The Sea Ice Prediction Network-SOUTH (SIPN-South) project has collected seasonal forecasts of Antarctic sea ice aligned with the Year Of Polar Prediction Special Observing Period (austral summer 2018-2019). A post-season analysis of these forecasts can be read in the document ' Assessment of summer 2018- 2019 sea-ice forecast for the Southern Ocean
On 13-15 May 2019, the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO will convene the 1st Global Planning Meeting in preparation for the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. The meeting will take place in Copenhaguen, Denmark, hosted by the National Museum of Denmark.
Recently, the Sea Ice Prediction Network-SOUTH (SIPN-South) project has collected seasonal forecasts of Antarctic sea ice aligned with the Year Of Polar Prediction Special Observing Period (austral summer 2018-2019).
Meeting: EGU General Assembly 2019
Venue: Vienna, Austria
Session Title: Changes in the Arctic Ocean, sea ice and subarctic seas systems: Observations, Models and Perspectives
Convener: Yevgeny Aksenov
Co-conveners: Paul A. Dodd , Craig Lee , Benjamin Rabe , Julienne Stroeve
Workshop: International Glaciology Society (IGS), Sea Ice Symposium
Venue: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Session Ttile: Sea ice, ocean and climate connections in the Northern Oceans and the Southern Oceans
Given that the co-locations of the paleo-simulations and future projections is a novelty in CMIP5, the successful use of this kind of information does not have much of a track record. Thus a workshop whose aims are to a) ensure that the community is aware of how suitable techniques should be assessed right from the start, b) highlight the rich range of possible analyses, and c) produce timely and informative summaries of the state of these analyses, is both welcome and necessary.
This poster was put together for the WGCM workshop.