Committee (JSC)|
|Mike Sparrowemail@example.com||Officer in charge, WCRP|
|Mike Pattersonfirstname.lastname@example.org||US CLIVAR Project Office|
|Jennie Zhuemail@example.com||US CLIVAR Project Office|
|Carol Anne Claysonfirstname.lastname@example.org||US CLIVAR SSC Chair|
|James F. Toddemail@example.com||NOAA Ocean Observations and Monitoring Division|
|Sandy Lucasfirstname.lastname@example.org||NOAA Climate Variability and Predictability Program|
|Virginia Selzemail@example.com||NOAA Climate Observations and Modeling Program|
|Xujing Jia Davisfirstname.lastname@example.org||NSF Arctic Natural Sciences|
|Jose Santos (Remote participation)||email@example.com||ICPO|
|Liping Yin (Remote participation)||firstname.lastname@example.org||ICPO|
|Jing Li (Remote participation)||email@example.com||ICPO|
|Qian Zhao (Remote participation)||firstname.lastname@example.org||ICPO|
The participants have to book by themselves. Here is the link for the SSG meeting participants to use to book rooms at the $199/night rate: Click Here. The rate is effective from Friday, February 14 through Friday, February 21 (for those staying beyond the SSG meeting dates).
The meeting will be organized in Carte Hotel, San Diego, CA, the same hotel as the recommend lodging place.
In most years, San Diego averages a daily maximum temperature for February that's between 63- and 67-degrees Fahrenheit (17 to 19 degrees Celsius). The minimum temperature usually falls between 49 and 53 °F (9 to 12 °C). Average daily high temperatures remain steady throughout February. The nighttime low temperatures rise by 2 °F (1 °C) from the month's beginning to the end.
February is San Diego's rainiest month. Even so, the climate this month remains quite dry. Three out of four days on average get no rain. Half the time, San Diego receives 1 to 3 inches (22 to 71 mm) of rainfall in February. One in four years has drier weather, while another one in four is wetter. None of the precipitation falls as snow.
The relative humidity in San Diego during February usually peaks at 74 percent just after midnight then drops to 53 percent by early afternoon.
If you have further questions, please contact:
Jose Santos (email@example.com)