All Announcements

2018

September 2018

Daily summaries from the subseasonal to decadal conference

Over 300 scientists kicked off the International Conferences on Subseasonal to Decadal Prediction with the latest research results from the weather and climate community. Read the daily summaries for a few highlights from the meeting. 

September 2018

Live stream the International Subseasonal to Decadal Prediction Conference

If you are unable to join in person, the International Conferences on Subseasonal to Decadal Prediction will be live streamed. The meetings will take place from September 17–21, with concurrent sessions on subseasonal to seasonal (S2S) and season to decadal (S2D) prediction themes. 

September 2018

Call for new US CLIVAR working groups

Requests are now being accepted for up to one new US CLIVAR-sponsored working group for 2019. Submissions are encouraged from the US climate science community. All documents must be submitted by October 12, 2018. The next call for working groups will be in September 2019.

August 2018

Project Office welcomes Jeff Becker

Jeff Becker joined the US CLIVAR Project Office in June 2018 as the new meetings manager. Jeff brings over fifteen years of experience in managing meetings and events for trade associations and is excited to work with our community. 

August 2018

Ocean Carbon Hot Spots workshop report

The Ocean Carbon Hot Spots workshop brought together the research community studying western boundary current regions to discuss gaps in understanding, observing and modeling challenges, and newly available tools. This report synthesizes the workshop and identifies recommendations for next steps. 

August 2018

Variations, Summer 2018: Uncertainty in climate projections

Uncertainty is an inherent part of science and is fundamental to scientific progress. The articles in this edition shed light on some ways in which uncertainties in climate projections can be assessed, managed, and communicated.

August 2018

Fall 2018 call for US CLIVAR-supported workshops

Requests are now being accepted for US CLIVAR-sponsored workshops. Submissions are encouraged from the US climate science community and their collaborators. All documents must be submitted by September 28. The next call for workshops will be in spring 2019. 

August 2018

NOAA's funding opportunity includes Climate Process Teams

In FY 2019, the NOAA CVP and MAPP programs are coordinating to invest in a new set of Climate Process Teams, in partnership with other Federal agencies. Letters of intent are due September 10, and full proposals are due November 20. 

August 2018

Webinar Sept. 6 on uncertainty in climate projections

Join us on September 6 for a webinar on the upcoming edition of Variations on the topic of uncertainty in climate projections, featuring authors of the articles. 

August 2018

AMOC meeting presentations online

The 2018 International AMOC Science Meeting drew over 100 scientists working on overturning circulation research and its influence on weather, climate, and ecosystems. Oral and poster presentations from the meeting are available online. 

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