In early 2022, US CLIVAR, through sponsorship by NASA, NOAA, NSF, and ONR, initiated a one-year study group of scientists with expertise spanning physical oceanography and atmospheric science, observations and modeling, to determine a well-defined strategy and observing system requirements to advance observing and modeling of the air-sea transition zone at all scales for harnessing Earth system predictability. Join us at Fall AGU 2022 to preview the draft of the strategy and provide feedback!
The Air-Sea Interactions Working Group will be hosting four sessions at Fall AGU 2022. Over two oral and two poster sessions, presentations will be given on ocean-atmosphere interactions mediated by oceanic mesoscale and submesoscale variability and its influences on Earth's climate system.
Requests are now being accepted for new US CLIVAR-sponsored Working Groups starting in early 2023. Submissions are encouraged from the US climate science community. All documents must be submitted by November 4, 2022. The next call for working groups will be in September 2023.
Submit an abstract for an oral or poster presentation by March 18 and May 27 respectively. The workshop will bring together the observational and modeling communities working on the Gulf Stream.
Submit your abstract for an oral or poster presentation at the 2022 US AMOC Science Team Meeting. Deadline for submissions is March 4, 2022.
Submit your abstract for a poster presentation at the 2022 Pattern Effect Workshop. Deadline for submissions is March 4, 2022.
Lisa Goddard, former Director of the Columbia University International Research Institute for Climate and Society, passed away on January 13. We take this opportunity to share and honor her many impactful contributions to the US CLIVAR Program.
Submit your abstract for a poster presentation at the 2022 Workshop on Future US Earth System Reanalysis. Deadline for submissions is February 4, 2022.
Requests are now being accepted for US CLIVAR-sponsored workshops. Submissions are encouraged from the US climate science community and collaborators. All documents must be submitted by April 29. The next call for workshops will be in fall 2022.
The latest edition of Variations features five articles on improving the value of climate data and models for assessing climate impacts and informing decisions. The invited authors present opportunities for climate scientists to understand the diverse ways in which climate model output is conceptualized and put to use by those in other fields. Join them on January 20 at 1pm ET for presentations and discussion of their articles.