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We regret to announce that the CLIVAR-FIO Summer School on ‘Ocean Macroturbulence and Its Role in Earth’s Climate’, scheduled to take place in Qingdao, China, from 6-11 July 2020, will be postponed to 2021 due to...

The JPS and the International Project Offices of WCRP held a teleconference on April 22nd, as part of their efforts for a continuous communication between all offices, for a better coordination of activities and to share experiences about how their activities are being affected by the Global Coronavirus crisis.

 
The meeting was chaired by the CORA office, and was attended by: Gwen...

The UK Met Office, the GCOS-GOOS-WCRP Ocean Observations Physics and Climate Panel (OOCP), and the WCRP Climate and Ocean Variability, Predictability, and Change (CLIVAR) Project invite you to participate in a workshop on Ocean Heat and Freshwater Storage and Transports in Observations and Climate Models. The workshop will take place during 26 - 30 October 2020 in Exeter, UK.

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A symposium themed as Climate Variation, Prediction and Application was held on November 17-19, 2019 at the Institute for Climate and Application Research (ICAR), the Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology (NUIST), Nanjing, China to commemorate the 20-Year Anniversary of Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) Research. The summary report of this...

We have compiled a list of CLIVAR-relevant meetings and workshops and their status as the fast-changing situation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the governmental, organizational, and personal decisions are affecting...

Due to the current global COVID-19 pandemic, the 16th Session of CLIVAR/IOC-GOOS Indian Ocean Region Panel Meeting (IORP-16), which was originally planned in Goa, India, was organised online on 24 March 2020 (same day as the original...

The WCRP Grand Challenge on Regional Sea Level Change and Coastal Impacts is now coordinating a specific research topic on ‘...

 

DAY 1 - CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
Scientists begin conference on sea level change, starting with the past and working towards the future

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DAY 2 - CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
Understanding today’s sea level: trends, amplitude, and new approaches

Benoit Messignac highlightsThe second day of the conference was dedicated to presentations...

 

DAY 3 - CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
Risk, adaptation strategies, and stakeholder needs for coastal zone management

Sanne MuisHalfway through the conference, day three brought a series of...


DAY 4 - CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
The dynamics of sea level rise today and into the future

 

The conference rolled into the fourth day wrapping up the contemporary sea level presentations and beginning to address future...

 

DAY 5 - CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
Investing in the future of sea level rise: lessons, progress, and new ideas

On the fifth day, conference participants — filled with four days of fascinating,...

The spatial resolution of different components is essential in climate model design. This decade the powerful computing efforts have made the mesoscale-rich resolution affordable in the ocean and sea-ice models over most of the earth, which allows the ocean model to simulate more intense internal variability. Under this new regime of coupled modeling, to understand both the behavior of ocean...

 

The Sixth International Conference on Climate Services (ICCS-6) was held in Pune, India, on the campus of the Indian Institute for Tropical Meteorology (IITM), February 11-13, 2020. Ten years after the third World Climate Conference launched the Global Framework for Climate Services, ICCS-6 provided an opportunity to reflect on the...

The ‘Climate Predictability and Inter-Regional Linkages Pune Stakeholder Event: Paleo/present/future monsoon variability and implications for environment, policy and society’, which will be organised from 18-20 March 2020 at Pune, India, has recently been endorsed by CLIVAR SSG. The workshop aims to bring researchers and stakeholders from academic and non-academic...

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