The Tropical Atlantic Observing System (TAOS) review has been organized by the CLIVAR ARP in close cooperation with the PIRATA consortium. The review is intended to evaluate scientific progress since the last review and recommend actions to advance sustained observing efforts in the tropical Atlantic.
The 25th Session of the CLIVAR Scientific Steering Group was held at the Carte Hotel San Diego Downtown in San Diego CA, USA from 15th to 16th February 2020.
The Fourth Session of CLIVAR/GEWEX Monsoon Panel was held on 14th December 2019, at San Francisco, Ca (USA).
The 14th Session of CLIVAR Pacific Region Panel (PRP) took place on 19 October 2019, in Victoria, Canada, alongside the 2019 PICES Annual Meeting.
The 2019 meeting of the WCRP Grand Challenge on Regional Sea Level and Coastal Impacts was held over four days, with the first two days focused on the links between science and coastal climate services. The workshop, which was organized in association with IOC/GLOSS, WMO and CLIVAR focused on stimulating the uptake of coastal climate services, how they support present days and future coastal resilience, and making recommendations as to the best way forward.
Scientists from China, USA and Italy recently gathered in the city Hangzhou, which is well known for her beautiful West Lake as the Paradise on Earth, to convene the "Lakeside" brainstorming with the vision to promote the Indian Ocean science, on Nov. 24-25, 2019, with the kind host by Prof. In-Sik Kang and his newly affiliated Indian Ocean Center at the Second Institute of Oceanography (SIO) of Ministry of Natural Resources. The Agenda of the 2-day workshop is presented in Annex 1; the list of participants is shown in Annex 2.